This transformative class offers an in-depth exploration of text analysis, the emotional life of a scene, and character development.
All actors, whether novices or veterans, need to stretch their muscles. Scene Study is where a new actor discovers the joys of bringing a story to life, and where a seasoned professional learns to push themselves in exploring a different part of their craft.
Through extensive character work and text analysis, our Scene Study for Film & Television classes focus on telling the story of a scene and embodying a character’s arc (their journey throughout the scene). You will discover the emotional and physcial life of your character, use text analysis to mine scripts for motifs and indisputable facts, and learn how to navigate your character’s objectives while responding to the choices of your scene partner.
In this class, students will examine and explore an assigned scene over a period of four weeks. With their scene partner, students will have several opportunities to act out and improve their performance. Actors of all levels and abilities will be challenged to explore their character’s objectives, take risks, and connect with their partner truthfully.
The skills learned in this class allow actors to build and strengthen the tools needed to effectively book and perform larger, more complex roles.
In this class you will learn and implement:
When you study at Vancouver Acting School, you receive more than a simple class. Vancouver Acting School is housed within a full-fledged casting facility, with creative industry professionals working on a regular basis. In addition to a working atmosphere, students at Vancouver Acting School get the Competitive Advantage, putting them a step above the rest.
Learn from working actors:
Multiple performance opportunities every year:
Free coaching for film & television auditions:
Incredible discounts on VAS workshops:
Free mentoring on both your craft and your business:
*Please note that these classes are now all 12 week classes. (1 class per week, for 12 weeks)
Upcoming Sessions: 2018