The Character Arc: Multi-Scene Study

Digging Deep: Emotional Content for Actors

The Character Arc: Multi-Scene Study

Digging Deep: Emotional Content for Actors

Advanced/Pro

  • 12-Week fall session begins Sunday morning, September 19th

  • Limit 8 actors  (Online—Designed to work with East Coast and European time zones)

  • $660. total, or three installments of $220.    

Offers the rare opportunity to work on character progression and development, the “through-line of need,” throughout an entire play or screenplay.  This class provides a far more comprehensive experience of building and playing a character than is possible in the usual scene study class. 

Actors tackle the multi-scene development of characters, making decisions about character needs, motivations, physical life, tone, beats and units, rhythmic variety, etc. as their characters progress and transition throughout the script.  Participants explore the emotional score of their characters and the nature of changing relationships. 

Partners will be given or select the first set of scenes and characters before class begins so that we can hit the ground running.  Possible “rehearsal showing” during the final session of class.

N.B. All courses progress in a logical and consecutive sequence. Furthermore, students are frequently turned away once the maximum number of participants has been reached. For these reasons, students who begin the session agree to complete the session and are finally responsible for the session if they attend the first session.

Write to [email protected] or call 805.451.6789 to register, ask any questions or to schedule a complimentary interview 

Testimonials

"You are a shining example of everything a teacher should be; inspired and inspiring, positive, challenging, interested, supportive, unbelievably skilled, intelligent and talented at what you are teaching us, and maybe the most important thing, you seem to love it! We are all so fortunate to have you turn your light on us, sweep us up into your beam, and inspire and help us in all the ways that you do. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!”
Elizabeth Cross, Actress

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