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Posted by admin, April 20, 2011 4:27 pm

Enjoy your day off !  Have a great Spring Break!

Posted by admin, 4:10 pm

1. Pick a quiet space that has little to no back ground noise. TVs, fans, running water and air conditioning distract the viewer when heard in the background.

2. The wall behind you should be white or blue.

3. Position yourself a few feet away from the wall to avoid casting shadows.

4. Be sure you are lit well so that the viewer can clearly see your face and eyes.

5. Record a test sample. Check it on your computer. Make sure that you can clearly see and hear yourself.  Remember if you can’t see or hear yourself, neither can the Casting Director.

6. The camera should be on a tripod to keep the frame steady.  If you don’t have a tripod, use a stable surface.

7. Before shooting the scene, do your homework, ask the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting.

8. Record all your rehearsals. Your rehearsals may be your best takes!

Please leave a comment.  Let us know how this helps and if you have any great ideas to add.

 

Posted by admin, April 12, 2011 3:10 pm
  • Tuesdays 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • May 3, 2011  to June 7, 2011
  • Class Size Limited to 10 students.
  • Opportunity to meet Special Industry Guests: Casting Director Bonnie Gillespie & Reign Talent Agency
  • Location: Historic Lankershim Art Center (North Hollywood)
  • Pre-Requisite:  Interview Required.

TO ENROLL:  Call 818-985-8504 or Email: Loren@IntentionalActing.com to set up your Interview today.

Students are introduced and apply the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting, proper slating and being able to speak about themselves comfortably. Your child will also become familiar with set and audition terminology.

This engaging and fun class gives a solid foundation of knowledge and skill while building confidence and getting rid of nervous habits.

Material for the class includes, but is not limited to, commercials, monologues and simple, age appropriate, scenes. The environment is positive, supportive, intimate, and honest. If you and your child are serious about a career in acting Intentional Acting for Beginning Actors is where it all starts.


 

Posted by admin, 3:07 pm

Focuses on learning and applying the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting with script analysis, cold reading, audition skills, and scene study.

The class will give you a foundation of knowledge and skill while beginning to get rid of the nervous habits that keep that “Zone” performance from flowing through.

Classes begin with a fifteen minute warm up which connects you to your greatest resource – you.  Based in Alexander and Linklater Voice Technique, this warm-up creates “Presence” and “Star Quality” and teaches you how to “Own the Room,” and bring yourself to the role. This class is kept to an intimate setting so that all actors perform at least two times a class.

  • Tuesdays 7 to 10pm
  • Location: Historic Lankershim Art Center (North Hollywood)
  • Class Size Limited to 12 students
  • Pre-Requisite: Interview with Loren

 

Posted by admin, 3:04 pm

Enjoy your day off!   Happy Holidays!

Posted by admin, 2:41 pm
  • Saturdays 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
  • April 16, 2011  to June 11, 2011
  • Class Size Limited to 10 students.  ONLY 3 SPACES LEFT!
  • Special Industry Guests: Casting Director Bonnie Gillespie & Reign Talent Agency
  • Location: Historic Lankershim Art Center (North Hollywood)
  • Pre-Requisite: Must have an Agent or Manager and/or Interview Required.

TO ENROLL:  Call 818-985-8504 or Email: Loren@IntentionalActing.com to set up your Interview today.

This career defining class is for teen actors ages 12 to 17 who have representation and are committed to their craft of acting.

Intentional Acting’s advanced class uses the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting in every aspect of acting: from cold readings, auditioning, monologues and dramatic and comedic scenes. Actors will master the script analysis to find every clue in the script needed to book the job.

Advanced improvisation techniques are used to create more personal and honest performances. Sections of this class include On Camera Audition and Acting Technique.


 

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