Screen Acting Classes
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Our Screen Acting Course is intricately designed for anyone who wishes to unlock their acting potential either for self-development or to explore an exciting, dynamic and creative introduction to the TV and film industry.
Over the 12 weeks, learn how to establish and develop your core acting skills, which will enable you to work on TV scripts from current TV shows and bring them to life on screen.
This course will suit newcomers to the profession as well as those that wish to explore their inner performer.
- Understand the difference between stage and film acting.
- Learn how to conduct yourself professionally in castings with TV and film casting directors.
- Understand the screen rehearsal techniques to get the most out of tight rehearsal deadlines.
- Work on your personal development skills to ensure your full potential is utilised. This will be explored through body language and appearance on screen.
- Learn how to choose suitable material for potential TV auditions and “understanding your casting”; working through character breakdowns and creating a character from provided text.
- Develop a clear understanding of basic filming terminology.
- Focus on script work from popular drama and comedy work.
- Learn how to remember lines and work with other actors effectively.
- Find the most effective way of using your voice and body.
- Watch back your recordings and learn how to critique your work to improve it along the way.
- Leave with key improvisational skills so that you will be able to deal with any quick scenario you may be faced with.
- If you attend the 12-week course you will get a certificate of attendance from Stage and the City.
Teacher: Harveen Mann
Harveen trained at The Royal Academy of Music, London. Since graduating Harveen has played lead roles in a number of productions including Pinky, Mrs Chopra, Auntie and Understudy Mum in Bend it like Beckham (West End) Sylvia Morgan in Privates On Parade (Theatre Royal, Brighton), Sudha in The Thing About Tom directed by Stuart Wood, and Shilpa Shetty in Election Idol, A Bride in Ringside (Birmingham Repertory Theatre) and Wendy in Poise The Musical. She recently finished on a musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches directed by Nikolai Foster at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. UK Tours include Britains Got Bhangra and Arrange That Marriage.
Film and TV credits include work on Doctors (Ambur Chahan) Brit Asia (presenter), The Discovery Channel (driver), Dispatches (featured artist) and BBC’s Lee Nelsons Well Good Show (mother to be). She is also the face of ‘Dulux India’ for the Diwali Seasonal Range.
Course Fees & Dates:
MONDAYS @ 7.00pm – 9.00pm
24th September – 10th December
Full fees will need to be paid before the course starts unless an instalment policy is agreed in advance. Please e-mail email@example.com to arrange.
PQA Studios London, 242 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross London, N1 9JY