​LET'S PRACTICE YOUR AUDITIONING

PROCESS ON CAMERA

From the moment you walk in the door, be in it to win it or don't bother to show up.

So we practice the process; we tape the process and stay 100% present throughout the process. Then, together,  you and I watch the  replay and evaluate your performance.  Then, I'll transfer it to your thumb drive and later, after you step away from your work, you watch it again.    


  • THE KEY ACTING TOOLS WE'LL
  • SHARPEN TOGETHER:

  • Trusting Your Imagination & Applying it to the RoleN:

  1. HOW TO REHEARSE YOUR LINES EFFICIENTLY
  2. Explore Word/Thought/Emotional Emphasis

  3. GIVE A WINNING INTERVIEW
  4. Because You Don't Get a 2nd Chance to Make a GOOD 1st Impression
  5. COMPREHENDING & ADAPTING TO RE-DIRECTS
  6. DO'S AND DON'TS OF COLD READING ON CAMERA

  7. TAKE YOUR SESSION HOME  ON A THUMB DRIVE
  8. WATCH IT AGAIN &  LEARN TO EVALUATE YOUR ENTIRE AUDITION. ​​

ACTING ON CAMERA

MY COACHING PHILOSOPHY

From street theater beginnings to comedy stages in Hollywood to national TV appearances, Dan Weisman brings an authentic 30+ years of professional experience to his coaching. From Hollywood to Hawaii& now Portland,  hundreds of performers, actors and writers like Emmy nominated Daily Show writer Travon Free or new Maui actor Romuauldo Castillo (Hawaii Five-0) have benefited from Dan's insightful approaches. As a founding performer and director with The L.A. Connection, Dan has personally taught well over 1500 workshops and directed over 600 live improv shows. After moving to Maui in 2009, Dan has taught kids, teens and adults from Seabury Hall, to University of Hawaii Maui College to numerous private clients of all stripes. He loves the challenge of helping his students discover their inner artistic voice seeking expression.

​​ImprovComedyCoach.com

ATTENTION PORTLAND OREGON ACTORS

For an Appointment  Call: 971-200-5615

Email: Improvmandan@yahoo.com.

 
                  
IN LIFE, YOU DON'T GET A  SECOND  CHANCE

TO  MAKE  A  GOOD  FIRST  IMPRESSION.

SKILL SETS WE WORK ONTOGETHER

The following topics are what you will be working on in front of the camera,

then reviewing your acting choices every class to become, as I repeatedly say:

"A self-directed actor who can also skillfully comprehend

and adapt to redirects instantly."


TOOLS FOR YOUR AUDITIONS:



Slating Techniques and Interviews,

because 60% of 1st callbacks result

from simply how you enter

the room and say 'Hello'.

Cold Reading & Listening

(They must be practiced together)

Because 60% of 2nd call backs 

are judged by the skilled

cold reading technique

and acting choices you make.

Reactions On Camera...

because they are as important as dialogue To any viewer.

Running Lines with a Scene Partner

...while ....cold reading and listening! 

Making intuitive acting choices 


Basic camera knowledge:

What is my frame?...Where is my look? etc

YOUR On-Set behavior  - [Do's and don'ts]

Learning some basics about how to evaluate your work.