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Liquid Bubbles

2024 CLASSES

2024 Schedule

Welcome to our 11-month acting program, designed to help you develop your skills and achieve your career goals. Our program is divided into three trimesters, each lasting three months, and one final month for review and presentation.

 

Here is an overview of what you can expect from our program:

Trimester 1 (January 17th - March 31st):

  • Weeks 1-4: Introduction to acting techniques: Students will learn basic acting techniques and exercises to help them develop their skills for the stage and screen.

  • Weeks 5-8: Script analysis and character development: Students will learn how to analyze scripts and develop their characters, including backstory, motivation, and relationships with other characters.

  • Weeks 9-12: Audition techniques and personal branding: Students will learn how to prepare for auditions and how to develop their personal brand as actors.

Trimester 2 (April 3rd - June 30th):

  • Weeks 1-4: Scene studies: Students will work on scenes from plays and movies, practicing their acting techniques and developing their characters.

  • Weeks 5-8: Dialect training: Students will learn how to develop authentic accents and dialects for their characters.

  • Weeks 9-12: Monologue preparation and presentation: Students will learn how to prepare and present monologues for auditions and performances.

Trimester 3 (July 3rd - September 30th):

  • Weeks 1-4: Advanced scene studies: Students will work on more complex scenes, challenging them to push their acting skills further.

  • Weeks 5-8: On-camera acting techniques: Students will learn how to act for the camera, including blocking, framing, and working with a crew.

  • Weeks 9-12: Industry preparation: Students will learn about the acting industry, including how to find an agent, market themselves, and navigate auditions.

Month 11 (October 2nd- November 3oth):

  • Weeks 1-4: Final project preparation: Students will work on a final project, which will showcase their skills and abilities as actors.

  • Week 5: Final project presentation: Students will present their final projects to an audience, including industry professionals, family, and friends.

In addition to the main curriculum, we will also offer workshops and guest lectures on various topics related to acting, such as improvisation, stage combat, and voice-over acting. We believe that our program will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed as an actor and achieve your goals.

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