AWS Advanced Class Blog

AWS Advanced Class Blog2018-06-07T06:00:52-07:00

Welcome to the Blog for the AWS Advanced Class!

This blog is to keep the Advanced AWS Acting Students up to date on everything pertaining to class and other related events. We recap what we learned in class, elaborate a bit, and give you the chance to dive a little deeper!

1907, 2018

7/18/2018: AWS Advanced Class Recap: Continuity and Group Therapy!

By |July 19th, 2018|Advanced Acting Blog|

Greetings, Advanced Ones! (And greetings to whomever else might be lurking here!) We had an interesting and unusual class on Wednesday! Unusual, in that we experimented with our scene work - and I think it was a success! We began class by watching the three completed scene videos from last week's Boardwalk Empire class shoot. We watched the videos, and discussed them at some [...]

1207, 2018

7/11/2018: AWS Advanced Class Recap: On Lying and Running

By |July 12th, 2018|Advanced Acting Blog|

Greetings, y'all! Had such a fun time last class filming with you all - I hope you enjoyed it as well. Here's a recap of what happened... We began class (as is our custom) by reviewing the Coach's Notes, and acknowledging those among us who are working on projects of late. We also briefly covered the fact that AWS is evolving as [...]

1406, 2018

6/13/2018: AWS Advanced Class Recap: Check Chekhov Off!

By |June 14th, 2018|Advanced Acting Blog|

Greetings, you talented bunch of thespians! So, we got to wade knee-deep into Chekhov this week! Class started with the Traditional Reading of the Coach's Notes, whereby we acknowledge and congratulate those among us who (whom?) are hanging "job pegs" on the ol' Career Board. This week, I got to bask a bit in the congratulations, having had a successful [...]

706, 2018

6/6/2018: AWS Class Recap: Stanislavsky Free-For-All!

By |June 7th, 2018|Advanced Acting Blog|

Greetings, advanced ones! Actually, greetings to you all, whether you're advanced or not. 🙂 See how inclusive I am..? We had a fun, whirlwind class on D-Day. I want to thank everyone for participating - we did some Stanislavsky-based exercises, some of which may have seemed a little "out there" for some of you. But we'll never know which acting [...]