On-Camera: Teens – RECURRING

Date/Time
Date(s) - March 22
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Catapult Acting Studios

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Duration: 8 Weeks
Dates: Wednesdays, February 1 – March 22 | 6-9pm
Location:  Catapult Acting Studios | 1955 Cliff Valley Way NE, Suite 220 | Atlanta, GA 30329
Investment: $295 or 2 payments of $169 (PAYMENT PLAN)

    Instructor: April Billingsley

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A native of Duluth, Georgia, April Billingsley is an actress that you might know from her recurring role as Barbara Langston in the ABC show, “Resurrection”, or from the star studded cast of “Last Vegas” where she plays a supporting role opposite Kevin Kline, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Robert DeNiro and others. She has also appeared on hit shows like “The Walking Dead”, “The Mentalist”, “The Vampire Diaries”, “Constantine”, “Satisfaction” and “Drop Dead Diva.” Recently, she filmed a supporting role in the yet to be released Doug Liman film, “Mena”, alongside Tom Cruise. Currently, she is starring in independent film, “The Dark Red” directed by Dan Bush (The Signal).

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On-Camera Acting 

Beginners and Pros alike will find this class both challenging and informative, regardless of experience or skill level…

o   Learn what makes a scene interesting and watchable

o   Gain techniques to manage nerves and let go of inhibitions

o   Explore the differences between stage and screen acting

o   Learn to approach a script in a way that makes memorization a breeze

o   Discover why specificity is so important

o   Begin to explore your imagination and emotions

o   Work on camera every class

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April’s Teaching…

April has studied with many of the top acting teachers and coaches in the country and loves to share her knowledge to help fellow actors. She is familiar with several approaches to acting including Meisner, Stanislovsky, and Uta Hagen; as well as the adapted approaches of many current master teachers like Larry Moss, D.W. Brown, Bob Krakower, and more. It is important to April that her students see acting as a colloborative art form where they show up prepared with ideas, but are open to change. She teaches them to take in and interpret multiple forms and  styles of direction. Using this varied approach, many of her students become not only working actors, but the type of actors that directors love to work with.
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