Countless casting directors have said it again and again - when hundreds of voice over auditions come in, most of the reads are professional, but boring. Why? Because everyone made the same, obvious choice! But there is one thing that the auditions which make it to the final round have in common: excellent acting, and strong, unique choices!
Which is exactly why Voice One offers this eight-week scene-study class: so you can grow in your ability to act from a place of truth in order to create unique, believable, strong choices. You'll explore what it means to make a strong acting choice and discover techniques to dig deeper into your connection with your scene, your words, and your character.
Instructor: Marvin Greene
Dates: Mondays, February 22 - April 12 (8 weeks)
Time: 6:30-9:30pm PST
Prerequisites: None, open to everyone!
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