My philosophy as a teacher is that actors learn by doing so every actor works every class in exercises that are tailor made to his or her needs to expand his or her range with character and emotion. When we move into scene study in our acting schools, the focus is on providing the actor with the information he needs to know to be a skillful working actor – everything from script analysis, to auditioning, to working on set.
One of my top priorities as an acting coach is to provide a working environment that is creative, inspiring, and challenging for the actors who train here. When you walk through the door of the studio, one of the first things you’ll notice is a feeling of enthusiasm and excitement for the work. There’s music coming out of the sound booth, actors rehearsing on stage, and others warming up backstage. If it’s an On Camera class about to start there’s a crew setting up camera and microphones with actors going over scenes they’re about to perform. We also offer some amazing acting workshops too.
Being A Threat To The Competition
The Traps of Automaticity
The Importance of Viewpoints
Discovering Your Character's Viewpoint
Not Missing a Beat
Lynette McNeill really knows how to inspire and motivate. I can't wait to apply her techniques!