Your workshop will include preparing for an online, or in person, screen audition. Participants should have prepared a modern speech, that is appropriate to their playing age. This speech should be no longer than 60 seconds in length.
There will also be exploration of what to expect on the floor of a TV of film set, as well as discussion into the differences between acting for stage v acting for screen.
The workshop will be suitable for both experienced, and unexperienced, actors.
Christopher McGill is an established TV, film, music video and commercials director. He’s made a variety of stage and screen promos with the likes of Tom Hiddlestone and Jude Law, for clients such as BBC, RSC, National Theatre, The Royal Opera House, Royal Ballet, Shakespeare’s Globe, Hofesh Shechter, British Museum, National Gallery, The Lowry and Royal Court. He’s also a firm favourite directing Eastenders, Holby City and Casualty.
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