Beginner Classes – Part-Time

Start with the Fundamentals

Gain a foundation that gives freedom to your work.

Stop Wondering if You’re Doing It Wrong or Right

A “You’re Never Too Late” Supportive Environment

Prepare for On-Camera & Stage Acting

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You’re New to Acting. You Don’t Need Competitors --- You Need a Community.

Schreiber’s supportive environment, online & in-person, helps new actors like yourself to emerge from a “dream deferred” into an actor with a craft-centered foundation. No audition required. You can learn how to act and make the T. Schreiber community part of your journey.

*Now you can study with T. Schreiber Studio in-person or online from anywhere in the world.

Beginner Acting Classes

Beginning Acting Technique

Beginning Acting Technique

New to acting? This course gives beginner actors a hands-on introduction through famous acting exercises using the methods of Hagen, Meisner, Guskin, and Strasberg. This course does not include scene work and should be taken before other technique classes.
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Hagen/Meisner/Strasberg

Hagen/Meisner/Strasberg

Using Hagen, Strasberg & Meisner exercises, the actor will learn to work instinctively and freely while building techniques in order to feel what it’s like to bring a character and scene to life. This course is perfect for new actors who are eager to learn multiple techniques.
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Vocal Production

Vocal Production

This on-going class with Page Clements introduces the actor to a range of physical exercises to strengthen breath control and support and relax the throat and upper body. The focus is to develop a stronger vocal tone, resonation, release of useless tension, and value of language.
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Beginning Meisner Technique

Beginning Meisner Technique

Beginning Meisner Technique focuses on putting together the fundamentals of a solid acting technique with a step-by-step approach to working with the Meisner technique. Open, honest listening and responding is taught through a series of structured Meisner exercises that build into scene work.
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Beginning Scene Study

Beginning Scene Study

Beginning Scene Study builds on the lessons learned from basic acting training. Actors are paired up to work on relationships, emotional preparation, and collaboration with a scene partner.
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ON Camera 1

ON Camera 1

Learn to fulfill on-camera blocking and direction while incorporating truthful moment-to-moment involvement. The exercises provide the foundation for developing an understanding of character and relationship. Scenes are rehearsed and filmed, with director adjustments, allowing you to see how your work translates on screen.
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Beginning Classes are for you if...

Desire to stop performing and really learn how to act
Need help to connect to your audience
Think “warming up” means reading over your lines

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After these courses, you will…

Begin to trust yourself and start to make specific choices
Know how to use exercises to start developing a character
Feel prepared for a Scene Study class

 

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