Conservatory/Scene Study/ Beginning Technique
Pamela Scott is very proud to be a member of the T. Schreiber teaching faculty where she has taught and directed since 2003. Pamela was previously a full time guest director and teacher at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Stella Adler and a teacher of on camera acting classes and film genre classes at The N.Y. Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. She has directed at N.Y.U. in their Dramatic Writing Program. She also directed at The Actors Studio Playwright and Directors Workshop and was a member of the Actors Studio Playwright/ Directors Unit under the auspices of Estelle Parsons and Arthur Penn. She has been the Producing Artistic Director for Aching Dogs Theatre Co for the last 20 years.
Pamela is also a playwright. Her play “The Unwrapping of Christmas” won Columbia University’s Alan Contini award for best new play. Her play “Home” came in second place. She has had 22 one acts and 5 full-length plays produced in New York City at such theatres as The Irish Arts Center, West Bank Theatre, Hudson Guild and the Kraine Theatre. Pamela coaches actors privately for auditions as well as on site film projects. One of her most recognizable clients is Emmy Award Winner Julia Garner who she continues to work with on various projects. Pamela is a proud union member of AEA, SAG/AFTRA, SDC, and The Dramatists Guild of America.
This class gives beginning actors the basic tools of technique. Group and individual work includes physical and vocal warm ups, relaxation/concentration exercises, improvisation and sensory work. Partner work emphasizes moment to moment truthfulness with the objective to prepare the actor for scene study.Learn More
Continuing the moment to moment work in this on-going class, scenes are explored focusing on environment, emotional preparation and the beginnings of character work. Personal, thorough and supportive critiques are given about each individual’s work to prepare the actor for more advanced study.Learn More