October 14, 2018 12:30 PM to December 16, 2018 2:30 PM
AYA PREP 8 is an intensive class series for the advanced youth actor. AYA Prep 8 takes a deep sequential dive into each step of the Arvold Warner Total Preparation curriculum carried out over the span of eight classes within a two month time frame. Each two (2) hour class contains nuanced analyzation and character development guided by the 10-step Total Preparation process presented in the Arvold Warner Studio’s core curriculum. AYA Prep 8 will be helmed by master teacher Erica Arvold. For the advanced youth actor, AYA Prep 8 is appropriate for those who have taken AWS’s Total Preparation 10-step intensives previously and are desiring further understanding and practice of each step and for those who are keenly aware of and practiced in their own preparation process and open to learning and discovering additional methods. Actors will work on two film/television scenes (one self-assigned, another provided) throughout the two months and develop an ability to make strong and bold choices while deepening craft skill and developing full and nuanced characters appropriate for auditioning and set work. AYA Prep 8 is not a scene study class; AYA Prep 8 is a preparation and character development class focused on the discovery and harnessing of one’s own craft tools and process.
Arvold Warner Studio’s Total Preparation curriculum was conceived and developed to help translate the classical study of Stanislavski and its derivatives into a practical and sensory process for the modern day film and television role. Focusing on craft skill for the day player, co-star and guest star roles in today’s Southeast and MidAtlantic markets, AWS’s Total Preparation curriculum has helped focus, streamline, authenticate and drive further craft study for many actors.
Sundays 12:30pm – 2:30pm (10/14, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, 11/25, 12/2, 12/16)
NOTE: This class is by APPLICATION ONLY. Each application is due no later than Friday, September 7th.
CLASS POLICY: There are no refunds for missed or dropped classes. Each class meeting is curated to be a sequential and cumulative curriculum, and therefore full attendance is expected. Missing more than two classes (25% of the course), tardiness or leaving early from class will not be tolerated. Students may not send a friend or another student in their place.
Disclaimer: Erica Arvold is a Master Teacher as well as a member of Casting Society of America, and the following disclaimer is aligned with the core beliefs of CSA, arvold.education and Arvold Warner Studio. This class is a learning experience; it is not an audition nor an employment opportunity. Absolutely no materials will be shared for the purposes of any perceived opportunity nor will Erica accept any such materials. Students are expected to participate with the sole intent to gain knowledge and craft skill.
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