Male & Female
About This Course(Online)
Self-taping is the future of auditioning, and the sooner actors learn how to self-tape effectively, the easier it will be for them to land a part. This 3 session course will give students the basic technical knowledge of self-taping (like framing, sound, lighting etc), what to do to prepare before an audition, and tips on how to make their performance stand out.
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Online Course description
Interviewing for a new job is never easy. It is stressful, sometimes nerve-racking; no one likes it. When you are an actor, you are actually ‘interviewing’ quite a few times every month: ‘interviews’ are just called ‘auditions’. A well-prepared and well-done audition could determine the actors’ chance of getting that job, and possibly future jobs. And, especially in the current situation, actors can’t afford to lose a job because their self-tape wasn’t framed properly, or the sound wasn’t **** enough. During this 3-session course you will have the chance to practice and ask questions; each student will also receive a different script to work on before the last session and you will have the chance to put your new skills into practice and receive individual feedback on your self-tapes during the last class. Acting is very much about learning from watching fellow actors, so in the last lesson we will spend time watching each others’ self-tapes and listening to everyone’s feedback. At the end of each session, there will be time to ask questions about auditions or about the industry in general.
Online Course requirements
All you need is a can-do attitude and willingness to step out of your comfort zone!
Screen Acting Diploma at the International School of Screen Acting
BA (Hons) Musical Theatre