LEARN TO ACT ON-SCREEN AT ONE OF THE BEST ACTING SCHOOLS
Our two year acting program offers more advanced acting classes la, having students implement all the skills they have learned in Acting Program I. Acting Program II offers actors a playground to take their work to a higher level in our theaters by working on classical and contemporary material sound stage. For example Shakespeare, George Bernard Shaw, Molière, and contemporary playwrights: John Patrick Shanley, Lynn Nottage, David Mamet, Tracy Letts. The Film Classes will have a focus on preparing the students to do screen tests and being on a Sound Stage or on location. Voice and Speech will offer a continued process on how to have a practical use of drills. In our fourth quarter students will be either on stage on a film set getting hands on experience. The students will get to work professionally and practically incorporate the Tool Box they have been taught and go from being a student of acting to being an Artist. Our students will acquire the knowledge of doing versus intellectualizing the concepts learned. Future generation of actors to acquire with their imagination and passion and to have the skill, clarity and confidence to be storytellers of tomorrow.
Acting Classes LA Schedule
|Golden Box Master Class||4h||Thursday||10AM – 2PM||Michelle Danner|
|Improvisation I||4h||Monday & Thursday||10AM – 2PM||Derek Reid|
|The Meisner Class||4h||Friday||12PM – 4PM||Valerie Debler|
|On Camera Acting||4h||Monday||5PM – 9PM||Doug Kaback|
|Scene Study I||4h||Tuesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or Scene Study I||4h||Saturday||12PM – 4PM||Christine Dunford|
|Scene Study II||4h||Tuesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or Scene Study II||4h||Saturday||12PM – 4PM||Christine Dunford|
|On Camera Cold Reading||4h||Thursday||2PM – 6PM||Michelle Danner|
|Acting Theory I||4h||Friday||10AM – 2PM||Barbara Bragg|
|Voice & Speech I||4h||Monday||12PM – 4PM||Barbara Bragg|
|The Adler Class||4h||Wednesday||2PM – 6PM||James Fowler|
|Scene Study and Script Analysis I||4h||Tuesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or Scene Study and Script Analysis I||4h||Saturday||12PM – 4PM||Christine Dunford|
|Alexander Movement||4h||Monday||2:30PM – 6:30PM||James Fowler|
|Improvisation II||4h||Monday & Thursday||10AM – 2PM||Derek Reid|
|On Camera Acting II||4h||Wednesday||6PM – 10PM||Doug Kaback|
|or On Camera Acting II||4h||Friday||3PM – 7PM||Doug Kaback|
|Musical Theatre I||4h||Thursday||2PM – 6PM||James Fowler|
|Scene Study & Shakespeare||4h||Tuesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or Scene Study & Shakespeare||4h||Saturday||12PM – 4PM||Christine Dunford|
|The Stanislavski Class||4h||Wednesday||2PM – 6PM||Javier Alcina|
|Voice & Speech II||4h||Monday||2:30PM – 6:30PM||Barbara Bragg|
|Acting Theory II||4h||Friday||6PM – 10PM||Barbara Bragg|
|The Business of Acting||4h||Wednesday||2PM – 6PM||Michelle Danner|
|Scene Study III||4h||Tuesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or Scene Study III||4h||Saturday||12PM – 4PM||Christine Dunford|
|Improvisation III||4h||Monday & Thursday||10AM – 2PM||Derek Reid|
|On Camera Acting III||4h||Thursday||2PM – 6PM||Michelle Danner or Doug Kaback|
|Musical Theatre II||4h||Wednesday||10AM – 2PM||James Fowler|
|Acting Theory III||5h||Thursday or Friday||1PM – 6PM||Barbara Bragg|
|Scene Study IV||4h||Tuesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or Scene Study IV||4h||Saturday||12PM – 4PM||Christine Dunford|
|On Camera Acting IV||4h||Thursday||2PM – 6PM||Michelle Danner or Derek Reid|
|Acting Theory IV||4h||Friday||10AM – 2PM||Barbara Bragg|
|Voice & Speech III||4h||Monday||2PM – 6PM||Barbara Bragg|
|Improvisation IV||4h||Monday & Thursday||10AM – 2PM||Derek Reid|
|Scene Study V||4h||Tuesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or Scene Study V||4h||Saturday||12PM – 4PM||Christine Dunford|
|On Camera Acting V||4h||Wednesday||6PM – 10PM||Michelle Danner|
|or On Camera Acting V||4h||Friday||3PM – 7PM||Doug Kaback|
|Voice & Speech IV||4h||Monday||12PM – 4PM||Barbara Bragg|
|Making a Short Film||4h||Thursday||6PM – 10PM||Everett Aponte|
|Acting in a Short Film||4h||Thursday||6PM – 10PM||Brian Drillinger|
|Work on a Full Length Play||5h||Monday – Friday||10AM – 3PM||Brian Drillinger & Doug Kabak|
|Work on a Full Length Feature||5h||Monday – Friday||10Am – 3PM||Everett Aponte & Teferi Seifu & Michelle Danner|
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Mission of the Acting school Los Angeles:
The Los Angeles Acting Conservatory recognizes that every actor is unique. You will develop a comprehensive set of “acting tools, your very own “Golden Box” that you can use at any time when approaching a role or a scene, whether it be for film, television, or theater. The Acting School’s acting techniques are based on the Meisner Technique, Lee Strasberg’s Method, Stella Adler, Stanislavski’s System, and the Chekhov technique.
Our Acting School provides a creative and pro-active environment that fosters you to be ready to work in the film, television and theater industry.
**We encourage you to take risks and work on challenging and daring material that will stretch you and push you beyond your limits.
**As an actor of The Los Angeles Acting Conservatory you will learn how to market yourself as an actors and learn about the business of acting.
**You will develop intellectual, analytical, and critical abilities, learning how to read comedic and dramatic plays, television and film scripts, how to analyze their content, and how to determine the best way to approach a role.
The diversity of our faculty from working actors, directors and producers is one reason we are considered to have the best acting classes in Los Angeles.
Our acting school in America trains our students to become professional working actors in film, television and theater.
There are many performing arts colleges and other colleges in Los Angeles California but come and see why we are considered one of the top 10 acting schools Los Angeles. Acting School: Acting Classes in LA -Learn Acting at one of the best acting colleges.
Acting Schools and Colleges in Los Angeles| Los Angeles Acting Conservatory
Though each acting program boasts a distinct acting curriculum, Actors enrolling at a performing arts academy in Los Angeles can expect to take at least some if not all of the following acting courses in LA: Acting for Film, Acting for Film: Scripted TV, Movement, Improvisation, Business of Acting, Scene Study, Building a demo Reel, acting Technique and Scene Study, Singing for Actors, Voice and Speech, Stunt Workshop and accent reduction. We use acting techniques that other performing arts academy and acting colleges in Los Angeles lack. There are many acting schools in California come and see why we are considered one of the best acting schools in LA Call the acting school at 310.392.0815 and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org