What You Get
・Self Tape Practice and Feedback
・Great Handpicked Sides
・In-Class Acting/Process Work
・Small Class Sizes
・Build confidence in your screenplay
・Make Art & Have Fun
And so much more!
Self-Tape Acting WorkshoP & Drop-IN
It's time to Embrace it: Auditioning will never be the same again. So let's make the most of it.
These are online acting and technical-setup classes where we will use the distance between us to our advantage.
Everything is moving online now, and we have to keep up with the times.
Get inspired to flow with the current situation and
become a viable, confident on-camera actor.
you are the PRODUCER, DIRECTOR and STAR of your MOVIE
ONline workshop & drop-in
For the Self-Tape & On-Camera
Newcomer & Those who just want Practice & need Deadlines
HOW TO A week before the start of class you will get an info pack on self-tapes which will contain advice about equipment and some tutorials and examples of what a good self-tape needs to look like.
INTRO ASSIGNMENT Then I will ask you to send in a short intro video telling us a little about yourself. I will also ask that you take a picture or film your self-tape setup. This is so that I can get to know you a little and address any technical difficulties. This is also a great way to ease stress levels around setting up for your self-tape.
SELF TAPE From then on I will send out sides 4 days in advance and ask you to make a self-tape which is due the day before class. I will give notes for you to incorporate
CLASS we will work on each scene in class during the mock live audition the next day.
We will specifically focus on telling the story through the camera.
Each class is tailored to its student's needs.
By the end of class, your confidence will have increased exponentially.
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what PEOPLE are SAYING
Annelise's Virtual Audition Workshop is great because she is so meticulous. Annelise helps you dig deeper for every step of the process. Her direction will leave you with rich and useful material to work with in terms of characterization, text exploration, as well as learning essential self-tape techniques.
"Do not wait for enough time or money to accomplish what you think you have in mind. Work with what you have right now. Work with the people around you right now. Do not wait for what you assume is the appropriate, stress-free environment in which to generate expression. Do not wait till you are sure that you know what you are doing. What you do now, what you make of your present circumstances, will determine the quality and scope of your future endeavors."