Are you told your acting is
too big for the screen? Do your have difficulty working out why
your character is in the scene? Do you have difficulty making
big changes and taking direction quickly? Do you fear doing a
Do you want to act but fear
you don't have the talent?
Richard Sarell believes "Acting is simple.
Its all the things we let get in the way of a good performance
that makes acting hard."
are easy to do.
. . . . . . Hard
processes invite failure.
Screen Acting Workshops will lead you to the best way -
- to be 'real'
- to deliver the scene
- to take direction
- to balance character and drama
- to audition
The Rehearsal Room - makes actors more EFFICIENT, more VERSATILE and more CONSISTENT.
Sarell has been directing
TV drama for over 25 years. His shows have won awards for Best
Actress, Best TV Series, and been nominated for an International
This experience brings a hands-on
practical approach to the acting process he teaches.
(Above: Richard Sarell with
Kerry Armstrong working on MDA - ABC TV)
The years of auditioning and
directing actors have given him a deep insight into no-nonsense
paths to creating good performance.
These classes are not about
vague and confusing acting theories. They provide a clear and
practical way to efficiently and professionally get on with doing
the job either in front of the camera or on stage.
(Right: Richard Sarell on
the set of MDA - ABC TV)
The Rehearsal Room uses simple
principles. This means the actor can be in control of their choices.
They can change performance easily, quickly and confidently.
Professionals everywhere use
processes that produce a high percentage return.It's no different
for actors. You need to use an approach that has the most chance
of producing a good outcome.
(Above: Richard Sarell with
Steve Kearney working on MDA - ABC TV)
Stand out from
the crowd. These workshops
make professional actors better, bolder and more hirable.
Richard has a designed a course
that builds core skills. It is explained with commonsense clarity.
Four levels provide a clearly developed pathway to understanding.
'Understanding' and 'experience'
build skill. At The Rehearsal Room you get a balanced diet of
both these elements. Mostly, actors are schooled in a limited amount of useful knowledge and a lot of experience/practice. This means
that often you spend a lot of time practicing unproductive techniques.
Don't waste your
Find out the facts that are
useful. Acting classes should be generating continued growth
in performance. Nowhere else will you achieve such a clear understanding
of how acting works.
Stanislavski theory is wonderful.
But mostly it is taught in a confusing and impractical way. Tertiary
acting institutions frequently teach a variety of other methods
too, leaving the student to choose what suits them best. The
Rehearsal Room specializes in one point of view. It is understood,
it is practiced and it works.
Plus there are other classes
which focus on Audition Skills, Monologues (a DVD for secondary
school students) and TV Presenting. FOR
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