Theatre Aquarius GYMSupporting artists by providing monthly mentorship and training led by skilled instructors and experienced working professionals.
About The GYM
Theatre Aquarius’ GYM is a newly launched program developed for professional performing artists, emerging artists, theatre students, and anyone interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts. Our mission is to support artists by providing monthly mentorship and training led by skilled instructors and experienced working professionals. Every month, workshops, panels, and keynote speakers will be offered as part of our program. Our focus is to provide a creative space that is accessible and affordable to all artists in the community. Future sessions may include areas of focus such as: Acting Styles and Technique (Meisner Technique, Stanislovski Acting, Brecht Technique, Method acting, etc.) Improvisation, Text Study, Shakespeare Analysis, Vocal Training, Movement (Alexander Technique, Laban , Viewpoints, etc.) , Playwriting, Dramaturgy, Grant writing, Producing, etc. For more information please contact Luke Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org
Text Analysis with Amos Crawley
March 20, 2017
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
To register please send an email to email@example.com
ABOUT THE COURSE:
Nerves. Feeling self-conscious. Feeling like you can’t be consistent in an audition room with your best work. These are universals for most actors regardless of experience level. I believe that the road to consistency and the ability to relax into the work has its roots in the early stages of text analysis that tend to be skipped over in a rush to get to performance. For a richer and more complex understanding of a scene, we need to root around a bit. This GYM will be a discussion of how to spend more time with your scene or monologue before getting it on its feet. Some work will be theoretical but please feel free to bring in a piece which you may be interested in exploring.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Amos Crawley has been a professional actor since he was 4 years old. He has over 150 film, television, radio and theatre credits. He trained in New York City under CC Courtney, Richard Pinter and others and has worked across Canada, in the US and in the UK. Recent credits include Murdoch Mysteries, Covert Affairs and The Firm. He is currently playing the lead role of Jack on Treehouse TV’s Trucktown and can be seen as Henderson in the upcoming feature Meza.
Acting on Camera for Film and Television
A six week course beginning April 23, 2017
ABOUT THE COURSE:
Join instructor Juno Rinaldi (CBC’s Workin’ Moms, Degrassi, Arrow, The Killing, Fringe, Supernatural) for a 6 week intensive course on acting for the camera. This will be the first of its kind course being offered right here in Hamilton! NO need to schelp it to Toronto for once!
With limited space, participants will get a rare chance at lots of individualized attention, feedback and support.
Participants will be required to memorize and prepare given sides each week. We will work on sides that are shooting currently in the GTA and get a feel for what you would be going out for!
In addition the intensive will cover:
- how to take control of your audition
- how to make interesting choices
- breaking down the scene
- find out what makes you unique
- how to prepare your sides
- what casting directors look for
- defining your process
- next steps
Classes are 1:00 – 4:00 on the following dates
April 23, April 30, May 7, May 14, May 28 & June 4
Please make all checks payable to Juno Rinaldi. Payment by E-transfer can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org