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What We Do

On film, TV and stage, actors chase truth. 

In a role, a scene, a speech, a line, a word, a silence, actors chase truth. 

Truth is like love, once felt, never forgotten. 


This truth reminds us why we act.

It reminds us why we stay in the race when sometimes acting feels like the dumbest career choice we ever made. 

We know, because we are actors.

Our classes develop the aspirational actor and anchor the professional actor.

Low cost + low student numbers = Successful Classes.


Classes, Workshops or Coaching


Should I study Acting or Screen Acting?

Many people say "I want to be a Film actor" as though film or screen acting is somehow different to acting. Acting is acting. In fact, acting is reacting.

After learning to act, techniques which modify your acting from stage to screen or vice versa are merely a matter of mechanics. These techniques don't change the integrity of your acting, they just adapt it to the medium. 

An actor acts.

On stage - the audience capture it.

On screen - the camera captures it.


After learning acting, we can add screen techniques such as: 

- how to film a story out of sequence

- how to tailor your performance to the frame size

- what are eyelines, marks, dirty shots, clean shots, crossing the line, continuity

and so much more. 


But acting comes first. 


Great acting is nothing without great writing. So we believe in helping you unlock the best material ranging from the CLASSICS to NETFLIX, from Shakespeare to Breaking Bad: All timelessly resonant stories with crafted dialogue - the foundation of an actor's work.

However, as actors we occasionally need to survive less than excellent writing, but we can help you bring the same integrity to any text that you would bring to a great text. 

If you can make great text work, you can make any text fly. 

Acting/Screen Acting Workshops/Classes are coming to you.

Watch this site and register your interest in local workshops by telling us

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Actors Rehearsing


Weekly Zooms explore Classic and Contemporary text applying method techniques to bring you to the role and the role to you. . 

Improv Workshops


Intensive Weekend Workshops, bringing us all into a space to explore and present scenes via our method techniques.

Film Clapboard


1-2-1 sessions tailored to you:

Perfect for auditions, self tapes, pair work,, exercises and presentations.

"The person you are is a thousand times more interesting than the best actor you hope to be."

Konstantin Stanislavsky

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