First and most importantly is the style of actor you want to be, once we go from there we can build on that idea. I have been in a great variety of productions and have had to practice many different acting styles from children's theater to Shakespeare, knowing when to be comedic and how much comedy is needed at the given moment and when to be dramatic.
My style of teaching changes depending on the age, groups size and individual(s). Different things work for different students and different students will require different outcomes. My formalised experience is primarily with High School students but I have worked with younger students on a volunteer basis.
I work collaboratively with students, focusing on a teacher-led interactive methodology that prioritizes process driven character development, internalization, physicality and developing a strong understanding of creative practitioners and cultural theory.
I I believe that theater arts is an expression of our creativity of our own minds and hearts and it is the very root of our ability to learn and to become whatever may be. To me, theater is the process of new combinations for new things, new forms of expression, new inventions and new situations.
When I teach and/or tutor any subject the first thing I find out is what the student/students actually know and can already do. The next step is to focus on understanding the questions they are required to answer. Then we build on prior knowledge, explore the topic and follow a plan to complete the required tasks/assignments.
Any teaching methods I present are based off what I have gone through and either works for me, or I feel will work for a student. However, what I do with them is based off what I think they need to work on, or what they ask to work on.
Hello! My name is Jaymee and I graduated Year 12 last year. I took Drama last year and have experience in working with others. I base my classes around how the child learns best! It's up to you how we learn, if you learn better by getting up and doing activities then that is what we will do.
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Will go over scene work, and how to analyse a script. Can be flexible on lesson structure. So either a new script every lesson or perfecting one. Will also part knowledge regarding voice warm ups and techniques to get into character. Will also go over audition techniques and lessons.
My teaching method is mainly based on the 'Eric Morris technique' (the method I trained in for three years). I also touch on Meisner, Mamet, Stanislavski and Brecht, however, as a creative person I believe it is vital to explore contrasting approaches and in doing so, discover our own unique process that works for us. Together, we'll take a scene and explore it from all angles.
I cover a range of acting, voice and movement methods based on your learning needs. Lessons to fit any level are both fun and challenging.
Performance Mime.Contemperory and Classical. Butoh Dance and Movement. Singing. Character. Make Up. Costumes. ,Mask, Yoga. Meditation. Pierrot Style Mime. Mime tells a story without words. Butoh works with a Spiritual Energy and Flow and has no discipline or form and eveolves into what it becomes.
Happy to go through practical or written work with you, will base the classes on what you are looking to improve
I base my classes on Method Acting, which in my opinion is the most effective way to give the best performance you can.
Miesner, Stella Alden, Constantin Stanislavski and much more.
My number one focus point is encouragement; I am committed to making sure a student knows when their efforts are valued and encouraging them to excel while making sure to celebrate their successes. Flexibility and patience are also important to me: I love finding the right way to explain a particular concept to an individual student as each student learns differently.
My teaching methodology revolves significantly around physicality, and hands on practice. I ensure that students have the chance to ask as many questions as they feel necessary, and my door is always open to enquires.
My teaching methods are including experimental and artistic theories. I base my classes on basic principles of acting. I approach topic by different art disciplines like cinema, photography, literature, philosophy, psychology, performance art, writing,acting etc.
I specialise In encouraging performance confidence, vocal techniques, audition prep, character development, character physicalisation, playwright and text research, movement and body work. I can offer singing performance lessons and general advice and guidance for actors wanting to enter the industry.
Humour mixed with practice and theory is my method. It prevents soap opera acting while using irony and imagination to colour the subtext. Research, observation and especially in film work, continuity brings more depth into the character and it is also beneficial in the real world (what ever that is).
My approach to acting is visual and physical, I use illustrations, music and movement when working to solidify a character.
I base my teaching philosophy as hands on.
Passion, Kindness, Genuine Integrity for the hard work required and ..
My teaching method is very out there and interactive. They are actors in the making so personal contact is a must.
Learn to share your Knowledge, at a point it comes back with double bouncing speed and stretch.
My teaching method is simple. I make people feel the pain, sorrow, happiness according to character and give advices which help them to get into another character easily.
I am a student centred teacher and work a lot with creating depth and meaning for performers. This means we could be studying scripts, writing, working on characters or creating meaningful work through physical warm ups and improvisations.
My teaching method is letting the kids have fun while learning at the same time.
I approach the class with self awareness and using energy in voice and physical expression. Becoming aware of our own feelings and getting into another character is about focus and imagination. Tapping into our imagination requires physical and psychological clarity to enable a robust and sensitive engagement with our character.
My approach to acting is no nonsense, down to earth and practical. I believe there are no secrets, only good principles. For most actors it's about being reminded of what they already know, and working with people to keep them moving forward.
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