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Three Week Classes, Buford Location Only

Only $49 

 These 3 week classes are fun, inexpensive and fit into everyone's schedule.
These classes are also great supplementary classes for our past and present students who would like to brush up on these particular skills and get additional training at a low cost!
And these are great classes for NEW students who want to check us out without paying a lot to do so. Each of these classes concentrates on one particular skill for the 3 week period.  Read below for each class description and sign up today. All 3 week classes take place at our Buford location.
Slots for these classes fill up fast! Sign up for one, or sign up for them all...At these prices, Why not?    
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All 3 week classes are only $49. Space is limited in each class & is first come first serve. Class spot is reserved with full payment only. No refunds on 3 week classes.


3 Week class times (unless otherwise specified)


Saturdays                                       Tuesdays                                 Thursdays

9am-10am: Adults                            5:15-6pm: 4-7 yrs                              4:15-5pm: 4-7 years

10-11am: 8-11yrs                            6-7pm: 12-17 yrs                                5-6pm: 12-17 years

11am-noon: 12-17 yrs                     7-8pm: 8-11yrs                                  6-7pm: 8-11 years

noon-12:45pm: 4-7 yrs                    8-9pm: Adults                                    7-8pm: Adults




Improv & More Improv!

A huge majority of commercial auditions these days plus many major film and TV auditions require the actor to improv as part of the audition process. So it's very important for all actors to periodically brush up on those skills and make sure they are top notch!

Each of these improv classes focuses on different improv skills. So you can take 1 or all 3 and you don’t need to take them in order!! Even if you have taken our improv classes before, every class is different. So don't be shy! Learn to think fast and creatively with these classes:


Improv I: Saturdays, Sept: 10, 17, 24

Week 1: Listening
Week 2: Listening and Reacting
Week 3: Putting them together

Improv II: Saturdays, Oct: 15, 22, 29

Week 1: Establishing the Scene
Week 2: Listening and Reacting
Week 3: Yes and, Observation

Improv III: Saturdays, Nov: 5, 12, 19

Week 1: Perfecting the Rules of Improv
Week 2: Rythm of a scene
Week 3: Imagination






Just Listen 


Sept:  15, 22, 29th
No 4-7 year olds for this particular class!


One of the tests of a good actor is how well they listen. This class will explore how to actively listen. Listening is a skill that most don't practice. Learn exercises and applications you can practice in your everyday life that will strengthen your ability as an actor to effectively and authentically listen on the TV/Film screen.





When I grow Up I want to be….An Auditioner   


Oct:  13, 20, 27th

No 4-7 year olds for this particular class!

Many people say the audition is the win. What if actors learned to truly embrace this thinking? This class will look at ways to shift your mindset to realizing that auditioning is the job of an actor. How do you become the best auditioned possible. Are your headshots honest?

Do you bring yourself to each audition?

Are you looking to serve the script not yourself?

 Are you able to be satisfied in a job well done whether you book or not?






Serve the Story  


Nov:  3, 10, 17th

No 4-7 year olds for this particular class! 

Oftentimes actors forget our role is to serve the story. This 3 week class will break apart and go into depth with scripts to analyze where the role you are auditioning fits into the story and how you can build that story to the best of your ability in your audition.




Developing Your Audition Package:

Cutting the right monologues for you 


Nov 29, Dec 6 & 13

12-17 yrs: 5-6pm

8-11 yrs: 6-7pm

4-7 yrs: This class for Parents of 4-7 year olds: 7-8pm

Adult 8-9pm

How many times have you needed a monologue for an audition, or casting director workshop and panicked? Where do you get a monologue? How do you find one that’s right for you or your child? This class teaches you how to identify a subject appropriate for your age AND have a piece that is not overused…both pet peeves of casting directors. Then you will learn how to cut both a comedic and dramatic monologue that will showcase your best self!

You will learn:

-How to choose a unique monologue package

- How to cut both a comedic AND dramatic monologue

- How to edit and piece together dialogue to create a cohesive monologue

- How to ensure contrasting pieces that showcase strengths

- How to assess branding and type to choose the best pieces for YOU.





Foundations of Acting  

Saturdays, Dec 3, 10, 17


Week 1:  Looking at each other in the Eye

Seems like such a simple concept. Yet so many people are uncomfortable looking at others in the eye for an extended period of time. Especially upon first meeting. Yet, this industry requires actors to do just that in auditions and on set. You may just have been introduced to your acting partner, but be required to look at them in the eye for the duration of the scene. The first week of this class contains acting exercises that work on this skill!


Week 2: Focusing

Could you focus while a crowd was yelling at the top of their lungs? Would you be able to sustain your character if bombs were exploding around you? As an actor, you are required to keep your focus and say your lines no matter what else is going on around you on set. This week, we test your focusing ability!


Week 3:  Range of Emotions

Do you have a wide range of emotions? When you think of anger-do you automatically go towards yelling? There are many different levels of anger, from the slow simmering anger to the out and out screaming. How adept are you at portraying all the different levels? This week tests how many levels of several emotions you can convincingly portray!





You Work 


Jan 2017:  12, 19, 26th

No 4-7 year olds for this particular class!


How many times do you hear "trust yourself", "bring yourself to the role", be "you"? That truly is what casting directors look like, actors who simply appear as if they are just being who they are on camera. TV/Film is about watching people just be, not perform. This class will help you identify:

 * who you are

* your type and essence

* how to bring your unique persona to your acting work




Tools of Acting 

Jan 2017: Saturdays: 14, 21, 28 

Whether you are acting on stage or on camera, every actor utilizes the tools: Face, body & voice to communicate thier lines and character. Becoming a pro at all 3 will make your acting more well rounded and believable. Brush up on these tools in this 3 week class. 


Week 1: The Body
Week 2: The Face
Week 3: The Voice





When the Acting's Over: 


The First Impression/Interview That Lands You the Job!

Feb 2017, Thursdays: 9, 16, 23rd

Many people think that it's the acting that gets you the job. While that is a huge part, it's actually your interview and personality that seals the deal and ultimately wins you the job over everyone else at callbacks.  In this class, you will learn tips and strageties that will set you apart from everyone else at the interview or callback. 

This class also includes working on the all important 60 second sell! Many of your taped auditions require the talent to talk about themselves for 60 seconds. What should you say? What does casting want to hear? What do you say in an interview when they ask, "Tell me a little about yourself!" In this class you will learn the perfect 60 second sell!

Great also for high schoolers who will be doing college or job interviews. This class includes:

  • *  The First Impression
  • *  Components that make up a great first impression
  • *  How to introduce yourself so you are memorable
  • *  The 60 second sell
  • *  The interview
  • *  How to answer questions in the interview
  • And much more!





Pause, Pace, Pitch  

Feb 2017, Saturdays: 11,18,25


Bring variety & depth to your vocalization and performance by using pause, pace and pitch to create peaks and valleys. Each week, actors learn how to change a performance by changing these 3 little elements.




Prepare to Let Go 


March 2017:  9, 16, 23rd

4-7 yrs: No class for this age group

How you prepare for an audition is key. Whether it is a self-tape or a live audition, setting yourself up with preparation that you can then let go of in the audition is key. Too many actors under prepare, over prepare, or try to "control" their audition based on their preparation. Learn how to prepare like a pro and then "let it go" and let the audition live and breathe for itself!




Improv & Characterization  

March 2017, Saturdays: 11, 18, 25 







Basic, Working, Advanced, Master and Life Skills: Full refund will be given if student withdraws 8 days prior to class start date or first class of month

Withdrawing 7 days prior to class start date or first class of month will result in a credit.

No refund if withdraw/cancel 24 hours prior to class start date.

SUMMER CAMP requires 3 week notice of withdrawal for credit on student account. No refunds.

SHOWCASE & IT FACTOR: NO REFUNDS OR CREDIT due to the special nature of these events.

AUDITION TAPINGS/PRIVATE LESSONS: must be pre-paid in order to hold your time slot. No refunds. Cancelling/rescheduling 24 hours prior results in rescheduling with no penalty.

ALL OTHER CLASSES, WORKSHOPS, EVENTS: Credit on student account will be given with 24 hour notice of cancellation.

There is a $25.00 Returned Check Charge. 

2 returned checks results in a cash only account status.