January 15, 2021 - February 5, 2021
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Taught by Kristof Konrad
January 15, 22, 29, & February 5, 2021

-The basics of script analysis (who, what, where, when, why?)
-The importance of defining relationships
-Choose point of views that make you feel something
-The importance of physicality and character movement with elements of the Alexander Technique
-Using the 75% of communication that is your body
-Being still but fully alive
-Finding the character’s breath
-Circumstances; The Moment Before; the Emotional Load
-The WORLD is . . . (finish the sentence)
-The character’s mission or life dream
-Finding clues to your character’s history within the script (secret)
-Defending your character
-Living in the moment
-The value of being “word perfect”
-Asking the right questions and making the strongest choices
-How your role fit into the larger story
-How to analyze the power dynamics in a scene
-How to identify and highlight important facts
-How to color the story with your point of view
-Average, simple, and even “boring” roles; how love, enthusiasm, chemistry, and secrets can make these interesting
-To sit or to stand?
-How to turn a small office (on your self-tape) into an imaginary set
-The importance of wardrobe/hair/make-up choices


Details Price Qty
Registration $195.00 (USD)