LIA Adult Acting Program
If you’ve ever wanted to know if you had what it takes to be an actor on stage or in front of the camera this is your opportunity. If you want to explore the craft on a professional level with a professional acting coach with other people who have the same desire to succeed, then this class is for you. If you’re looking to improve your acting skills so you can nail that audition or remove the fear of performing in front of a live audience, it’s time to act!
Adult Acting Workshop 501 | 8 Weeks $500
Beginning to Intermediate Class. September 7, 2023 - October 26, 2023
Students build a solid foundation in acting through lectures, acting techniques, scene study, character development, and script analysis. Here they learn the building blocks of professional acting techniques to further their training by exploring the craft of acting on an elevated level by learning advanced techniques from Meisner to Stanislavsky. Perfect for the beginner looking to branch out and explore as well as the seasoned actor looking to stretch and explore new ways of looking at the craft.
Adult Acting Workshop 502 | 8 Weeks $500
A Scene Study Class. Prerequisite 501 or by audition. November 9, 2023 - January 18, 2024
This class uses methods from several well-known acting methods to help synthesize an actor's performance on stage. Emphasis is placed on the distinction between mental understanding and the totality of the mental, physical, and emotional experience. This class is designed for full group participation as well as individual scene study. The class culminates in an actor's showcase. Recommended for intermediate to advanced actors.
James A. Goins is a composer, director & writer with over 30 years of experience in the entertainment industry. James teaches master workshops throughout the year to help actors gain the necessary tools needed to successfully pursue a career in theatre and film sessions are intense and require a high level of dedication and time spent on learning the materials and techniques.
“Successful actors take class, sharpen their skills, listen, work, apply what they learn, and get paid. Mediocre actors know everything, won’t improve their skills, talk too much, are afraid to learn, don’t get callbacks, stay broke, and complain! Your choice” -James Goins