On-Camera Acting Level I & II for Experienced Actors
Eric Reis (Acting Coach from New York)
This workshop is an introduction to the on-camera acting technique developed by Bob Krakower, one of the premiere acting teachers in the United States. Actors will perform scenes on camera, and discussions will follow. Topics include script analysis, auditioning, and self-tapes. The workshop is designed for advanced professionals and taught in English.
„I always make it apoint to work with Eric. I greatly trust his eye for what works on camera and know that I´ll feel better when I´ve had the chance to get his feedback. I´d highly recommend him to any actor looking to make the most out of their Film/Tv auditions.“ – Matt McGorry (Screen Actors Guild Award Winner. Selection of Credits Television: How to Get Away with Murder, Orange is the New Black, Gossip Girls)
"Working with Eric Reis is a blast! Apart from his positive energy he teaches a great deal of things about text analysis I didn’t even know I was missing until taking his class. He gives you honest feedback, so you know what you can work on and encourages you to challenge yourself. Having everyone do several scenes in front of the camera and then analyzing them and showing examples from movies makes this class a must-do for all actors who want to learn how do maximize their chances on getting parts at auditions." - Silviana Ursu
Normal Fee: 405 Euro 19% VAT incl. (2 days)
Early Registration: 365 Euro 19% VAT incl. (2 days)
LEVEL I & LEVEL II: Summer Special 665 Euro incl. MwSt.
Limited to 16 participants
Eric Reis is a respected acting teacher based in New York City. His clients include multiple Emmy, Tony, Screen Actors Guild, and Drama Desk Award winners, and have performed leading roles in the Broadway productions of Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Les Miserables, Rock of Ages, Waitress, and Mean Girls, among countless others. He regularly works behind the scenes prepping actors for their roles on successful TV shows on The USA Network, CBS, HULU, and NETFLIX, among others. You can learn more about his work by visiting his website here: www.ericreis.eu