On-Camera Technique class

On-Camera Audition Technique

Taught by Juan Rivera Lebron and Rich Remedios
Jan 7-21
6:30pm-9:30pm Mondays and Thursdays
$175 (5 classes)

Develop confidence through practice of specific On Camera Audition Techniques. The class will be treated as a real-world audition situation. Students will prepare and work on real scripts and scenes from television shows and films, bring them into an audition room where you will interact with coaches with on camera audition and Meisner technique experience. The mock audition process will be recorded and viewed by class and coaches who will give feedback on areas that could make the audition more successful. Special emphasis on Meisner technique and its application to the preparation and performance of on-camera auditions.

Previous acting experience and training is expected. Acceptence into this class is granted after a brief interview. Email [email protected] to schedule an interview. Please include your phone number and a few days and times you can be reached.

Juan Rivera Lebron attended the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University. Since then he has worked on Film and Television, off-broadway and regionally in theaters throughout the United States: including: American Players Theater, The Jungle Theater, Great Lakes Theater, The Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, the Guthrie Theater, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (where he was a member of the resident acting company for seven seasons). He was the recipient of the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship funded by the William & Eva Fox Foundation administered by TCG. 

Rich Remedios is a Minneapolis based actor and teacher. He is a certified Meisner Teacher from Larry Silverberg's True Acting Institute; is a certified teacher of the Michael Chekhov Technique the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Cornsortium, is a graduate of the 2-year Meisner training program at the William Esper Studio in New York where he trained under Terry Knickerbocker and Maggie Flanigan; studied in The Shakespeare Lab at The New York Public Theatre; and completed professional internships with Circle Repertory Theatre and Milwaukee Repertory Theater.

Additionally, he holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of South Carolina. He has taught at Augsburg University, University of South Carolina, Kennesaw State University and Clayton State University, has been a teaching artist with Mu Performing Arts and a guest teacher at Macalester College and the Guthrie Theater.

His acting credits include Broadway productions of AN INSPECTOR CALLS and LOVE! VALOUR! COMPASSION! Regional theatre credits include productions with Jungle Theater, Mu Performing Arts, Park Square Theater, Frank Theatre, Theatre in the Square, Theatrical Outfit, and Milwaukee Rep. In film and television he recently completed filming the independent feature films THE PUBLIC DOMAIN and TO SAY GOODBYE. He has also been seen on the hit TV show DROP DEAD DIVA, and recurring roles on ALL MY CHILDREN and AS THE WORLD TURNS as well as numerous commercials, short films and industrial videos.

Contact information

Remedios Creative LLC
Richard Edward Remedios
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Posted November 27