ACTING LIKE A PRO:
PART 2: IN-PERSON CLASS
ON CAMERA, SIX WEEKS, IN STUDIO
WEEK FOUR - SCENE WORK
Week four is on set, with a partner, listening and learning to react to other actors within a scene.
WEEKS FIVE AND SIX - MAKE A SHORT FILM
Week's five and six are completely on set, working on a film where you star with your fellow actors. We'll have one week in the studio and the last week out on location. At the end of this class session you will have a copy and link to your very own movie!
TO JOIN IN PERSON CLASSES, PLEASE
WEEK ONE - AUDITIONING AND THE BIZ
Most students wanting to work professionally or work more are not halted because of their talent. They simply don't understand the business and what they're up against. In week one we cover who's hiring, what for and how you can catch their eye.
WEEK TWO - COMMERCIAL ACTING
There is a reason why most celebrities start in commercial acting, that's where the money is! While we all want to work in film and television, everyone starts in commercials. It helps most to know how that works and what brands want. This is the start for 90% of professional actors and models.
WEEK THREE - TELEPROMPTER
A teleprompter is a tool every professional needs to learn to do WELL. The professionals that get most jobs, do this skill very well. It takes practice and skills at home, long before auditioning or being on set.
- There are two types of acting, breaking yourself down to find something hidden or layering to get to someone else.
Since opening our doors, we’ve been committed to helping students pursue a career they love. Lumiere Academy provides a unique and highly personalized method of learning, creating an environment to nurture, educate and encourage creative individuals to achieve the highest level of success. Browse through our site to learn more about what we have to offer.
Our owner and resident teacher is Benjamin Madrid, a professional actor, print model and film maker of more than a decade with rare agency experience to boot. Benjamin is known in the business for his comedic performances, his tenacity to remain connected at all levels, and his willingness to share what he's learned with others.