Workshops for Actors at Eye in the Sky Entertainment
1950 Old Cuthbert Rd.,
Suite F, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 856-433-8985
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BEGINNING FEBRUARY 2010, EYE IN THE SKY ENTERTAINMENT WILL BE
HOSTING ACTING WORKSHOPS IN OUR CONVENIENT 3,000 SF STUDIO.
SPACIOUS ROOMS, CONFERENCE AREA, AND A THEATER WILL ALL BE
UTILIZED BY OUR EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS TO MAXIMIZE YOUR
MEISNER TECHNIQUE with TOM LENIHAN
and Wednesdays 6pm-9pm, classes beginning February
per 3hr class includes refreshments, payable at
beginning of each class
Classes will consist
of exercises and scene work to teach actors to trust
their unique instincts, and to respond truthfully from
their humanity. Actors will build a solid foundation in
“the reality of doing” and finding the truth within
themselves. Commitment to this work lets actors meet the
demands of any role.
Guided by the principles of the Meisner Technique, Mr.
Lenihan has been studying and building his craft since
1985. He has co-taught with Robert X. Modica (a teacher
alongside Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood
Playhouse). Whether you have the impulse to act, direct,
teach, or write, Mr. Lenihan can help foster your
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|Acting for Film
This comprehensive program has been designed to give each
student specific tools to meet the demands of working on camera
for film. The class will explore such issues as performance
size, the difference between acting for theatre and film,
hitting marks, close-ups, behavioral continuity, subtext and
screenplay analysis - adding elements one at a time.
This course deals with the problem facing the actor when he must
audition with material he is given on the spot. This class
guides the actor in making quick and decisive choices.
This course is designed to build professional level audition
skills. You will learn how to interpret the character and
analyze the script in a fully imaginative, risk-taking way in
order to book the job. A camera will be utilized during this
|Acting for Writers
Most successful dramatic writers from Shakespeare to Mamet have
had a working and practical understanding of the actor's craft.
It is the goal of this class to help writers to develop new
dimension in their work by experiencing the process of acting.
In addition to taking part in acting exercises with fellow
writers, attendees will learn to write scripts that consider the
needs of the actor. The class will be taught by Michael Lamanna,
a writer, actor, director and producer who has been working in
theatre, film and television for over ten years.