Screen Acting Workshop for Adults
An acting class that challenges the individual actor
Screen Acting Class for Adults - Sydney
Screen Actors Intensive is a course designed to challenge and develop screen acting skills. Over 6 weeks students will work with trained acting coach Yure Covich, to exercise themselves as actors within the craft. Also covered in this course will be: Scenework, Screen Tests, Audition Technique and Script Analysis.
Next Class: Screen Actors Intensive
6 weeks – Starts August 31st 2019
1pm – 4pm
Screen Actor Intensive:
Screen Actors Intensive is a course designed to challenge and develop screen acting skills. Over 6 weeks students will focus on :
\”The actor is the most important person in the classroom. Too many acting teachers are blinded by ego and arrogance, forgetting who the class is for- the student\”
Yure Covich – Creative Director 75% Old School
creative director & acting teacher
” My job is to nuture and inspire the actor to be the best they can be.”
For 20 years I have been an acting teacher and actor coach. In Australia, I have worked with actors from NIDA to major feature films, to the far outback – specializing in indigenous actor training. Internationally I have coached actors from Spain to London to Los Angeles.
One thing have learned from the best teachers I had is that every actor should be treated with respect and given permission to explore their craft in a safe environment. I’ve lost count the amount of classes I walked into as an actor where the teacher spoke of “play” and “freedom”, and yet accosted the actors (including myself), when they actually tried to be free.
Our acting classes are not just for the “professional” actor. I believe too many actors are told they are not ready for the industry, constantly thinking they are unworthy. I am interested in the person underneath the acting techniques – engaging your truthful essence as an actor is what makes you ready… not because some teacher tells you.
Fox Studios Sydney
Building 11, Gate D
38 Driver Ave, Moore Park
Sydney, NSW, 2021