Wednesdays, February 15 through March 22
6:45–9:15 p.m. ET
In-Person: 516 8th Street, 3rd Floor Rehearsal Studio
Instructor: Brenna McDonough
Prior experience: Prior participation in Introduction to Acting or equivalent suggested.
Expand your marketability and put your skills to work for the camera. Through improvisation techniques and working with scripts, students will learn the basic skills needed to audition and work in films, commercials, and corporate industrial training films. Under the guidance of award-winning actor and author of You Can Work On-Camera Brenna McDonough, students will also explore the professional demands of being a successful working actor in the Washington/Baltimore market.
Brenna McDonough, STC Teaching Artist
Years Teaching with STC: 7
Why I Teach: “I teach to impart what I know to be tried and true principles of the craft of acting for the camera and I remind the actor to access the unlimited choices of their imagination.”
Best Exercise We Do in Class: “Tell me a little about yourself”—on-camera.
What Her Students Say: “Brenna’s encouragement in class and through emails for all of us to start pursuing this work now is really unique. She consistently provided individualized practical advice, and I was really impressed by her investment in our success.”
“Brenna McDonough was such a joy as a teacher – I loved how in touch she was with human connection and compassion, and care — with a little zen thrown in.”
“Brenna did an excellent job teaching and nurturing a large class comprised of people with a wide range of acting experience and ability. Despite being completely online, the class bonded much to my surprise and delight.”