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It’s been a while since I been in touch. I have been working on a way to stop continuity on set being an obligation and instead allowing it to become an essential part of your creative process. The core of this approach is about understanding that physical actions can be a way of deepening how you reveal the inner life of your character and the story of the scene. The workshop will also illuminate and enable you to viscerally experience how physical actions affect how you feel just as much as how you feel affects what you do.
Each participant will be working on a scene provided by me.
The class will probably fill up quickly so you should contact me ASAP if you are interested. Even if you can’t do it can you pass this on to your actor friends.
All the best,
Crucial to acting, continuity means performing the same physical actions identically in every take. Actors who can’t internalize their continuity get a troublesome reputation very quickly.Jordon Goldman – editor on The Shield and Homeland
To understand how to use continuity creatively in your performance on set changes how you prepare for the shoot. All Directors, DP’s and Editors understand the crucial importance of continuity, actors rarely do. They often see it as an impediment to the spontaneity of their performance.
For the actor who does even consider continuity it is usually felt as an obligation. In this workshop Richard will share with you a different way of looking at continuity so you can fully integrate the physical actions before you come to set.
The core of this approach is about understanding that physical actions are a way of deepening how you can reveal the inner life of your character and the story of the scene. The workshop will also illuminate and enable you to viscerally experience how physical actions affect how you feel just as much as how you feel affects what you do. You will prepare and work on a scene provided by Richard in the course of the workshop.
Saturday, June 3rd, from 2pm-6pm
Saturday, June 10th, from 1pm-7pm
Los Angeles Studio
4949 Hollywood Blvd. #203
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Total Cost: $175
Maximum of 16 people.
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