Buying an SD Card
Canon recommendations for The Rehearsal Room's Camera are -
The camera has been tested on Panasonic, Toshiba and Sans Disk cards. SD of 64 MB or smaller cannot be used to record video. Canon recommend using cards with a Speed Class of 4.6 or 10. Canon recommend the card size you use be 128MB or larger.
The Rehearsal Room is using ... San Disk Extreme 90MB/s 32GB (Rating 10)
At Officeworks it cost $39.oo (on 30 Jan 2018). There is also a 16GB Extreme at $22 and a 16GB Ultra that will probably do the job at $12.99.
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"Something clicks in every class. It’s an amazing feeling - knowing that you are going to learn something profound but you are yet to have any idea of what that is until it happens. I return each week excited knowing that I am about to experience this."
Learn the key foundation skills for a professional acting career in this Melbourne acting class. It is a modern approach that has all the best elements of traditional processes plus many gems of its own. It’s an acting process for our times.
Richard first discovered the core values of this technique when he was directing drama at the ABC in Melbourne in 1984. In an actor/director workshop run by the marvelous teacher Murray Hutchinson a simple, clear and common sense approach to Constantine Stanislavski’s theories was explained. Richard was captivated by the wonderful practicality of this approach and immediately started exploring it. He also began using it as the foundation of his directing techniques.
After watching Richard direct an actor on the ABC series “Embassy”, experienced British actor Brian Marshall commented, “That was pure Stanislavski!!” Other actors began to notice the difference and soon some began asking Richard to teach them the techniques he was using. Those requests generated what has now become The Rehearsal Room acting school in Melbourne. Over thirty-two years those common sense concepts have continued to develop and evolve.
This is a practical, professional approach focused on delivering the performance outcomes that directors and casting directors are looking for. Unlike any other acting process before it the main focus of this approach is on engaging and entertaining an audience. Actors who can do that are a sought after commodity. Richard loves teaching it. You will love learning it.