Storytelling & Script Analysis
How Actors Break Down Scripts & Sides to Tell a Better Story
- Starts Nov 1Starts Nov 1
- 395 US dollars$395
- Online over Zoom
OVERVIEW In this online class, actors will read scripts and sides, learn and apply analysis techniques, participate in lessons and engage in lively discussion. Each actor can anticipate on reading 1-3 scripts per week. LENGTH OF CLASS 3 Hours, Once a Week, for 4 Weeks PREREQUISITE A free consultation is required to join this class (schedule your consultation on the booking page). I want to meet you and make sure this is a great fit for you. WHO IS THIS CLASS FOR? This class is designed for professional actors looking for a renewed sense of craft and a huge boost of confidence.
Coaching Policies - Payment for your coaching session must be received before the scheduled session through the portal on the SOTRS website. - Coaching Sessions are non-refundable. - If you need to reschedule your coaching session, you must do so at least 12 hours prior to your scheduled session. - If you fail to give notice prior to the 12 hours, you forfeit your right to reschedule your session. - Rescheduled sessions must be scheduled within one year of the original session. - In the unlikely event that the Coach is unable to attend, the session will be rescheduled. Class Policies - Payment is due in full using the links for class registration on the SOTRS website. - All class payments are nonrefundable & non transferable within two weeks of the class start date. It is the actor’s responsibility to be committed to the class for which they have enrolled and to help ensure our small class size at the studio. - Any requests to withdraw enrollment from a class needs to be made in writing two weeks prior to the class start date. Eighty percent of your class payment will be refunded when the request to drop the class is approved two weeks prior to the start of class. - Our studio classes are in high-demand and often fill up. Because of this, we do not pro-rate for actors who begin a class and drop or miss class time due to personal conflicts. Actors are responsible for attending the full duration of a class and for making up any missed work on their own time.
Los Angeles, CA, USA