Private Acting Coaching (All Levels) . . .
Don’t just become an actor - become the best actor you can be! Our Private Coaching Classes are the perfect way to develop and enhance your acting skills. Our teaching staff can discuss your strengths and weaknesses and devise a program that will ensure you develop into the best actor you can be.
Private Coaching Classes can include:
The Craft Of Acting, Character Development, Character Exploration, The Voice, The Physicality Of A Character, Script Breakdown, Improvisation, Audition & Casting Preparation, Showreel & Screen Test Preparation and Personal Development. Our Private Coaching Classes are held in West Perth or Bull Creek.
$60.00 Introductory Class (55 mins) (one student to one teacher)
$88.00 per class (60 mins) (one student to one teacher) or
$55.00 per class (60 mins) (group of two students to one teacher)
Enrol in our Private Coaching Classes or contact us for additional details.
What Our Students Say About us
After taking classes with Loren I have become far more confident in myself and his classes constantly challenge and inspire me, and I have seen the realistic potential of acting as a career. Loren pays attention to his students' needs and he always does his best to fulfill them. - Brendan Ellis
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I contacted Acting Classes In Perth for coaching for an audition. I passed my audition and got a featured role in a TVC, thanks to Acting Classes in Perth. - Cathy Prastides
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10 Acting Tips For Beginners
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #05 Great acting is invisible, that is, we don't notice the actor is acting, we believe they are the character. The quickest way to destroy this believability is to overact or act mechanically (just read out the lines like a robot). Find the emotion behind what your character is saying and portray that emotion in a subtle and natural way.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #07 Study actors you admire and identify what you like about their acting and then do some research on what acting techniques they use that have helped them develop their acting skills.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #10 Take other classes that will help with your acting (even if in indirect ways such as improving your confidence or reducing anxiety), such as dancing, singing, voice coaching, movement, yoga.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #15 Never fake it. Develop a deep understanding of your character so that you can portray their emotions truthfully, people can tell if you're just pretending to feel the emotions.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #21 Beware of upstaging or overshadowing other actors, it may make you stand out more but not for the right reasons. Which is not to say that you shouldn't let your talent shine, just that you need to remember that you are working as part of a team.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #27 Learn from the world around you. Keep your eyes and ears open to everything that happens around you, and study people's unique traits, you never know when you might need to play a character that's similar to the waitress at your local cafe.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #30 Avoid gossip and bitchiness. It may seem harmless if everyone else is doing it but avoid the temptation because you never know when it might come back to bite you. A crew member might overhear you and pass on your comments to the person you are gossiping about, or the producer or director might hear of your comments and consider you unprofessional.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #32 Pick the right monologue for you. As your monologue is often your main selling tool it should be one that highlights your strengths. Pick a monologue that is appropriate for your level of experience and training. One that is too advanced will only show your weaknesses. Research and breakdown the monologue so that you are prepared if the casting director asks you questions about your character, the story, or its themes.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #40 Learn from your mistakes and don't be your own worst critic. There is no such thing as a perfect actor. Becoming a great actor is a process of learning and one of the main lessons to learn is that everyone has strengths and weakness. Acknowledge and work on your weakness, but don't beat yourself up continually about them, and be proud of your strengths.
Acting Classes In Perth Tip #47 Market yourself. In this day and age, you have to keep up with the game. You need to promote yourself through marketing avenues such as your own website (think of it as an online resume and portfolio) as well as social networking sites.