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Audition Coaching: Private Session
learners per class
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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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The class will teach young actors how to use the camera in the most effective way possible. Most actors begin their careers in theatre, we will start by breaking down the major differences in performing on stage versus working on film. Students will learn four key acting principles to performing on-camera, including how to use your eyes (the most powerful tool in a film actor's arsenal) to pull in your audience and have them feeling for and with you. We'll breakdown real audition sides beat...
Students will learn the differences between acting in theatre and acting in film. We will identify the four key principles to creating engrossing on-camera performances, discover the most powerful tools a film actor has in their arsenal, and breakdown real audition sides to find the helpful hints that writer's have left there for us.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hello, My name is Jamison Haase. I have been a professional actor for nearly 30 years, and have been living and working in Los Angeles for more than 22. I started acting however, as a teenager in small town Minnesota. My first few years in the...