“Acting in small classes empowers young artists by nurturing trust.” – Denise
It is the consistency and repetition of on-going training that allows an actor to grow in skill and competence. Weekly classes help build a foundation that is essential for young actors as they work with others. Besides providing a fun space to make friends, group classes reinforce acting basics like listening and reacting, as well as how to tackle difficult material. Any time parents ask me for advice, I always advise them to start with an on-going, age-appropriate group class. I like to keep my classes small to ensure personalized attention. Continuous, small, group classes are an investment in your child’s artistic future that will have rewarding effects in all aspects of their life.
Ongoing weekly classes include:
- Acting technique, scene study, and monologues
- Improvisation and comedy
- On-camera audition technique