TheatresCool Introduces: Acting for the Camera!
Fall 2012 NEW Class Registration
Acting for the Camera
Students will learn techniques for acting for the camera and how it differs from stage acting. Students will also learn the basics of how the film, TV and commercial industry operate. Each week, students will participate in a wide variety of acting exercises, games and camera interactions leading up to a filmed project at the end of 10 weeks. This will be the first of a three-part program in filmmaking and on camera acting. Classes will only be offered in order, once per term.
Demo Reel: is the video equivalent of an artist’s portfolio. It is typically used as a tool to promote an artist’s skill, talent, and experience in a selected field, such as acting or directing.
Students will not only learn to work with the camera as an actor, but walk away with important tools to help market themselves in the industry! Over the length of these courses, students will have monologues and scenes to promote their skills as actors!
Fall 2012 Film Project: HD Digital Recording of prepared audition monologues (drama/comedy)
The goals for this class are to prepare students to undertake work in the film/tv/commercial industry as actors. Specifically:
- On camera acting and how it differs from stage acting
- How the film/tv/commercial industry operates as a whole
- What these industries are looking for from actors
- Get prepared to audition for on camera work
FALL 2012 ACTING FOR THE CAMERA SCHEDULE
Tuesdays, beginning September 25th
Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts
600 North East Street Bloomington, IL 61701
Kids 8-12: 4:30pm-6:00pm
Teens 13-17: 6:00pm-7:30pm
Adults 18+: 8:00pm-10:00pm
Prospective students can enroll at any time for the next available session. Each session is ten weeks long and costs $250. There is a $25 registration fee for each class.
To complete your registration:
1. Print, complete and bring your enrollment form to the first day of class.
2. Use PayPal to submit your registration fee: