Group Study on Script Analysis

Directorial training on blocking & Body Rythm

Training on Romantic Emotion


Acting for dramatic stories are a core talent which actors focus great effort in learning. It requires recall of emotions and projection of those emotions both verbally and through facial and body expression.


Situational comedy is one of the more difficult areas of performing arts because the timing of the delivery is so important. It is good to study the timing of delivery of lines and body language.


Action movies require experience in some sort of athletic field such as gymnastics and dance. These basic skills should be learned for basic body control. Then these skills can be applied to stage fighting techniques, which are used extensively for action scenes.


Voice training is a basic requirement which all actors must undergo. This voice training can be used for singing performances and also any performance which requires voice, such as TV hosting and acting in dramas. Control of breathing, the diaphragm and vocal chords are all involved with voice training.


Dance is a fundamental skill which all actors must learn. Whether it is ballroom dancing, ballet, or jazz, dance skills are the foundation for learning body control in performing arts. Body language is an important tool for actors have in the repertoire because it helps them deliver convincing performances. Basic dance skills are the foundation for learning how to use body language.


The ability to show fear, both reasonable and unreasonable, and how to react to frightening situations is a basic element of the Thriller/Horror movie genre. Acting for these types of movies is a subset of dramatic acting. It requires special skills such as acting and reacting without another actor in the room because many times the other actor in the scene with you is not actually on set, but is only a computer generated image to be inserted during the post production process.

TV Hosting

Hosting big events and game shows is a unique talent and is different from film and television acting because it usually requires projecting to a live audience while still being aware of the camera. It also requires reading from a teleprompter and being able to improvise based on audience reactions, etc.

Radio Hosting

Radio hosting requires a lot of voice training and also the ability to tell a story or interact with the audience without the benefit of a video image. Speaking t audiences without the benefit of a video image and also avoiding “dead air” is a special skillset which can be learned.

Talk Show Hosting

Talk shows require the ability to interview people from a basic outline of talking points while being able to improvise follow-up questions and to keep things interesting with new topics, jokes and interesting banter; all the while engaging a live studio audience is a skill which must be developed through training and practice.