WHEN: Option of 4 or 8 weeks
GROUP 01: 1, 8, 15 & 22 June
GROUP 03: 29 June, 6, 13 & 20 July
GROUP 02: 3, 10, 17 June & 1 July
(No class on 24 June)
GROUP 04: 8, 15, 22 & 29 July
(Please note that you should be in the studio 45 minutes before the class starts to do the antigen test with the nurse)
PRICE FOR 4 WEEKS :
240€ New Students
220€ Returning Students
PRICE FOR 8 WEEKS :
440€ New Students
400€ Returning Students
This price includes the cost of the course and the Covid test with a nurse before each class.
New Acting in English groups adapted to COVID restrictions
Everyone will undergo an antigen test before each class: A qualified nurse will come to the studio to perform a quick COVID test (results available within 10 minutes) for all the students before the class begins. This would allow us to carry out the entire class without face masks, as if it were a real shoot.
A course in English aimed towards actors and advanced drama students who want to participate in English-speaking projects. The number of English language productions has increased in the past years, so it’s time to improve your level! This practical course will help you to improve your English and gain the necessary confidence to act in front of the camera.
4-8 WEEK COURSE: Acting in English has traditionally been an 8 week class but we have adapted the format to last 4 weeks (with the option to continue).
STUDIO PROTOCOLS: We have implemented strict safety protocols at the studio in response to the current pandemic situation.
STAYING SAFE IS OUR TOP PRIORITY: Reduced groups. Temperature control. Hand sanitizer. Daily disinfection & cleaning
With Casting Director Luci Lenox and Casting Associate Mike Cater.
- Selected scenes based on the student’s profile and level of English.
- Presentation and interview skills in English.
- Online access to all the recorded material sent weekly.
NOTE: PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THIS COURSE IS TAUGHT ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.
Luci Lenox is a well established casting director. She has cast over 100 productions. She has always combined her career between working on international high budget co-productions with independent films. She is well-known for working with first time directors as well as established names like Woody Allen, Tom Twyker, Isabel Coixet, Ventura Pons, Alex de la Iglesia, Tom Kalin, Marc Forster, Mabrouk El-Mechri, Maria Ripoll and J.A Bayona.
Recent credits include “Baby” directed by Juanma Bajo Ulloa which is just about to hit the festival circuit and “The Head” an HBO TV series (a Spanish/Japanese co-production) with an amazing Pan-European cast. She has also worked on upcoming series like "Warrior Nun" for Netflix/Reality Distortion Field and the newest season of popular sci-fi fantasy "Westworld".
She cast the lead in Sebastian Schipper's feature “Victoria”, one of Europe’s recent most successful low-budget independent films. She was on the board of CSA Europe for two years and was the head of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee in Europe. She has worked with a myriad of studios and production companies that include Netflix, Fox, Paramount, ABC, Disney, NBC, Summit, MediaPro, HBO, Crackle (Sony), Starz!, Shondaland, NBC, YoutubeRed, Amazon Studios, as well as a number of independent producers. Feature film projects that she has cast have collectively won over 200 awards at film festivals around the world.
She founded Frank Stein Studio in 2012 which is a leading training centre for professional actors and which has been the launching pad for many successful careers.
Born and raised just outside of London, Mike began working as an casting associate to Luci Lenox in 2017, co-ordinating the TV & film department at Frank Stein Studio. Together they have worked on numerous projects, most recently films and series for HBO, Netflix, Amazon & Showtime. He studied English & Spanish at Royal Holloway, University of London. On graduating, he worked consistently in talent management and worked at a top London agency for 4 years before making the move to Barcelona.
Mike's wealth of experience in management, casting and English language teaching has given him a wider perspective of an actor's potential and a strong ability to assess what an actor should improve upon to succeed.