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Acting for Film & TV
Intermediate

Wednesdays 7-9pm | Apr 8th – May 27th, June 3rd – July 22nd  | 114-840 Humboldt St.
Instructor: Joe McCoy | 
$229 (+GST) |
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We do not offer refunds, partial refunds or make-up classes.

Course description:
This intermediate level class will require focus, commitment, and a willingness to put yourself inside the work. Material will change week to week dependent on students’ progress, offering students a safe environment to grow in their work.

Please note that part-time studies do not constitute career training.

Acting for Film & TV Intermediate
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Joe McCoy


Courses taught

  • Scene Study
  • Meisner Approach
  • Intro to Acting for Film & TV
  • Acting for Film & TV: Intermediate

 Biography

Joe McCoy is the Artistic Director of the Academy. A graduate of the William B. Davis Centre for Actor’s Study, he is a gifted teacher of the craft he has been honing for many years as an actor and as a director. Whether on faculty at Canadian College of Film & Acting, Victoria Motion Picture School, Kaleidoscope Performing Arts School, Screen Actors Studio, or Guest Instructor at Canadian College of Performing Arts, Joe is perhaps the most recognizable acting instructor in Victoria. He is known for his humour, insight, and absolute passion as an educator. Intuitive and knowledgeable, he works in a relaxed and often hilarious style that allows students to feel safe and free from judgement.

“Sometimes people arrive here not respecting themselves, but that doesn’t last long. [chuckles] I think in-depth training re-humanizes us. There are as many acting languages as there are actors. I find that developing a common language with each actor is key, but even before that to establish the aesthetic of reverence for this work is vital. Then of course, we are irreverent with each other, which keeps people from getting too stuck on themselves. We are continually challenged to get out of our own way. I’m just a doorman, really. I show them the door, but they walk through by themselves.”

WE ARE ONLINE!

Acting schools everywhere are switching to online learning while we ride out the pandemic together. It was a little daunting at first but we soon learned the demand and desire for this work is unrelenting. Actors want to continue training.

Stay connected. Download the ZOOM app (free) and join us for evening classes and weekend workshops. See you in the virtual academy. Remember, it’s more important than ever to stay connected and stay healthy.

AND THIS TOO SHALL PASS!


Benefits of Online Acting Classes

“With everything that our world is facing now with coronavirus, we find ourselves in unprecedented times. It’s also true that great art is created in scary times. We don’t have to shut down our creativity and let cabin fever set in. It’s important to keep engaging with other artists and interactive classes on the internet are a great way to do so!” – Backstage.com

https://www.backstage.com/magazine/article/benefits-online-acting-classes-70326/


 

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