Theme One 18th May -22nd June 2021 (6 weeks)
Theme Two 29th June- 3rd August 2021 (6 weeks)
Theme One £165
Theme Two £165
Both Themes £264
The Courtyard Theatre, 40 Pitfield St, London N1 6EU
HARRISON ROSE In the last 12 months, Harrison has been commissioned to write for screen (Remote Control for Pluck Productions), performed a new play for screen (Gentlemen for East Riding Theatre) and featured in Loitering (released in full in 2021). As well as this, Harrison has performed on UK Tours, on the West End and Internationally, most recently completing a season of Shakespeare – performing as Hamlet. Harrison is also a Playwright who has written for multiple scratch nights before his debut full-length play (Fox) was programmed at The Old Red Lion Theatre in London in 2017 He trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the MA acting program and is a passionate and dedicated acting coach, putting his professional experience to good use.
Only 12 places due to social distancing.
Enjoy being with people within a Covid Secure and fully risk assessed environment which adheres to current government guidelines!
If any classes have to be cancelled due to COVID-19 you will get a refund for all classes unable to be delivered.
This term’s acting for TV/Film course we will be split in to two themes, focussing on cutting edge TV and looking at classic villains and heroes from movies and television, and performing their best scenes. We’ll investigate what makes these characters great, looking at character motivation and on-screen performance techniques and set up to create our own versions of these iconic scenes. First and foremost this class is about enjoyment and freeing you as an actor so you can climb into the shoes of some of cinema and televisions most iconic characters!
You could either do Theme one, Theme two, or both! Each of the themes have been designed to complement each other so students are encouraged to book both, though it is not compulsory.
There are many disciplines in the world of acting. Among the most challenging and yet rewarding is that of acting on screen. Acting in front of a lens, is a polar shift from treading the boards. The intensity and pressure to perform can feel overwhelming.
“The quality of your acting is dependent on the strength of your listening.” (Alan Rickman).
For the next six weeks we will build up your ‘acting for screen’ technique utilising scenes from Fleabag, I May Destroy you, I Hate Suzie and The Affair tackling both monologues and duologues from each. After an intensive analysis and rehearsal period, you will be guided towards delivering your version of contemporary cutting-edge characters on camera!
Time to build up your ‘acting for screen’ skills and process in order to get inside both troubling and admirable characters. We will be analysing and performing scenes from infamous screen HEROES and VILLAINS. Establishing an understanding of what is required from you when performing a character on a mission.
This course will take place on Tuesdays 6.45pm – 8.45pm, 18th May- 22nd June (Theme One) 29th June-3rd August (Theme Two). ALL profits from this course will go towards Saving the Anna Fiorentini Kids Charity Theatre School.