Scene Study

Scene Study Aims to Perfect the Entirety

Scene study is one of our major courses that focus on developing your technique, craft, and artistic intelligence as an actor. Acting is one of the most straightforward yet most complicated forms of art. This course offers to go beyond acting rudimentary. Scene study aims to perfect the entirety of being an actor.
With scene study, you can effortlessly analyze a text. The course offers you not to imitate the character but to become the character. The course also focuses on your methodology’s current state, the acting techniques you are currently aligned to.

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The Instrument

The course poses a question to you as an actor; what is your instrument’s current construction? The instrument simply refers to the terminology of you as an actor, the totality of you. Therefore, with scene study, your methodology, scope, construction, and approaches that define you as an actor is examined. Like other good acting classes, scene study focuses on the essential components of your craft.

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The Elements

While you may consider yourself a great actor, some aspects of your craft are yet perfected. The course aims to examine these elements. Few of these elements include how you bring alive a character in a script, understanding your role, and connecting the character to your environment. These elements, when combined and fully understood, is what defines your craft.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SCENE STUDY?

The tools and techniques derived from this course guarantee an unprecedented and creative connection between you, the character, and the script.

THE CATASTROPHIC EFFECT OF HABITS

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Humans

As humans, we are biologically wired to employ certain routines and resort to some behavioral patterns subconsciously. This subconscious and repeated routine of behavior turns into reflexes over the years and is gradually incorporated into our daily activities.

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Actors

As actors, your habits can incidentally affect your craft, thereby hindering the free flow of creativity. HPracticescan has a catastrophic effect on your art. Habits develop into reflexes, and these reflexes can be subconsciously integrated into your craft.

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Hindering

Eventually, these habits either limit your potential, hinder your creative flow of being, or complicates your craft as a whole. You can think of habits integrated into your craft as driving without brakes. It will continuously hinder your free flow of thought and creativity.

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Help Deal With Habits

We are all social creatures; it’s only right we have habits. However, scene study can help you deal with habits and their effect on your craft. The course allows you to observe how your instrument- you, as an athlete- works both consciously and unconsciously.

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Watch Yourself

Think of it like watching yourself in a room filled with mirrors. You will be able to pinpoint the logical, creative choice you make while on stage, the habits you’re unaware of, plus how these elements combine to define your craft. This way, you can carefully utilize the tools and the techniques in the course to restructure your methodology by bringing it specifically into play. Therefore, we build an accurate and proper modus operandi characteristically tailored to your distinct qualities as an actor. That is, we are building your method.

SIMPLE YET STRAIGHTFORWARD

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Restructure your Methodology

This way, you can carefully utilize the tools and the techniques in the course to restructure your methodology by bringing it specifically into play. Therefore, we build an accurate and proper modus operandi characteristically tailored to your distinct qualities as an actor. That is, we are building your method.
Scene study looks at how relaxation work stops you from holding back and how the sense of memory enables you to fulfill your more remarkable acting ability, amongst others.
The course is quite simple and straightforward. Plus, it’s open to everyone. Possessing just acting elementary/basics is even more advantageous as you will not have any lousy acting habits that need correcting.
The course will help you take on primary acting challenges, how to connect the character to the play’s ambiance, and script interpretation. Therefore, scene study and its process of techniques can help you develop your acting ability.
Additionally, scene study will unlock a more profound and insightful understanding of your craft as an actor. The course will indirectly examine other components that combine to define your craft.

SHAPE YOU AS AN ACTOR

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Remarkable Aspects of Being an Actor

This way, your craft will include techniques, tools, and an improved methodology that will go on to shape you as an actor. Alongside improving, developing, and teaching you with profound tools and techniques, the course will also examine the more remarkable aspect of being an actor.
By adopting Lee Strasberg’s techniques, we will fully address all the elements of acting and how you can improve your craft as a whole. This includes channeling all your energy into temporarily becoming the actor you are to portray.
This also includes sufficiently immersing yourself into the script and using your emotions, together with your imagination, to understand the character’s surroundings so you can fully experience the circumstances that define the character.

CONSCIOUSLY OR UNCONSCIOUSLY BROUGHT INTO YOUR PERFORMANCE

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Develops your Craft

For example, how does the character’s tone reveal their attitude? How does the structure of your material inform your interpretation? How does the use of props enable you to explore and discover more of the character’s environment?
Scene study addresses these questions and how they are consciously or unconsciously brought into your performance. Therefore, the course just doesn’t improve your performance and acting skills but develops your craft as an actor.

PRINCIPAL FACTORS THAT WILL CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS

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Address the Principal Challenges

On the whole, scene study aims to address the principal challenges of your craft, including the effects of habits, its psychological contribution to your art, and how it can hold you back from reaching your maximum potential.
Furthermore, the course examines your methodology, your current construction, and other essential elements of your craft. The tools and techniques are principal factors that will continuously improve your skills as an actor.

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