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October School Holiday Programmes: Audition Workshop

October School Holiday Programmes: Audition Workshop

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When:

  • Mon 2 Oct, 9:00am – 3:00pm
  • Tue 3 Oct, 9:00am – 3:00pm

Where:

TAPAC, 100 Motions Rd, Western Springs Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Audition Workshop 2 Day 10-13 Years: $120.00

Website:

TAPAC

Develop practical skills to help you ace TV and film auditions.
For ages: 10-13 years

- Develop practical skills to use in the film industry!
- Communicate and interpret acting concepts.
- Develop critical analysis skills.
- Recognise and evaluate acting forms.
- Experience best professional practices in film and TV.
- Meet film and TV industry professionals.
- Get ready to build your overall confidence and self esteem as an actor!

Day 1– TVC Prep & Auditioning - 1 x non-dialogue TVC script (to be sent out and learnt prior to course)
- Meet the camera.
- Your cast-able self.
- You and the industry requirements.
- Introduction to script and character analysis.
- The 5 W’s, a Good ID, analyse, critique, interpret.

Auditions: Perform a non-dialogue TVC script/Everyone will get in front of the camera and have a go!

Day 2 – Drama Prep & Auditioning - 1 x TV drama script to learn. All lines must be learnt (sent out prior to course)

Take all that you have learnt from day 1 and inject it into day 2!

Refresh - The 5 W’s.

Auditions: Perform the TV drama script/Everyone to get in front of the camera and have a go!
All students will be a reader behind the camera as well.

Parents are invited to watch the director’s picks of their children's TV drama scenes in the last hour of the course.

Teaching Artists:
Matt Dwyer
Matt Dwyer has been a professional actor for 17 years. He trained at Auckland’s Unitec Drama School (97 – 99) and gained a Bachelor of Performing and Screen Arts. He has toured in theatre and performed many roles on-screen – most notably as Shortland Streets’ evil Dr. Brett Franklin (2014/15)
His producing credit’s include the short film Intake (2009) and a comedy TV pilot The Acid Test.

He has worked in the New Zealand casting industry since 2002. He & Mike have owned Barefoot Casting since 2005.

Mike Dwyer:
Mike Dwyer has worked as a professional actor for 18 years. He trained, performed and toured with The Questors Theatre in Ealing, London (87 – 90). In New Zealand, along with many acting roles – both on-screen and stage, he directed & devised theatre - How to Score Drugs (Solo Fringe Wgtn 1997) Sad Ape (Axe-with Group – Site-specific 1999).

He produced an adaptation of The Cherry Orchard (Herald Theatre 1998) directed Jackie Van Beek’s The Mayfly (Silo Theatre 2001) and directed a piece for the Short & Sweet Festival (2011)

He has worked in the New Zealand casting industry since 2000.

Their film and television casting credits include:
Feature Film – Mahana, The Dark Horse, The Most Fun You Can Have Dying, The Devil’s Rock, The Devil Dared Me To, A Song of Good, This Giant Papier Mache’ Boulder is Actually Really Heavy – All NZ.

Television – Filthy Rich – Seasons 1 & 2 - NZ, Camp – NZ search - US, Cancerman – The Milan Brych Affair – NZ.

Short Film – Aphrodites Farm (Crystal Bear, Berlin), Dotty (Audience Award - Naples / Best Comp – Nantucket/1st Place – Rhode Island) Kitten Witch, The Dragon’s Scale, Over The Moon, Tree, Sista, Akilah’s Miracle, 21 Points, Amadi, Eating Sausage, Clean Linen, Ebony Society, Dead Letters – All NZ. Podcast Short Film – Some Of My Best Friends Are American (Huffington Post Weekly Award) - NZ.

TV Commercial territories they have cast for include: Worldwide, New Zealand, Australia, USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Western & Eastern Europe, Russia, China, South East Asia, India, Japan, Middle East, Sth & Central America.

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