In the Industry
This class equips the intentional actor with the knowledge to become a working actor in the industry.
Are you interested in signing up for The Working Actor Track at The Actor’s Scene? Check out these videos to see which class is right for you. Coach Leah Merritt breaks down Working Actor Year One and Coach Rick Goins breaks down Working Actor Year Two.
About the Class
Working Actor Year 1 is intended for students who have completed Acting Foundations OR who have agents AND previous ongoing classes elsewhere.
In year 1, emphasis is placed on delving deeper into the audition and on-camera process. Actors learn to break down and analyze scripts and develop an audition “template.” Focus on choosing goals, tactics, and moment before & after are foundational aspects of script analysis. Set knowledge as well as eye acting, continuity, and physicality are also taught in year 1.
Working Actor Year 2 is for those who have already taken Working Track Year 1 or equivalent elsewhere (knowledge of how to break down a script, understanding objectives, goals, tactics, moment before/after, etc.)
Working Actor Year 2 is all about the taped audition! This is a MUST class for any actor based in the Southeast, as 95% of all auditions are completed by tape. The taped audition has become a special skill that is VITAL for every southeast-based actor to master.
This nine-month series focuses on all the details actors have to achieve to present an impressive taped audition. If your tape isn’t professional – in video quality AND acting quality, your audition will likely not move forward. Don’t let that happen to you.
After eight months of weekly practice—how can you NOT be a pro?
If you are a serious actor, you SHOULD take this class.
After the first month, actors will tape every week in class. Each month, a new concept will be introduced and practiced so the actor can master the art of the taped audition.
Working Actor JUNIOR
The program that is perfect for young minds with big dreams!
In Working Actor JUNIOR, students between the ages of 5-8 will have the same concepts of our Working Year curriculum broken down into age appropriate material; presented in a way that develops real working acting skills. Concepts such as eye acting, basic script analysis, and following direction will be practiced through scripts, exercises, and fun games, then honed over time to create a professional mindset that is ready to conquer the industry!
This program is specifically designed to prepare young actors to enter our main working year program at at 9.
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