For decades I’ve acted professionally on stage, screen & television. And both taught acting and directed a number of award winning films. You will develop the confidence and skills to work on set and light up the room in auditions. On IMDb: https://pro.imdb.com/name/nm2673735/?ref_=instant_nm_1&q=Melody%20brooke
Having the opportunity to see lights go on and confidence develop as skills improve
Michael and Melody are film makers who are sharing their experience, from both behind and in front of the camera. Their workshop simulates being on a set. Excellent instruction for both newcomers and those who have previous experience on a set.
Provide them with appropriate sides or monologue s, then give them time to memorize. Create a comfortable and open environment to work on camera with two cameras capturing each side of the scene. Give direction and run it again, after reviewIng the footage. Record again and discuss what worked and allow them to experience what they see on camera.
my undergraduate degree is in Theater, and I’ve trained with some of the best acting coaches and directors in the industry.
I’ve coached newbies, intermediate and expert actors giving them new insights into character Tandy on camera techniques
check out different coaches - never dedicate yourself to only one approach
are they both direct and patient? Do they take your level of experience into consideration & respect you for where you are st? Just being an actor isn’t enough- do they have coacheing it directing experience?