I work both one-on-one or with a group on a script of your choice (can provide one if needed) to those of all backgrounds and levels to go through the process of actually LIVING the scene. I customize the techniques and methods used depending on how you are naturally within the scene. This will be a scene study aimed to make it all feel as real as possible as if this is truly happening to you. So taking bits and pieces from all my own training and experience, I reinforce with some script analysis emphasising REACTIVE improvisation and spontaneity connecting your real life experience for emotional depth. This will not only help in applying to your work, but I can guarantee you will improve your confidence as an actor AND you as a person in everyday life as well. Basically, I teach that there is no "acting", as a good scene is one that is connected and authentic. Coming from studying a variety of different methods, I have found what works for me to continuously be booking and would love to offer that gift to those who are ready to be truly honest with themselves.
Feel free to call or text me a message with any questions and I will get back to you 646-262-8396
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Originally from Australia, Harry Hains is an international up-and-coming actor living in Los Angeles that has appeared in a large variety of projects including TV shows, "The OA", "The Deleted" and "American Horror Story", an eclectic mix of feature films such as lead roles in "The Surface", "A Haunting at Silver Falls II", "Groupies" and "Hallucinogen" and many other supporting roles as well as pilots and short films such as award-winning short films "Lulu" and "Moon People." He is currently studying advanced level improv at The Groundlings School and previously studied with Margie Haber (Master Class & Advanced), Ivana Chubbuck School (Advanced), Upright Citizens Brigade (improv) and UCLA Film Extension. Also studied in New York City at The Barrow Group, London at The Actor's Centre and in Melbourne at 16th Street, The National Theatre, and St Martin's Youth Theatre. While primarily privately teaching students using a variety of techniques to prepare actors for auditions or improving connection to script and "character", he has also been involved in teaching workshops at rehabilitation centres using scene study as a therapeutical tool for recovering addicts.
Brilliant! He made me connect to myself more than anyone ever has.
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