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Cell 954-608-1606
Email theactorsworkshop@hotmail.com
Website www.theactorsworkshop.org
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Description of Services

The Actors Workshop - Introductory 
is an intensive “8 week” program, including vocal exercises, improvisation, scene work and professional acting sides. Taught in New York and Los Angeles, even the newest individual to acting gains techniques and tools, giving every student consistent ability as an actor. Focused on the individuals own ability, this workshop has been described by students as life changing. As profiled by "Sun Sentinel, Boca News, New Times & Iris Acker 'Onstage T.V," The Actors Workshop offers classes for adults interested in tapping into their creative side, learning to improve public speaking and presentation skills, overcoming shyness, looking to have fun or seeking a professional career as in acting.

The goals of my workshop are to provide the most consistent training, comprehension and respect for the "craft of acting", an understanding of all mediums - including film, television and theatre - with one consistent technique, in a safe environment which will allow the beginner or experienced student to realize they can live their passion whether pursuing a career or their own personal journey, no matter their age.

Having started working professionally as an actress and singer at the age of nine, I worked all over the world, so when I founded "The Actors Workshop of South Florida,” I was determined to teach the most consistent techniques and tools that I had used in my career, and not the many things I had learned in theory in class-rooms but that I found did not serve me. The point was to get to the 'Truth' immediately.

My priority is a safe environment for my students; they work at their individual level, and only encouragement and support is taught. The "Introductory" workshop starts with a focus on foundation relaxation and vocal exercises, and includes improvisation. We work with professional sides and application of the technique before moving on to focus on scene work, culminating in a showcase. As a professional actor and director, my students have the opportunity to experience the working environment with me.

Assessment methods: Questions and answers are a consistent part of our program, for all to learn from and then put into action. The showcase and student's respect for the work and fellow workshop members are an opportunity to see if they are ready to advance in our 'Ongoing' workshop.

After 10 years of teaching our techniques, we have seen the results of our training whether students gain a career or personal growth, self-esteem and passion in their lives, and respect from the industry. 
 

Grade Level:

9-12th

Number of Participants:

Min. 6 - Max. 30-40

Duration:

8 workshops at 3 hours per workshop over 8 weeks

Audience/Environment:

Will accept non-specialization; juvenile justice, at risk, seniors, shelter-based, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Standards:

LA.A.1.4, LA.A.2.4, LA.B.1.4, LA.B.2.4, LA.C.1.4, LA.C.2.4, LA.C.3.4, LA.D.1.4, LA.D.2.4, LA.E.1.4, LA.E.2.4, TH.A.1.4, TH.A.2.4, TH.A.3.4, TH.B.1.4, TH.C.1.4, TH.D.1.4, TH.E.1.4

Fees:

$150 per student (flat fee negotiable based on registration).

Disciplines:

Theatre

Contact:

Phone:        954-421-7469
Cell:
           954-608-1606
Email:
         theactorsworkshop@hotmail.com
Web:          www.theactorsworkshop.org

 

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Film/On-Camera Workshop 
This is one of our many "Short Programs" offered. "Film/On-camera workshop" is an intensive program, including vocal exercises, improvisation, audition techniques, script / cold-read analysis, scene work and technical production. Taught in New York and Los Angeles, this program gives young students techniques for those looking to gain more formidable training to advance their interest in acting. As a professional actor and director, my students have the opportunity to experience the working environment with me.

Our workshops focus on the individual’s own ability, allowing the student to tap into their creative side, gain self-esteem, improve public speaking and presentation skills, overcome shyness, have fun and gain insight into the professional world of acting. This program is designed to give the young student an insight into the world of film making, to allow them to become a part of the process from script ideas, to casting, to production, so they can participate in all elements of the process, understanding how the mediums of film and theatre contrast. This workshop empowers the student to see that they have a voice in the process and believe that their thoughts and ideas are valid and can be developed to help them gain self-esteem and confidence.

At a time when the importance of the arts as a profession is not a priority, it is my goal to show both the student and the adult that this is a real career if chosen and what the professional expectations are, should the student aspire to pursue the career of being an actor. In this technological world it is important to keep the young person connected to their emotions so that that they can trust their instincts. For all of my workshops my priority is a safe environment for my students, so they can work at their optimum. Foundation vocal and relaxation exercises are always taught in my programs. My focus is to immediately connect the students with each other, using a selection of couple and group exercises and improvisation to achieve this. I use a foundation technique for my younger students in which we identify characteristics in each student so that they then apply them to understanding the character.

I explain that there is a process and that there are many involved in the process that are owed as much respect and credit as the actor, and since each student participates in the process from pitch idea to production, it is a team effort and the actor is expected to be prepared as a part of that production. Each student also performs a role on-camera, and the whole class contributes their ideas. I have found not only does this process teach awareness and respect for the process but also self-confidence for the student as part of an ensemble.

For me an early indicator is the sudden light in the student's eyes and surge of energy that this is going to be fun. In young students I particularly see if they are focused, listening and participating. Often there is "homework,” whether that is memorizing their lines, communicating with their scene partners or bringing a prop. I can see that the student is paying attention to their responsibilities and how that now affects more than just themselves

There is consistent question and answer time. I am always available to speak with parents and answer questions, and I also want to know what their children are saying to them and responding.

My workshop is completed with a viewing of the film made.

Assessment methods consist of discussion with the individual student and their scene partners. My observation of student's respecting the work and fellow workshop students, through their comments and behavior. Final show-case presentation. Final class discussion and questions with students.

Grade Level:

6-12th

Number of Participants:

Min. 6 - Max. 30-60

Duration:

8 workshops at 2 hours (or 1 day program) per workshop over 8 weeks

Audience/Environment:

Will accept non-specialization; juvenile justice, at risk, seniors, shelter-based, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Standards:

LA.A.1.3, LA.A.2.3, LA.B.1.3, LA.B.2.3, LA.C.1.3, LA.C.2.3, LA.C.3.3, LA.D.1.3,
LA.D.2.3, LA.E.1.3, LA.E.2.3, TH.A.1.3, TH.A.2.3, TH.A.3.3, TH.B.1.3, TH.C.1.3, TH.D.1.3, TH.E.1.3, LA.A.1.4, LA.A.2.4,
LA.B.1.4, LA.B.2.4, LA.C.1.4, LA.C.2.4, LA.C.3.4, LA.D.1.4, LA.D.2.4, LA.E.1.4, LA.E.2.4, TH.A.1.4, TH.A.2.4, TH.A.3.4, TH.B.1.4, TH.C.1.4, TH.D.1.4, TH.E.1.4

Fees:

$200 per participant / negotiable based on registration.

Disciplines:

Theatre

Contact:

Phone:        954-421-7469
Cell:
           954-608-1606
Email:
         theactorsworkshop@hotmail.com
Web:           www.theactorsworkshop.org

   

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Ongoing Workshop 
For the actor who has completed the "8 week, Introductory" course and wants to take their experience to the next level. This is the only "Ongoing" workshop in South Florida, akin to working in Los Angeles and New York, where even the professional actor is a member of a workshop which allows one to "keep their tools" sharp. This includes everything from preparing for up-coming auditions and participating in industry showcases to networking with fellow actors and the industry, from castings to preparing head-shots and a resume, all at a minimal cost. It is a foundation to which they may always return, whether working as a professional actor or in community theatre. Morale is very important to the sensitivities of a creative mind.

 The "Ongoing" workshop allows the student to take what they have learned in the "Introductory" and gain consistency and challenge themselves, bringing greater confidence to the actor from audition through performance, so that they are the most consistent, professional and prepared actor possible. I teach respect for the "craft of acting.” Having started working professionally as an actress and singer at the age of nine, I worked all over the world while making a living but I always felt that something was missing. In 1985, while studying in Los Angeles I found that missing piece, a technique that got to the truth immediately and gave a consistency unlike anything I had yet experienced. This technique changed my life and career.

When I founded "The Actors Workshop of South Florida,” I was determined to teach the most consistent techniques and tools that I had used in my career, not the many things I had learned in theory in classrooms but that I found did not serve me. The point was to get to the 'truth' immediately.  I continue to prioritize a safe environment for my students. Now the student must intensify their experience from the “Introductory” workshop, and continue to see that acting is about the ensemble and respect for fellow actors. As a professional actor and director, I give my students the opportunity to experience the working environment.

As members of the "Ongoing" workshop, my students receive a 50% discount on private classes and our "Short" programs so that students can intensify their work and discovery without financial hardship. They are also aware that stage time is a privilege, so they must be prepared if they are going on stage.

Students continue to learn from watching and listening to not only the teacher but their fellow students. Every class starts with foundation relaxation and vocal exercises. Although the focus of the "Ongoing" workshop is intensive scene study and monologue development, I continue to surprise my students with various exercises, including improvisation or repetition exercises such as the 'Meisner' technique.

As it is my goal to have the most professionally trained and prepared actors, I hold an annual "On-camera / Cold reading" workshop, at minimal cost, which helps the student understand that one technique can apply to all mediums. I continue to teach the technique I discovered in Los Angeles over 10 years into my professional career, which is the most consistent that I have ever worked with. I continue to see my students challenge themselves, trusting their foundation and the character they are discovering. My students also know to, and do, phone me at any time for direction during their own rehearsals, for personal direction to continue to develop to their optimum, or for career advice.

Many indicators of progress are consistent with the 'Introductory' workshop in the work and the individual. Current "Ongoing" students are partnered with new students, which allows the current student to support the new student as they were supported. Through direction and performance, you can see how students grasp the work and continues to challenge themselves, as well as what their choices are now that they fully comprehend the technique they are using.

We hold annual showcases that industry members attend, preparing our students to build a career while understanding industry requirements and focusing for auditioning.

I continue to speak with students between classes and, through the sort of questions my students now ask and their responses to answers, I also observe how the student carry themselves over time. Consistent discussion with the individual student and their scene partners, also application of their technique is constant. I observe my student's respect for the work and fellow workshop members through their comments and behavior. The students themselves often volunteer the inspiring impact our training is making not only in their careers but in their lives.

After 10 years of teaching our techniques we have seen the results of our training whether students gain a career or personal growth, self-esteem and passion in their lives and respect from the industry.

Grade Level:

9-12th

Number of Participants:

Min. 6 - Max. 50

Duration:

3 hours per workshop on a month to month basis

Audience/Environment:

Will accept non-specialization; juvenile justice, at risk, seniors, shelter-based, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Standards:

LA.A.1.4, LA.A.2.4, LA.B.1.4, LA.B.2.4, LA.C.1.4, LA.C.2.4, LA.C.3.4, LA.D.1.4, LA.D.2.4, LA.E.1.4, LA.E.2.4, TH.A.1.4, TH.A.2.4, TH.A.3.4, TH.B.1.4, TH.C.1.4, TH.D.1.4, TH.E.1.4

Fees:

$100 a month.

Disciplines:

Theatre

Contact:

Phone:        954-421-7469
Cell:
           954-608-1606
Email:
         theactorsworkshop@hotmail.com
Web:           www.theactorsworkshop.org

 

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Shakespeare 101 
A fun and inspiring re-visit to the great classic bard, William Shakespeare. Whether you are approaching university or seeking a new perspective, this workshop combines improvisation, scripts and individual experience to un-cover the mystery of William Shakespeare, and return to the fun and timeless relevance of his words.

This workshop is focused on understanding how the words of the greatest playwright in history can be understood and relevant in this 21st century. At a young age I was inspired, fascinated and appreciated, the words of William Shakespeare, and read many of his plays and sonnets but found in school that my teacher did not know how to communicate its relevance and inspire us to enjoy reading and performing, which made me find ways to communicate it to my fellow students, which then did inspire them.

I began my professional career with the original "Globe" theatre in London, England and was consistently asked by actors and students alike how they could better understand the classics and take the mystery out of the dialogue. So my goal has been to take the confusion and intimidation out of reading and appreciating Shakespeare, to share its relevance and quite simply the stories of politics, history, comedy and love, all relevant today.

For all of my workshops, my priority is a safe environment for my students, so they can work at their optimum. So much perception is that Shakespeare is serious and overwhelming, so I immediately focus on bringing in laughter and relaxation to the class, including vocalization exercises. We do improvisation in which we start playing with classical dialogue and physical communication.

I personally perform a Shakespearean monologue to indicate and inspire the students to understand the direction of the workshop.

Voice and diction and language rhythm is an important focus of the class as we focus on a choice of recognizable quotes from Shakespeare. I communicate the stories in Shakespeare and through discussion, students recognize its current relevance and personally identify, so that we can now perform the scenes and monologues with confidence of a personal connection to the dialogue and story.

I am always available to my students to answer questions including in-between classes.

St. Thomas University, Miami: I designed a workshop to respond to their 'Renaissance Day', teaching a one day workshop. The program included university students and local high school students. Members of our “Ongoing” company performed a pre-rehearsed scene from Shakespeare to inspire the students as to what was possible and then supervised the individual groups, which I then observed and gave direction. We brought the students together for a run-through before they put on their costumes for the performance for the banquet that evening. The response of their fellow students and teachers was an inspiration to the students and what they had accomplished in a matter of just several hours.

For me an early indicator is the sudden light in the student's eyes and surge of energy, that all of their numbing pre-conceptions have past, and that this is going to be fun.

Comfort with rhythm and language is an indicator that, once understood, allows the student to take more chances with their performance and choices. When I hear the student speak of the story and dialogue with a familiarity, similar to them reading the day's newspaper, I know that the student is no longer overwhelmed by all their previous concerns.

Through continued direction and performance the grasping of the work can be seen, revealing an application of direction, rhythm, use of blocking, props, dialogue and projection. There is consistent question and answer time.

Assessment methods consist of discussion with the individual student and their scene partners, my observation of student's respect for the work and their fellow workshop members. Also through the student's comments and behavior.  All of my workshops complete with a showcase and final 'class experience forms'.  Assessment for our "one day" workshop at "St. Thomas University” came in the response from the students and teachers who were inspired to hold more programs and of course feedback from my "Ongoing" students who participated.

Grade Level:

6-12th

Number of Participants:

Min. 6 - Max. 30-40

Duration:

4 workshops at 2.5 hours per workshop (or 1 day programs) over 4 weeks

Audience/Environment:

Will accept non-specialization; juvenile justice, at risk, seniors, shelter-based, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Standards:

LA.A.1.3, LA.A.2.3, LA.B.1.3, LA.B.2.3, LA.C.1.3, LA.C.2.3, LA.C.3.3, LA.D.1.3, LA.D.2.3, LA.E.1.3, LA.E.2.3, TH.A.1.3, TH.A.2.3, TH.A.3.3, TH.B.1.3, TH.C.1.3, TH.D.1.3, TH.E.1.3, LA.A.1.4, LA.A.2.4, LA.B.1.4, LA.B.2.4, LA.C.1.4, LA.C.2.4, LA.C.3.4, LA.D.1.4, LA.D.2.4, LA.E.1.4, LA.E.2.4, TH.A.1.4, TH.A.2.4, TH.A.3.4, TH.B.1.4, TH.C.1.4, TH.D.1.4, TH.E.1.4

Fees:

$100 per participant / negotiable based on registration.

Disciplines:

Theatre

Contact:

Phone:        954-421-7469
Cell:
            954-608-1606
Email:
         theactorsworkshop@hotmail.com
Web:           www.theactorsworkshop.org

 

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Summer Teen Program 
The Actors Workshop for Young People
is an intensive program, including vocal exercises, improvisation, audition techniques and scene work. Taught in New York and Los Angeles, this program gives young students techniques for those looking to gain more formidable training to advance their interest in acting.  This workshop focuses on the individuals own ability, allowing the student to tap into their creative side, gain self-esteem, improve public speaking and presentation skills, overcome shyness, have fun and gain insight into the professional world of acting.

As a professional actor and director my students have the opportunity to experience the working environment with me and my having begun working professionally at the age of nine, I have found this to open a line of communication and credibility that has inspired my young students. 

This program is designed to give the young student a voice, to believe that their thoughts and ideas are valid and can be developed to help them gain self-esteem and confidence, whether they are choosing a career in the arts or seeking skills in life development. Having begun working professionally at the age of nine, I have found this to open a line of communication and credibility that has inspired my young students.

In this technological world it is important to keep the young person connected to their emotions so that that they can trust their instincts and not be imprisoned in the barriers they have developed for emotional or physical survival.

For all of my workshops my priority is a safe environment for my students, so they can work at their optimum, and recognition of the individual. I use a selection of couple and group exercises to focus and relax my students.

I teach a foundation technique for my younger students to understand; we identify characteristics in each student so that they can apply that and understand their character. After working with professional "sides" in scene work, the students go on to develop their own scripts with a theme question. The students work together, developing their scripts and character before rehearsing and developing the scene for a final showcase. I have found not only does this process teach awareness and respect for the writer and honoring their intention but also self-confidence in the student and their accomplishment.

I pay a great deal of attention to seeing that all students are being heard, that enthusiasm is not mistaken for domination and that the shy students are not overshadowed but heard.

For me an early indicator is the sudden light in the student's eyes and surge of energy that this is going to be fun. In young students I particularly see if they are focused, listening and participating. Often there is “homework,” a variety of exercises or scene partner communication, it is important for me to see the student returns to class with those details.

There is consistent question and answer time.  I am always available to speak with parents and answer questions, I also want to know what their children are saying to them and responding.   My workshops completes with a showcase.

Assessment methods: Consistent discussion with the individual student and their scene partners. Observation of student's respect for the work and fellow workshop members, through their comments and behavior. Final showcase presentation. Final class discussion and questions with students as to what they have learned in this workshop.

Grade Level:

6-12th

Number of Participants:

Min. 6 - Max. 30-60

Duration:

5 days per week at 6.5 hours per week over 1-2 weeks (or 1 day program)

Audience/Environment:

Will accept non-specialization; juvenile justice, at risk, seniors, shelter-based, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Standards:

LA.A.1.3, LA.A.2.3, LA.B.1.3, LA.B.2.3, LA.C.1.3, LA.C.2.3, LA.C.3.3, LA.D.1.3, LA.D.2.3, LA.E.1.3, LA.E.2.3, TH.A.1.3, TH.A.2.3, TH.A.3.3, TH.B.1.3, TH.C.1.3, TH.D.1.3, TH.E.1.3, LA.A.1.4, LA.A.2.4, LA.B.1.4, LA.B.2.4, LA.C.1.4, LA.C.2.4, LA.C.3.4, LA.D.1.4, LA.D.2.4, LA.E.1.4, LA.E.2.4, TH.A.1.4, TH.A.2.4, TH.A.3.4, TH.B.1.4, TH.C.1.4, TH.D.1.4, TH.E.1.4

Fees:

$200 per week per participant / negotiable based on registration.

Disciplines:

Theatre

Contact:

Phone:        954-421-7469
Cell:
            954-608-1606
Email:
         theactorsworkshop@hotmail.com
Web:           www.theactorsworkshop.org

 

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The Actors Workshop for Young People  
The Actors Workshop for Young People
is an intensive program, including vocal exercises, improvisation, audition techniques and scene work. Taught in New York and Los Angeles, this program gives young students techniques for those looking to gain more formidable training to advance their interest in acting.  A variety of programs are also available: “Voice and Diction, Monologue Study, On-camera/Cold reading, Script Analysis, Scene Study, Know Your Type and Getting Cast 101”. These programs are developed to enhance the individual and group learning experience, so no program is the same and a class can change as elements present themselves.

For example my last program was held during the media attention on bullying and teen suicide, and so we discussed the issues and how that affects the individual. Or as one group was not developing as quickly as another I adapted the class to include some "voice and diction" exercises.

Our workshops focus on the individuals own ability, allowing the student to tap into their creative side, gain self-esteem, improve public speaking and presentation skills, overcome shyness, have fun and gain insight into the professional world of acting.  This program is designed to give the young student a voice, to believe that their thoughts and ideas are valid and can be developed to help them gain self-esteem and confidence. I teach respect for the "craft of acting.”  As a professional actor and director my students have the opportunity to experience the working environment with me and my having begun working professionally at the age of nine, I have found this to open a line of communication and credibility that has inspired my young students.

At a time when the importance of the arts as a profession is not a priority it is my goal to show both the student and the adult that this is a real career if chosen and the professional expectations should the student aspire to pursue the career of being an actor.  In this technological world it is important to keep the young person connected to their emotions so that that they can trust their instincts and not be imprisoned in the barriers they have developed for emotional or physical survival.  For all of my workshops my priority is a safe environment for my students, so they can work at their optimum. All of my workshops teach foundation relaxation and vocal exercises, which the student can continue to use in their daily lives.  My focus is to immediately connect the students with each other. I use a selection of couple and group exercises and improvisation to achieve this.

I teach a foundation technique for my younger students to understand how to identify and develop their character. We identify these characteristics in each student so that they can apply them in understanding the character is just as dimensional. We work with professional "sides" in scene work, and monologues, including a comedy or drama, so that the student can learn what is expected from auditioning.

Students go on to develop their own scripts from a theme question, working together in groups, developing their script and character before rehearsing and developing the scene for a final showcase. I have found not only does this process teach awareness and respect for the writer and honoring their intention but also self-confidence in the student and their accomplishment.

I pay a great deal of attention to seeing that all students are being heard, that enthusiasm is not mistaken for domination and that the shy students are not overshadowed but heard, the ability to work together, is a lesson in itself.

For me an early indicator is the sudden light in the student's eyes and surge of energy that this is going to be fun. In young students I particularly see if they are focused, listening and participating. Often there is "homework,” whether that is an observation exercise or communicating with their scene partner, so it is important for me to see the student returns to class with those details.

There is consistent question and answer time. I am always available to speak with parents and answer questions; I also want to know what their children are saying to them and how they are responding to their experience. My workshops all complete with a showcase.

Assessment methods: Consistent discussion with the individual student and their scene partners. Observation of student's respect for the work and fellow workshop members, through their comments and behavior. Final show-case presentation. Final class discussion and questions with students as to what they have learned in this workshop.

 

Grade Level:

6-12th

Number of Participants:

Min. 6 - Max. 30-60

Duration:

8 workshops at 2 hours per workshop over 8 weeks

Audience/Environment:

Will accept non-specialization; juvenile justice, at risk, seniors, shelter-based, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Standards:

LA.A.1.3, LA.A.2.3, LA.B.1.3, LA.B.2.3, LA.C.1.3, LA.C.2.3, LA.C.3.3, LA.D.1.3, LA.D.2.3, LA.E.1.3, LA.E.2.3, TH.A.1.3, TH.A.2.3, TH.A.3.3, TH.B.1.3, TH.C.1.3, TH.D.1.3, TH.E.1.3, LA.A.1.4, LA.A.2.4, LA.B.1.4, LA.B.2.4, LA.C.1.4, LA.C.2.4, LA.C.3.4, LA.D.1.4, LA.D.2.4, LA.E.1.4, LA.E.2.4, TH.A.1.4, TH.A.2.4, TH.A.3.4, TH.B.1.4, TH.C.1.4, TH.D.1.4, TH.E.1.4

Fees:

$200 per participant / negotiable based on registration.

Disciplines:

Theatre

Contact:

Phone:        954-421-7469
Cell:
           954-608-1606
Email:
         theactorsworkshop@hotmail.com
Web:           www.theactorsworkshop.org

 

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