How many do you have? One? Two?
What if the director asks to see something else?
"Dramadey" (poignant yet funny)
High Comedy (quicker tempo)
Shakespearean -- a clear and immediately applicable approach.
Are any of them in a dialect? (see "Dialect" above)
I will select THREE to fit your "type" -- $25.00
About your Instructor:
FOR ACTORS & NON-ACTORS
Techniques you may not have learned in acting school.
$25.00 per 50 minutes session-- 4th Lesson FREE
"WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU GET THE SCRIPT"
(510) 459-8264 DramaTeacherDelrayBeach@gmail.com
MFA Carnegie Mellon
MA San Francisco State
HB Studio, NYC
Society of Stage Directors & Choreographers
American Theatre Critics Association
San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle
Former instructor at City College of San Francisco,
Carnegie Mellon University, Los Medanos College,
private group classes San Francisco and New Orleans.
Dramatic works: “Cheaters,” “Horses,” “Drinking Buddies,” and Blood Tango the Musical.
Theatre Critic for BerkelyDailyPlanet.com Berkeley, California Search “Eye from the Aisle”
Dialects may actually be learned more efficiently face-to-face via the Internet.
Though I teach many accents, and can help you
with the one you immediately need...
THE FIRST ONE TO LEARN
from which you will get the most mileage is
CONSIDER ALL THE PLAYS THAT REQUIRE BRITISH RECEIVED:
The plays of George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, Caryl Churchill, David Hare, Noel Coward, Michael Frayn, Harold Pinter, Tom Stoppard, (Maybe even Shakespeare?)
Techniques you may not have learned in acting school:
•The Given Circumstances
•The Diary $25.00 per 50-minute session -- 4th Lesson FREE
Besides giving you an all-important skill for your acting future, it also will instill other much-needed qualities:
--the ability to emphasize the important words so the message is not lost,
--to speak more quickly and still be understood,
--enhance your articulation as few other exercises can.
The “Received” has benefits that translate easily to Standard American:
--a wider range of inflection.
--much more understandable to the audience.
--Translatable into an accent without the “posh.”
90 seconds to get the part!
It’s good to be prepared.
Bring any ~ 90-sec. memorized modern monologue.
•Analyze: character, given circumstance, beats, tone.
•Let the subtext lead you to find the right gestures and inflections to express the character.
•Specific direction on your monologue from a pro.
•Learn tactics to attack the ever-daunting “Cold Read.”
•“What a Director Looks For."
MORE PRIVATE LESSONS LISTED BELOW
DRAMA TEACHER DELRAY BEACH
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DIALECTS: "Double your chances of getting cast"