ActorKlass Acting Approach
Mentorship = if you want to succeed as an actor, then learn from a successful actor.
Three ways to get Mentorship:
- Group Mentorship -Monthly 2-hour seminar. New Mentor every month.
- Group Acting Class -Weekly 2-hour class. Same Mentor.
- One-on-One -1 hour private class. You choose your Mentor: day, time and frequency.
Our Actors learn from successful Working-Actors who each teach their own proven acting techniques and approaches. This 'insider' knowledge of what 'really works' will inspire, educate, and propel our actors to succeed!
Our Mentors focus mainly on the Film and Television Acting Business. We teach our actors how to develop their acting and audition skills so they can get agents and book jobs.
Our Mentors prepare actors of any level, and our classes are active, positive, supportive, confidence building, mentally-emotionally safe (NO method acting) and collaborative with scene-work and knowledge open to discussion among students.
We focus on:
- Listening and reacting -'Repetition exercise'
- The 12 Tools
- Scene-Script Analysis / Sequential Roadmap
- How to memorize your script
- Making choices
- Cold Reading / Audition Technique
- Camera techniques
- On-set protocol
- Taking direction & adjustments
- The Business of Acting (Agents/Casting Directors/Producers) and more!
Well know Acting Techniques and teachers that may be used include:
- Meisner Technique
- Uta Hagen
- Stella Adler
- Alan Vint
- Lee Strasberg
- Michael Chekhov
- Konstantin Stanislavski
Group Mentorship -Class size is unlimited.
Group Acting Class -Size limited to 10 students, so you will work every class and get intimate and personalized training while at the same time learn from watching your acting peers. We learn as much from watching as we do from doing!
One-on-One -Just you & your Mentor of choice.
This is true Mentorship and the revolutionary way to start or advance your career!
*In Group Acting Class it takes 48 Class hours to learn the tools to develop a Solid Acting Technique and in One-on-One Class it takes 24 Class hours. After which it must be exercised, practiced, deepened and fine tuned. Acting is muscle memory, your body needs to learn it. Like going to the gym, ‘use it or you lose it.' Many actors, even the famous ones, never stop training, and/or always consult with a ONE-ON-ONE Mentor to help them prepare for important roles.