On-Camera Scene Study
Hone Your Scene Skills
Students learn script analysis techniques, emotional prep, blocking, business, story analysis, and use of voice through dialogue exercises to help learn how to breakdown scenes on their own and achieve a higher level of believability in their acting.
Classes involve being assigned a scene partner and working together to learn and develop a scene over a period of four weeks with the instructor focusing on different aspects of the scene in providing valuable feedback.
in the 4th and 8th weeks, the scene is shot for feedback about adjustments that need to be made when putting it on camera with regard to working with lighting, camera angles and close ups.
"The tools and techniques that you are taught are invaluable to honing your acting skills and developing your career. Attention and time are given to each actor to ensure that they receive the most out of their experience and become more confident in their abilities. I am very glad that I made the decision to attend VADA and I am excited to go to class every week. Thanks VADA! i Aleisha Smith – Scene Study Alumn
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Upcoming 8-Week Course Dates
Date: February 14 - March 6, 2024 (Wednesdays) - 4 weeks
May 15 - July 3, 2024 (Wednesdays)
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Instructor: Simon Longmore
Tuition: $476.20 + Tax = $500.00 CDN
- No Application Fee is required
- Applicants must be 17 years or older
- Must have previously completed a Certificate or Diploma program at VADA (or completion of a comparable program, deemed so by VADA’s Artistic Director).
Note: “Comparable programs of study” will be considered provided there are a minimum of 3 months of full time study in the areas of performing arts. Proof of this study will be evidenced by one of Certificate, Diploma, or Degree, copies of which will be placed in the prospective student’s file.
Full Tuition Payment (or 30% deposit to hold your seat, with full payment due upon first day of class)
Applicants may apply online or in person (please contact the school to book an appointment if applying in person).