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TV ACTING 3

in SAN FRANCISCO

WHERE TO START?
The curriculum is a program consisting of
TV Acting 1, 2, 3 & 4 and is the perfect 8-week course
to start with for children interested in TV acting.

TV Acting 1, 2 & 3 is offered year round.

It offers a comprehensive variety of experiences that stress personal development, TV acting and audition skills, scripts, improvisation, and performance skills on camera.

Students are advised to take TV Acting 1
before TV Acting 2 and TV Acting 3.

Go to TV ACTING 1 & 2 to read more about it.

TV ACTING 3:
MONOLOGUE STUDY & IMPROV
 

5 SUNDAYS, 12:00-3:00P
in SAN FRANCISCO

AGES 7-18, ENROLL LIMIT, 10, COURSE #332
$585, INTERMEDIATE SKILLS

John believes in the powers of positivity, creativity, and inspiration.
His goal is to elevate youth performers to their highest potential


w/ JOHN LITTEN


A monologue is one of an actor's essential tools. Auditions for stage, TV, film, and talent agency interviews often require a monologue performance.
A monologue is a speech; an important dramatic or comedic moment from a play, film, or other literary text; performed by one actor. Monologue study enhances an actor's ability to tell a convincing story.

FOCUS: Improve characterization, concentration, articulation, emotional range, communicating images, text interpretation, memorization skills and improvisation. Monologues are 1-2 minutes. This course is designed for continuing students or new students w/ previous training or performing experience. For those who have studied monologues elsewhere, you will discover new techniques that will deepen your knowledge with a new coach.

PARENTS ATTEND the last class for a review, evaluations and consultations. If a student is not available a parent can attend.


ABOUT JOHN LITTEN an improv specialist, playwright, director, actor, and coach; he earned his B.A in theatre at San Diego State U. and was co-founder of the Los Angeles based acting program The Young Actors Project from 2005 - 2013. While at San Diego State, he created an improv troupe and a traveling theatre co. that toured California. John created after-school acting programs for grades K-5 and teens. John has produced over 90 plays, written 33 original scripts and adapted dozens of stories from classic literature. John believes in the powers of positivity, creativity, and inspiration. His goal is to elevate youth performers to their highest potential. In 2014 - 2015, He directed an original version of Robin Hood. John has performed in Mexico, Russia, Bali and at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival held in South Africa the second largest theatre festival in the world. John joined our staff in 2014.

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