Weekend Workshop (one weekend per month), applying two highly effective film acting techniques: Tony Barr & Lesly Kahn.
We live in a new golden age of television as reflected on quality content worldwide from streaming platforms (Netflix, HBO, Amazon, etc). There is constant demand for material that can be exported to other countries.
Castings for projects in English are common and actors should be ready for such opportunities. Acting in a foreign language requires a lot of practice so it's important to start training and continue on a constant basis.
We will work on scenes from comedy and drama as well as subgenres such as thriller, sitcom, procedurals, dramedy or black comedy.
Each weekend provides time for rehearsal, recording and viewing the material. Each student receives personalized coaching and analysis of their performance.
Please note that this course will be taught entirely in English.
The Tony Barr technique has become an essential reference in film acting highlighting the process of observation and listening. There’s great emphasis on text analysis, points of focus, perceiving overall behavior and internal process in order to reach an organic and convincing reaction. Furthermore, finding the appropriate emotion and its implicit inner rhythm helps inhabit the given circumstances in each scene. Understanding the different subgenres is also essential to accurately recreate the reality suggested on the page.
The Lesly Kahn technique on thoughts helps the actor achieve surprising specificity, adding constant nuance to his/her performance. It entails exploration and practice which awakens the imagination, allowing actors to constantly experience what they think and feel. It is an exercise aimed at providing words with specific value in order to avoid repetition, unconvincing performances, generalizations or vague ideas. Since the actor knows exactly WHAT he/she is doing at any given moment, it allows greater freedom to surrender to the experience, leaving the HOW (to do it) open to wonder, surprise, listening and observation.
Scenes are sent out to students in advance to memorize BEFORE the workshop.
You can still apply for a single weekend as long as there is a space left.
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Javier Alcina graduated from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, where he also attended the Lee Strasberg Institute. Receiving a Fox Fellowship Award, he continued training as a director with Anatoli Vassiliev in Russia & France. He also studied with Lesly Kahn in Hollywood and at the Tony Barr's Film Actors Workshop in Santa Monica. He has collaborated with some of the most celebrated artists in theater, film and tv, such as Tom Hardy, Sir Alan Bates, Derek Jacoby, Rosamund Pike, Jimmy Kimmel or Kenneth Branagh. He has worked in Spain, China, Russia, France, England, Italy, Morocco and the US. He is a resident teacher at the Edgemar Center for the Arts, with the Michelle Danner Acting Studio in Los Angeles, teaching acting techniques such as Stella Adler, Stanislavski, Meisner, On-Camera Acting, Scene Study, Voice, Shakespeare and Accent Reduction. He also works as an acting coach for professional actors in different countries.
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