I believe that for productive creative work, the artist needs to first feel comfortable and supported in the space. In acting, the body and voice need to be free so the internal work can be expressed.
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.
I love getting to know people and then bringing out the best in them. Very often people would love to be on stage but feel like they are not confident enough. This is my best challenge - finding the key to confidence and bringing that out. I have so many wonderful experiences and methods to use to help you grow as an actor, performer and musical artist.
Intent on cultivating and maintaining a safe environment in which creativity and self-expression can flow. I offer workshops and tutoring in the following areas: - Basic actor training - Movement development - Non-verbal communication - Ensemble Work - Writing - Devising - Making your own work - Audition Preparation Training can be tailored to your needs.
My teaching method is highly student centered and allows space to focus directly where the student operates at using strategies which cater to their specific learning needs. My experience is in teaching students at a K-6 level but am fully capable of teaching students from years 7-10.
A large portion of being a good performer is learning about yourself: what makes you remember lines best; or what acting method draws out your best performance. My aim is to work with you to identify your particular style.
My teaching method is more Meisner than Stanislavsky. I however believe there is a place for both and both can work well with each other. I give lessons to anyone who requires them, as long as you can speak English! I am extremely friendly as well as having an big passion for Improvisation. Lessons will be informal and will be tailored to what you require.
I trained as an actor at Bristol Old Vic, and since graduating have toured the UK three times with new writing and puppetry shows. I have a strong interest in classical writing and Shakespeare, and can regularly be found watching shows of all genres all over London. I'm interested in students of all ages who want to develop their technique, work out an acting problem or try something new.
You will learn about theater based on the game, we will see techniques such as improvisation, emergency theater. The idea is that at the end of the course, you can do works that act for yourself, of the themes and genres that you like the most.
The teaching method that I apply is an interactive method. Participants are given a stimulus in their development. The creativity of the participants is not limited to the features of education that are not in accordance with him. Of course with directives and some required reading and learning media that are effective and efficient.
I work chronologically highlighting historical context, ethical discourse, and the importance of Revisionist approaches to modern design practices across disciplines. Through research, practical exploration and further reading, students will gain insight into theatre design, ethical approaches and Scenographic practice techniques.
My teaching method is through fun and experimentation. I begin with a thorough physical warm-up and teach physical techniques such as mime. Using these initial techniques I lead students through exercises and improvisations towards a final devised performance. I find this technique gives a thorough understanding of the topic and builds confidence and skill in a short time.
I believe in teaching to your particular learning style. While more of my classes are kinesthetic or "hands on", I tend to adapt my methodology based on how my students learn. The activities and lessons I provide allow for all types of learning.
Online Lessons via Skype or at home will allow for an hour lesson either weekly, monthly or to a time which suits the student /parents needs. These lessons prepare and teach vocal sessions and acting lessons. All lessons come with homework and hand outs to practice in your own time along with a warm up a main exercise and a cool down activity which makes up the perfect lesson plan.
I want to see where you are at with your acting and where you want to go. We'll lay out your goals, then make a plan on how to pursue them. Then, with each webcam session we'll try to conquer what your trying to achieve whether it is doing your best in a monologue or trying to master a role for an upcoming play.
I am interested in treating students as individual artists with inherent wisdom. I am simply a facilitator who can bring an experienced perspective to your work and give you the tools and exercises to deepen that work. I have coached actors and non-actors to prepare for auditions, shows, presentations and many other performative events.
Hi , My method of teaching is based on the theatrical games and creation of the characters through theatrical rituals, role play, improvisation, comedy, stand up and also teach to act in front of cameras for movies and tv! wait for you guys! bye bye
I like to start with some excercises to build your confidence. From there, we can look at what you want to achieve - perhaps nailing an audition or simply dedicating a couple of hours a week to what you love.
I work with students of all levels of performance experience.
Ornella Bonventre is an Italian theater director, teacher and actress offering private lessons in Paris to perfect the technique of experienced actors. She teaches in English or Italian. Ornella studied at the Scuola Europea di Teatro Cinema e Scrittura and she has extensive international experience, notably with Renzo Casali and her Communa Baires and also with the Grotowski Institute in Poland.
Acting and playing guitar are both creative and meant to be enjoyable for whoever is involved. I focus on the children enjoying this and not necessarily doing grades unless they want to and instead performing for themselves and family. I began my own lessons with guitar and I struggled to keep interest in the grade approach.
I have graduated Masters in Theatre for Young Audiences in Bath Spa University. With those lessons I will teach children how to create a puppet of scratch materials and how to regulate their breathing which would help their concentration.
I have recently completed a Foundation course in Acting at the Arts Educational Schools London as well as the National Youth Theatre and I am now going to Study BA Acting at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. My teaching style is engaging, I listen to the students needs and way of learning and I adapt my teaching styles to the individual.
The basis of my teaching orbits the ideas and of practitioners such as Uta Hagen, Konstantin Stanislavsky, Jean Benedetti, Bella Merlin, Jacque LeCoq, Kristin Linklater and Rudolf Laban, as well as many other influences. The tutorials I offer are ones designed to develop skills in the following three areas: 1).
My teaching method starts by discovering the needs of the students so that they can work on them, and level their skills. I perform physical, mental, games and group readings as an introduction to a theatrical montage. To develop the class, the most important thing is the attitude and disposition to find your inner artist.
I teach dramatic arts from GCSE to A-level - or just for fun! I also offer lessons in digital photography, film production and analysis, and English language/literature and creative writing from primary school to A-level.
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