Insights from a Working Actor
Dive Deeper into the Work
This online On-Camera 2 class is for intermediate and advanced actors who are already familiar with the basics of on-camera acting and want to finetune their work. In this class you will learn how to explore the script further, push the boundaries of your imagination, and make specific choices - all with the goal of portraying a living, truthful, three-dimensional human being existing moment-to-moment on camera.
Actors will be assigned on-camera scenes from contemporary film and TV. Working online, Robert Verlaque will help you master the technical requirements of working on screen, incorporating eyelines and employing subtlety in mediums and close-ups. This class can be taken after completing On-Camera 1: Foundation or equivalent.
On-Camera 2 is for you if you...
Know your on-camera basics but need a refresh.
Want to improve your on-screen presence.
Seek truthful and specific on-camera performances.
After this course, you will…
Portray your characters with more authenticity and specificity.
Confidently make the most of every frame.
Be audition-ready for any on-camera role.
Instructor: Robert Verlaque
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- This is an intermediate/advanced level class and an application is required
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Robert Verlaque has been a professional actor, director, teacher and writer for over 30 years and teaches in Toronto, Los Angeles and New York. Recent acting credits include guest star appearances on Netflix’s hit series Umbrella Academy, CBS’s Star Trek-Discovery, and Frankie Drake Mysteries for PBS. Robert has guest starred on Jessica Jones, Boardwalk Empire, Saving Hope, Warehouse 13, Cracked, Reign and recurring Judge Gus Benjamin on Suits.
His film credits include The Games Maker opposite Joseph Fiennes and Ed Asner. Robert co-starred with Tracy Letts in the film Indignation, written and directed by James Schamus. He performed in New York in the critically acclaimed world premiere of The Road to Damascus.