In a workshop, active coaching takes place. Actors are entitled to at least three takes: the initial take they bring to the session, direction one, then direction two.From one performance to the next, constructive criticism is provided in an effort to hone the actor's craft.The director in the session may request additional takes from the actor, should they choose to.A brief Q&A session takes place at the end of the session.
In a seminar, the presenter will disseminate information in a TEDTalk style forum.All actors are expected to turn their cameras and microphones off in order to allow the presenter an uninterrupted presentation.Discussions about the information may take place via the chat during and after the presentation.A brief Q&A session takes place at the end of the session.
In a workout, actors are entitled to at least three performances of their chosen scripts: the initial take they bring to the session, direction one, then direction two.The director in the session may request additional takes from the actor, should they choose to.No teaching is expected to take place, as the purpose of the session is to exercise the actors' craft. The director, however, may provide constructive criticism should they choose to.A brief Q&A session takes place at the end of the session.
In a Q&A session, actors will have opportunities to ask questions in regards to their craft.Specific and contextual questions that are applicable to one's own journey, instead of an answer that can be found on Google, are highly recommended.
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Welcome! The scripts below are intentionally devoid of specs in order to encourage you to make strong, bold contextual choices. Craft an interesting, engaging, and compelling moment, and I’ll see you in the session.