Acting classes teach students how to convincingly inhabit a character, a critical skill for aspiring film stars and identity thieves. Truly become Dr. Michael Waltien of Des Moines, Iowa, with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for one month of basic-acting-program classes for ages 8 and older (a $100 value)
- $95 for two months of basic-acting-program classes for ages 8 and older (a $200 value)
- $33 for one month of basic-acting-program classes for ages 4–7 (a $69 value)
- $60 for two months of basic-acting-program classes for ages 4–7 (a $138 value)<p>
Basic-acting-program classes enhance concentration, memorization, public-speaking skills, and self-esteem. Courses build a foundation using the body, face, voice, and imagination, while covering proper improv, commercial, and audition techniques.
The Actor's Scene
Some aspiring thespians think acting just comes easily, then discover the terror of stage fright. Other seemingly accomplished actors assume TV and film acting is a cinch, until they freeze up in the light, miss their mark, and lament their lack of proper training. And many just want to get over those first hurdles of confidence before they start dreaming of their name in lights. It's hard to get a turtle, or an Oliver, out of its shell, but Aimee Peters—the head coach of The Actor's Scene—has that gift. In basic courses for beginners and extensive advanced courses for those who eat monologues for breakfast, The Actor's Scene tackles not only the nuts and bolts of performance and camera-readiness, but also the rods and grommets necessary to make industry connections, land a good agent, and tower above the rest. The Actor's Scene has also scored a slew of accolades, including local School of the Year awards and an Outstanding Arts Award from Northwestern Oklahoma State University for owner Nicolle Campbell.