As a working professional actor and director I have taken my Masters and Bachelors in Acting and combined it with my working knowledge of psychology to create a unique and adaptable method based on the latest learning growth techniques.
Recent credits include 2016 Houston Shakespeare Festival, King of France in "Henry V" and Stages Rep Theatre Mickey Deans in "End of the Rainbow"
Flow. It's a psychology term to describe getting engrossed in the moment, being challenged, yet having the skills to master the challenge. Time stands still and energy and consciousness is at its peak. Only when acting or directing can I get that buzz.
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First I require a monologue, it can be from a movie, a play...anything, to assess the student's level of proficiency. This allows me to personalize my method.
Masters from Royal Conservatory of Scotland and Bachelors from Abilene Christian University.
$60 a lesson online. $80 in studio. 45 min sessions.
While earning my Masters and working as an actor I was often asked to do workshops and private lessons from those who have seen my performances.
Generally students who have some basic skills and are interested in pursuing acting seriously. Usually high school or above.
I just finished shooting a commercial with a well know star (once it's released I'll disclose more) but he was a class act and the whole crew and creative team were fun, profesh and proficient. Acting is all about the people you work across from and I'm fortunate to have worked with some great people.
George Bernard Shaw said in Man and Superman "There are those who do and those who teach." And in acting if your teacher doesn't act and do it well at a high level, you will be joining them as an underskilled, out of practice and work actor.
Why do you want to take these lessons? Do you want to be a star, gain confidence or just pursue the noble profession of acting for the sake of it? In acting motivation is everything.