Monday 5 October - Saturday 19 December 2020*
Final performance Saturday 19 December
A 10-week part time course that is open to those who have attended previous courses (such as our beginners & improvers evening course) or have been in a number of university, college or amateur productions.
Aimed at those considering full-time training and professional acting, this course will develop your acting skills by focusing on three key areas essential to working in the industry: Rehearsals, TV & Voice Over, and Audition Technique.
The course will be delivered by senior teaching faculty at Drama Studio London, all of whom are working professionally in various aspects of theatre and media. Click here to see our faculty pages. You will have use of our facilities including our rehearsal spaces, the sound studio and screen acting studio.
Drama Studio London is based in Ealing, close to Central, District, Circle and mainline stations. It is also well served by buses. Limited free parking is available.
A certificate of attendance will be issued if you attend 90% or more of the course.
*Dates may be subject to change in response to changes in government restrictions regarding Coronavirus. As such it may be necessary to run some sessions remotely/digitally. DSL aim to confirm the full programme by September 2020.
This course is focused on three key strands of learning:
- TV and Voice Overs
- Audition Preparation
A series of in-depth sessions allowing time to fully explore and rehearse a scene, building towards an informal sharing at the end of the course. Including:
- Text analysis
- Creating a character
- Movement for actors
- Voice and Speech
- Rehearsal process
- Sharing of work
TV & Voice Overs
A series of classes to develop your media skills, including:
- Auditioning for Camera
- Voice Over technique.
A series of classes structured to develop the skills needed in a range of audition environments, including:
- What to expect at an audition
- Sight Reading
- Shakespeare Verse and Prose Speaking
- Choosing, preparing and presenting Classical audition speeches
- Choosing, preparing and presenting Modern audition speeches
- Being Directed
- Selling Yourself
- Mock Auditions