The Theatre for the Very Young's production of Waiting for Balloon. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Scene Study for the Working Actor

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In this class, students will work intensely and specifically to break down scenes and characters providing you with a firm and direct method for repeatable success in your work as an actor. We will cover: 

  • Script analysis
  • Character breakdown
  • Audition approach
  • preparation
  • How to get out of your own way
  • Sharpen and refocus your tools and add new ones to your toolbox

The real question is NEVER how to play it. The real question is how to BE it.

Maximum of 10 students
Tuition: $180 for 4 consecutive classes
Rolling admission
10% discount for all union members

All prospective students must interview with the instructor; please email him directly to set up an interview/audition:
Once accepted, please call 404.733.4700 to register.


Class Category: 
Artist to Artist Master Class
Class level: 


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