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On-Camera

Students will learn what adjustments actors need to make in order to perform in front of a camera. Scenes will be presented and reshot for analysis. Exercises will be performed to help actors get used to the technical differences of acting for the camera. Actors will learn what life on a set is truly like. Everything from reading a call sheet, hitting a mark, and the intense preparation needed to work in film and television will be discussed.

On-Camera Acting is meant to give students a wide range of tools, so they can confidently walk onto a set and be ready to perform with the same comfort level as they walk onto a stage.

CURRICULUM

On-Camera Acting I: An introduction to the basic principles of professional on-camera acting for film and television. Students will get a chance to work on monologues and reaction scenes, while also learning about the technical basics of working on a film or television set.

Advanced On-Camera Acting: A continuation of On-Camera I, Advanced On-Camera Acting will give the students a chance to explore scene work, cold readings, and technical exercises to heighten their awareness and hone their skills in front of a camera.

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