DATE/TIME: Thursday, 12th November, 2:30pm
*Due to the nature of the workshop, we ask you to please register by 5th November*
Where do you want to go as an actor? What’s your potential?
Join us for this small-group taster workshop with Annelise of Studio Bianchini and find out.
Studio Bianchini is inspired by the rebelliousness and ambition of the creative scene in New York. The City is teeming with artists hell-bent on being at the top of their game, which means dedication and constant practice.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Scene Study has always been part of the vibrant artistic fabric that makes up New York. You’ll focus on text analysis, character analysis, and where the story meets the actor. You’ll work with Annelise on creating an individualised technique; this is personal training for every artist.
This is an actor’s gym for toning and sculpting your creative skills. A safe place to support your acting habit and turn it into a lifestyle. A way to get back on track with your dreams and reaffirm your love of the craft. Play, fail and get excited about the work. Here you can keep growing towards your full potential.
Virtual Audition Structure
1. Actors are sent a care packet email on self-tapes. They are asked to make a simple intro tape about themselves and showing their home set-up. This is to get a feel for them as actors and address any technical difficulties.
2.Everyone is assigned sides and asked to submit a self-tape which will be due the evening before class. Annelise will watch each tape and give some quick notes
3. The next day you will work on each scene in class
Born in California, raised in Colorado, Annelise moved to New York when she was twenty to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After AADA, she completed my undergrad in Drama Therapy from Goddard and her intermediate-level certificate in wine from WSET, all the while attending ongoing scene study classes at the T. Schreiber Studio, Ron Stetson Studio, Joan Rosenfels Studio, Ken Schatz Studio, and The Freeman Studio. She has her MA from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and has studied Meisner at the Salon Collective.
“Annelise is a highly perceptive and endlessly generous director and facilitator. She and her classes provide a much-needed antidote to the isolation that many London actors can feel. Even with all this warmth, she has no issue cutting through the bullshit. I leave every session a better actor.”