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MFA Directing from Yale School of Drama, Yale University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2003
I'm a freelance theater director currently working in NYC and throughout the country. I'm an acting coach, teach directing for the stage and dramaturgy/text analysis for actors, directors, and designers. I have over 15 years of teaching experience at such institutions as Williams, Yale, New School, Columbia, Fordham, and Primary Stages ESPA.
I will focus my classes on auditioning, callbacks, cold reading audition skills, grad school auditions, and text analysis and dramaturgy. I'm also available to coach and consult with aspiring theater directors and public speaking clients. I would be happy to customize my classes to each student's individual needs and goals.
I received my MFA in Directing from Yale School of Drama and my BFA in Acting from the University of the Arts.
As an established theater director and teacher, I am very fortunate to be working continuously in New York and across the country from New York to California and in between. Actors are a part of my daily life as I audition and collaborate with them for a living. I often have new directors as assis
As well, Jackson incorporated invaluable practical career advice into the class, which is often hard to find. One of her exercises for this was to pair us with another student and have a mock "writer-director" meeting, where the writer was considering hiring the director. This was a really helpful window into the professional process, which has given me an important springboard to communicate my own ideas in the production of new work.
Jackson Gay’s teaching applies across theater disciplines — for instance, my work in theater is primarily as a composer and lyricist. She showed me how to look at the big picture of a play or musical, giving me the insight to write in a way that is dramatically cogent, engaging, and entertaining.
Teaching since 2001
Teaches students 5 and up
Lee Strasberg Intensive from Lee Strasberg
I'm an Actor/Director/Producer that is on hiatus after working on hundreds of Productions in the past ten years. An Acting Coach can make or break you. I believe in helping an Actor find the strength of their voice, trusting their heart and honoring their spirit. I'm also a certified Reiki Master and incorporate Intuitive messages that can help advance their personal belief systems which will naturally enhance their performance.
I own a production company which is an original content and third party production company, designed for the 21st century's changed media landscape.
Focused on raising awareness for subjects deserving attention. With a focus on women's empowerment, diversity and inclusion and LGBTQIA messages.
Specializes in the development, production, marketing and distribution of talent-driven films, television, and digital media content. Jaret's award winning films have been seen throughout the world in festivals and streaming platforms.
Jaret is proud ...
Greetings! i'm Jaret and I've been a working Actor since age six. I also own my Productions, Distribution and Film Festival company. Over the past ten years I've had the pleasure of living in Los Angeles and grateful to share I've worked on hundreds of sets. Right now I'm on hiatus and celebrat
Teaching since 2003
Awarded Breezewood from short film
BA Drama from Kenyon College
Claire F.Book Now
I have over 20 years of experience as a professional actor in thearte, tv and film.
I am currently working as an off-Broadway actor, writer/director and producer of a web-series I also star in.
I have 10 years of experience teaching high-school drama, undergrad acting, private coaching, undergrad and grad acting coaching, auditions for tv, and theatre.
I truly love teaching and bring my 1st hand experience and love of the craft to every lesson.
My teachers have been my biggest champions and I truly value each student, and champion their work with humor, kindness and instilling the values of hard-work and empathy.
Born in Wilmington, NC, Claire is the daughter of a poet, and dancer. Acting credits include: New York: The Making of King Kong (Target Margin Theatre) A Christmas Carol (Blessed Unrest), NY Classical Theatre (Macbeth), NYTW, The Fire This Time Festival, New Victory LabWorks, New Dramatists, Queens
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2007
Brandon T.Book Now
*** Specialties *** I specialize in singing, all styles. I have a large acting and musical theater background as well, over 40 musicals with many lead roles and ensemble roles. I can teach all levels of music theory and songwriting, encouraging students to have a deep understanding of music in
Unfortunately I didn't go to college i went straight to work from Digital Harbor High School
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Raquan R.Book Now
I teach how to have the correct form and break down the move piece by piece, in order for it to be understood as well as open up the creativity in your mind to make more moves of your own, I as well teach my philosophy on breaking, give exercises as well as encouragement.
Hi my name is Ray I have been teaching breaking(breakdancing) since early 2019, I've taught a class at MICA recently and have done performances there as well, I also have competed in many competitions around the DMV and have done alot of performances. I practice at places such as JHU,UMBC and WBL o
Speaks German, German
Bachelor of Music in Opera Singing from Philadelphia College of Performing Arts
Teaching since 1995
Acting lessons consist of working with a monologue or soliloquy. Students learn valuable skills such as characterization, relationships, motivation, and much more. Source materials include Uta Hagens's "Respect For Acting," and Michael Shurtleff's "Audition."
Sandra began her training at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia. She is a two time recipient of the Mario Lanza Award, and holds a B.M. degree in opera from the Philadelphia College of Performing Arts. She studied acting at both the Wilma and Walnut Theaters in Philadelphia. In New York,
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Thank you and she can’t wait for the next class."
As an instructor, he won't stop until anywhere short of what he believes you are capable of as an actor, so when you work with him be prepared to be pushed to your potential."
Every session has a great flow, offers new ideas and most importantly there's a great level of comfort as venturing into new areas with your voice is not always easy. It is also incredibly useful that Bill sends out the weeks lesson plan/agenda a few days before our lesson so that I can wrap my head around what we will cover. Further on, I have the lesson plan so that I can always revert back to the tools that are taught as a reminder.
Before Bill I had worked with a voice coach that was 4 times the cost, and very generic in the teachings, rather then with Bill who caters the sessions to my needs, and is obviously affordable.
I fully recommend Bill, as you can tell. Very little cost for you to try an introductory 5 lessons - and from there you will certainly learn new ways to increase/sharpen your skill level."
Method acting requires you to fully embrace your transformation into your character. To create an authentic experience for your audience, you need to lose the speech inflections, facial expressions, and physical mannerisms that wouldn't make sense. For example, when an actor plays a depressed man, his cynical speech won't be convincing if he delivers it with perfect, confident posture. When Hollywood stars stay in character between takes, or improv comedians wear disguises to interact with un …
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