Don’t miss working with “Orange is the New Black” ‘s Nick Stevenson!

ACTING FOR FILM  

This beginning to advanced beginning acting for film class is the most popular class in our Film series. The instructor focuses on achieving a naturalistic acting style through honesty and vulnerability. The emphasis is on energy, personal power, personality and enjoyment. The students’ work will be explored through improvisation and scene study from film and television scripts with some videotaping and playback for critique. Suggested prerequisite: Beginning Acting for Film & Stage or other previous acting training.

Jun 9 – Jul 14     (6 weeks)     Tuesdays     7-10pm     $191     DRAM 3010 300

 

ACTING FOR FILM II     NEW!!!

This class is for students with previous film acting training. The instructor focuses on achieving a naturalistic acting style through honesty and vulnerability. The emphasis is on energy, personal power, personality and enjoyment. The students’ work will be explored through improvisation and scene study from film and television scripts with some videotaping and playback for critique. Suggested prerequisite: Beginning Acting for Film & Stage or other previous acting training.

Jul 28 – Sep 1     (6 weeks)     Tuesdays     7-10pm     $181     DRAX 3003 300

 

INTERMEDIATE ACTING FOR FILM   Led by Nick Stevenson

This class focuses on achieving a naturalistic acting style through honesty and vulnerability. The emphasis is on energy, personal power, personality and enjoyment. The students’ work will be explored through improvisation and scene study from film and television scripts with some videotaping and playback for critique. Prerequisite: Must have previous training or experience.

Jun 17 – Jul 22     (6 weeks)     Wednesdays     7-10pm     $181     DRAM 3011 300 

  

TO REGISTER– CALL OR EMAIL:

512-692-0517

bgeorge@austintheatre.org

 

Fill out registration form and email to us:

http://www.austintheatre.org/site/PageNavigator/education/stateschool/adultclass/register

 

 

Read more about Nick:
Nick Stevenson can be seen most recently in Netflix’s newest hit show, Orange is the New Black, as “Pete Harper” alongside Jason Biggs, Kate Mulgrew, Laura Prepon and Taylor Schilling. He also recently guest starred opposite Jim Caviezel in the CBS drama, Person of Interest, and has three features coming out 2014: Jane Want’s A Boyfriend Extinction Patient zero and Isn’t It Delicious. Stevenson’s voice can be heard at any time on many famous ad campaigns such as commercials for Gillette, Miller Light, Energizer Batteries, British Airways, The Sydney Morning Herald, Louis Vuitton, McDonald’s and The Weinstein Company, among others. Stevenson graduated from The Atlantic Theater Company’s Conservative Acting School in 2002. In 2006, Nick co-founded The Outhouse Theatre Company dedicated to the cultivation and development of both emerging and established Australian theater artists. In 2007, for his love of theater Stevenson traveled to Greece with the One Year Lease Troupe and performed in Widows andReader by Ariel Dorfman.  Reader was also performed at The New York Fringe Festival and received praise from critics.

 

…and there are many other great classes available at The State Theatre School of Acting. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

 

See our full Summer Schedule here: http://www.austintheatre.org/site/PageNavigator/education/stateschool/adultclass/summerclasses_2015.html

 

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Babs George, Director

Brittany Flurry, Administrative Assistant


STATE THEATRE SCHOOL OF ACTING
in association w/ Austin Community College and The Paramount/Stateside Theatres
719 Congress Ave., Austin, TX  78701 – Phone: 512-692-0517 – Fax: 512-472-7199
School website:  www.austintheatre.org  (click on INFO/State Theatre School of Acting)

 

“Our right hemisphere, it thinks in pictures and it learns kinesthetically through the movement of our bodies. Information … explodes into this enormous collage of what this present moment looks like, smells like and tastes like, what it feels like and what it sounds like.” 

–Jill Bolte Taylor, Neuroanatomist