Getting up my acting chops?


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Getting up my acting chops?

Postby WinkingEmoticon » Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:35 pm

Hey, everyone. I've been taking classes for a little bit and just got a few practice groups started, so I'm pretty excited. So here's my question:

Before taking classes at UCB, I hadn't acted since I was 11 years old (I'm 26 now). I want to continue to improve and I've noticed that almost everyone else taking classes is an actor (someone who wants to perform professionally). I feel like I'm doing pretty well and improving my skills, but I still basically feel like a weak actor. So 1) can any of you actors recommend any acting class or something for beginners who are also serious (not flakes), and 2) can any of you non-actor improvisers offer your insight/advice on continuing to improve at improv? Thanks y'all

Peace
;)
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Re: Getting up my acting chops?

Postby bweaver » Thu Nov 11, 2010 9:31 pm

What's up?! I hope I help you out here. Let me know how your acting goes if you eventually choose a studio. Scott Sedita Studios I hear is good, http://www.scottseditaacting.com/
I hear Warner Laughlin is good: http://www.warnerloughlin.com/
I've heard Steve Eastin is good but it's all on camera: http://eastinstudio.com/
and I studied at Ivana Chubbuck's Studio and they are good: http://www.chubbucktechnique.com/

I hope you get what you want. Please let me know how it works out for you.
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Re: Getting up my acting chops?

Postby WinkingEmoticon » Tue Nov 16, 2010 10:57 pm

Thanks! I'll let you know
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