Donna Belajac Actors Studio

Intermediate Acting for Theatre and Film

Intermediate Acting for Theatre and Film

The objective of this class is to advance and refine students’ acting technique and to increase their confidence in their performance through:

  • Cold reading
  • Scene study
  • Presentation of scenes
  • Preparation of two contrasting monologues
  • Mock auditions

 Wednesdays, January 31, 2024 – May 15, 2024

            Thursdays, February, 1, 2024 – May 16, 2024

Note: Instructor will determine which night the student attends based on their audition

Where:  109 Market Street, Downtown

Tuition:  $550


Intermediate students will work intensively with scenes from contemporary and classical plays as well as screenplays to continue clarifying and more deeply integrating and strengthening their technique, drawing on the great methods of Stanislavski, Uta Hagen, and Sanford Meisner. Students move from one assignment to the next as they master objectives defined by the instructor.

NOTE: An audition is required for placement, in addition to completion of Beginner II or commensurate training. Email to schedule an in-person audition consisting of 2 contrasting monologues. Please attach a headshot and resume to the email. Students will receive a syllabus at the first class, as well as a written evaluation at the end of the semester.