Satisfy the requirements of any audition with clear and specific tools that allow you the freedom to make unavoidable choices, justified by the text.
Working this way, your work becomes simple, direct, universally appealing, and with practice, highly effective.
These are professional ongoing oncamera classes designed to hone your acting and audition craft. The point of joining an audition training class is to hone the skills you need to get better work so you can sustain a career in the arts. Working with Tim means you are committed to being a professional working actor and to doing your best work.
Start with what you're great at. Bring in current auditions, past auditions you want to work on, or material you know you have to be seen for. If you're developing material for your reels, bring that in. This is also part of the training - that you take ownership of your part of the casting process by: knowing who you are, how you're seen, what you're good at, and how to show up prepared and ready to play.
Classes are limited to 10 working actors. Refine and expand your auditioning skills by working on-camera with before and after video playback. Literally see great results, changeability and improvement every time. Please note, you are responsible for communicating any absence in advance.
The $225 ClassPass
The best value you can get.
5 consecutive weeks of ongoing on-camera class on your regularly scheduled day, with as many drop-ins between the first and last scheduled date of your classpass, as long as space and time permit.
To reserve your drop-ins, email us first.
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Better auditions means more work.
YOU WORKING. THAT'S THE GOAL.
Studying with Tim
you'll learn and master
• Which audition preparation tools work best for you
• A set of simple, effective, immediately applicable acting tools that ground you in honesty
• How to nail the first ten seconds of the audition, which is where most actors lose the job
• How to work from your gut by staying out of your head
• How to quickly make adjustments and incorporate redirects in your auditions, callbacks, and on set
• How to handle complex directions in a spontaneous manner
• The most simple and human ways to glean from the text every clue the writer has embedded there
• How to really get and satisfy a variety of character breakdowns