The number of international productions and co-productions hasn’t stopped increasing in the past two years, and as a direct result, projects that need actors who can speak English. To be cast in an international production, it’s not enough just to know the language, you have to feel comfortable working in English and be able to act in a second language. On this 8-week course, you’ll have the opportunity to improve your English and train as an actor in front of the camera with scenes from different genres, under the supervision of Luci Lenox.
ACCENT TRAINING FOR ACTORS with Stevie Rickard Stevie will lead an intensive two-day (weekend) course which would enable actors to experience immediate pronunciation change and provide them with a framework for their own ongoing development of sustainable change towards clearer, more expressive English for auditions and performance.
KEEPING IT ALIVE AND REAL ON SCREEN with Mel Churcher This is a three-day course exploring what Martin Scorsese calls, ‘the psychic strength of the lens’. You will discover the power of YOU on screen. Mel is a leading acting and voice coach. She also coaches a wide range of professionals from budding newcomers to top film stars , presenters and singers; from top corporate executives and lawyers to rugby union referees.
MASTERCLASS FOR ACTORS WHO WANT TO WORK INTERNATIONALLY with Nancy Bishop The Bishop technique is a proven method for screen auditioning and acting. The technique meshes Stanislavskian naturalistic acting with a pragmatic approach to calibrating performance specifically for camera. It identifies specific strategies for both auditioning and playing on screen. An actor learns to use his or her own unique personal energy in creating a believable on screen character.