Get into Acting - 10 Week Part Time Course with Gillian Reynolds

Posted: 20/02/2017

Deadline: 08/04/2017

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Roles: Participants

Location: Dublin

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Want to get involved in the world of acting? Next course starting in April.

You may have wished you had taken the path of the Actor but feel it's too late. It is never too late!

Ever thought you could have a Professional showreel and C.V. by the end of a 10 week course.

Book early to get a place on the course. Next course starts on April 8th.

Run by one of Ireland's leading professionals in the world of Acting, Casting Director Gillian Reynolds, this course is aimed at those currently outside the industry wanting to get a head start.

It runs on Saturdays (full day) over ten weeks.

Click to hear what previous students have to say about the course.

The course covers the key areas in the world of acting

Topics covered

- Characterization
- Improvisation
- Script breakdown
- Acting for camera
- Casting for TV Commercials
- Vocal technique
- Audition and Interview technique
- The Art of Self taping
- C.V./Agent/Marketing yourself-how to get started.

Special attention is given to ACTING FOR CAMERA.

The course culminates in a video showreel so that the student can launch themselves within the Industry especially for casting for commercials and short films to gain that vital hands on experience.


Advanced Acting for Camera Course, takes place Thursday 23rd March-26th March (Thurs- Sun)

It will be an intensive 4 Day course, employing two cameras, and focusing solely on film and TV scene work.

There will be a Masterclass with Film Director/Writer Terry McMahon (Patrick's Day-
Charlie Casanova and regular writer for Red Rock) on film and the Art of Acting for Film.His class will be based on practical exercises for camera and playback based-. e/nm0573084/?ref_=nv_sr_1#writer

There will also be a Masterclass with Hilary Reynolds-Actor and Principle writer for Fair City-who will work on acting techniques and script analysis for T.V. Soaps and the approaches an actor takes to bring a soap character to life.

Other topics covered by Gillian Reynolds Casting and a Guest will include:

- Character and script analysis
- Hidden subtext within the scene
- Importance of continuity within a scene-eye-lines-communicating emotions and thoughts without recourse to dialogue
- Acting in TV sit coms/Film/Soap Opera.

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How to apply

Company: Dublin Central School of Acting


Phone: (01) 679 9277


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  • No experience needed
  • All ages required
  • All looks needed
  • Casual work
  • No obligation
  • Includes Photos and Full Training
  • Keep up to date with what is happening in the Irish Film Industry.

  • Find out about castings.

  • Win prizes!!
  • Sign up to our Professional monthly Photoshoot.

  • Includes FULL proper training, not just a quick chat!