ALL CLASSES are currently online via Zoom
To attend a class, you will need to first visit zoom.us and install the application. You will also need to request a zoom meeting link and password for that class. Once you have registered and paid for classes credits here, email firstname.lastname@example.org for a link and password.
ONLINE Mondays and Thursdays (Ages 9+) with Instructor John D’Aquino
Mondays and Thursday 4:00-6:00pm
From the audition to performing on set, this class prepares actors for a professional career. Lesson plans range from character prep, script analysis, adjusting performance to specific genres, and many more.
SINGING FOR THE ACTOR with Instructor Laura Jensen
(ages 9+) – Mondays, 3:00-4:30pm
What is vocal range? What is vocal endurance? Why is the location and “placement” of your voice important? Can your voice change over time? From Glee to My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and the television version of High School Musical, there have never been more roles for an actor who can sing. Singing is an important tool in an actor’s skill set but many lack the knowledge or confidence to get in front of the camera and deliver a stellar performance. SINGING FOR ACTORS will help develop singing skills as an actor, instilling confidence and making actors even more marketable to casting directors.
VOICE OVER (ages 9+) with Instructor Shane Brady
Are you missing out on voiceover work? This class will focus on auditions you will submit from your home recording setup while helping students learn the tools needed to book everything from animation to commercial work. Topics include fast talk, diction, and enunciation. This class is led by Shane Brady. Shane is a voice over artist with credits from McDonalds and Staples, all the way to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Seige.