OPEN ACCESS SCENE STUDY 2 - ONGOING TECHNIQUE
Open Access Scene Study is a brand new series of classes from the Howard Fine Acting Studio designed for students who wish to jump straight into exploring the techniques championed by The Studio. Unlike our regular Scene Study classes, this technique and scene study class does not require students to be graduates of our Foundation, Full Time or Part Time programs.
In this class students will be assigned two of Uta Hagen's famous Object Exercises which address fundamental acting and technique issues. Upon completion of these exercises students are assigned a scene partner and play (from our extensive library of modern classics and esteemed works) with which to continue their work. In addition to their work in class, students are expected to rehearse their scenes outside of class each week.
Open Access Scene Study is a growing series of classes that use fundamental acting techniques as a platform to explore and develop the actors' craft, rehearsal process and script analysis. Actors will discover techniques that allow them to consistently live authentically during performance, with a strong connection to the life of their character, their emotional circumstances and the world of the play.
This class is applicable to actors of all experience levels. Those new to acting will gain insight and technical ability, whilst seasoned professionals will learn ways to dramatically deepen their work.
This class will be taught by Howard Fine Acting Studio's co-Founder and Director Philip Hayden.
CONTACT HOURS AND DATES
Wednesdays, 4 April - 9 May (6:30pm-9:30pm)
WHAT TO PREPARE
Students must download and read the free studio ebook (this will take about 15 minutes to read) and watch Howard Fine’s Acting Advice Season 1 and 2 (plus the mini-season called Eight Steps Lecture Excerpts) on The Studio's YouTube channel (this will take about 20 minutes).
Philip Hayden - a career actor who has performed roles on London's West End, in classic HBO drama Band of Brothers, been a semi regular on children's television for the BBC and for award-winning Australian theatre Company Red Stitch.