The classes are taught by a Director/Screenwriter/Producer/Actor; who has written and directed three feature films.
The students (ages 12 and up) are taugt from the many perspectives of filmmaking. The class teaches the students how to interact with a director on set, as well as understand the perspective and intention of the writer. In other words: To be great story-tellers.
Multiple Acting techniques such as: Meisner, Adler, Hagen, and Strasberg!
These classes also include live set experience, through being cast in a short film.
For more information, see our website: www. Break-through-acting.com
In creating reels for actors, we have had the pleasure of seeing actors cast in lead roles in film and television.
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The student will complete the registration and personal data form to get to know each student's background.
I would like to really get to know each student, in order to customize a program just for them. Every actor is different. They have very distinct talents and gifts.
Cynthia is an award-winning writer, producer, and director. She began studying acting over 35 years ago. After studying acting in LA, her love for the arts expanded to writing, directing and producting.
Cindy has written and directed five theatre productions, and three feature films, for which she has won multiple awards for directing, writing, and producing.
She is currently a candidate for a Masters Degree in Film Arts and Television at Regent University; with an emphasis on script-writing.
Zoom Acting Class:
$45 - per 45 minute session
to include warm-up exercises; various acting techniques; working with script sides; performing monologues; and acting on camera.
I have always been an "actor's director" on set. My passion has always been to get the best performance possible from the actor, but also to impart the revelation and process of story-telling, through powerful acting.
In class and on set, I have worked with novices to very experienced actors who already have professional acting careers established.
Our first film, THE BASEMENT, was particularly gratifying, in that most of the people involved were novices. The performances from these people was greater than we ever expected. Some went on to win acting awards, and have gone on to professional acting careers.
You get what you put into anything you do. Keep the passion going by study, consistency, and discipline. Rejection is a part of being an actor. Don't give up, and continue to sharpen the gift that has been given to you.
The first question is to ask yourself; "why do you want to be actor?"
The answer to this question will give you some insight in what you expect from your instructor/coach.
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