PRLog - Sep. 10, 2012 - CULVER CITY, Calif. -- TheatresCool is excited to expand its already successful acting training program by announcing Acting for the Camera, taught by Chicago film director, Quinn Wilson, this fall at the Bloomington Center for Performing Arts. Students will learn techniques for acting for the camera and how it differs from stage acting. Students will also learn the basics of how the film, TV and commercial industry operate. This will be the first of a three-part program in filmmaking and on camera acting, extending to the summer of 2013. Classes will only be offered in order, once per term.
Introduction to Acting for the Camera with Quinn Wilson
Tuesdays, beginning September 25th at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts- 600 North East Street Bloomington, IL 61701
Kids 8-12: 4:00pm-5:30pm
Teens 13-17: 6:00pm-7:30pm
Adults 18+: 8:00pm-
Each session is $250, plus a $25 registration fee, which includes 10 weeks of training. TheatresCool students are able to develop and perfect their craft while learning from the best professionals in the industry.
Kymberly Harris’ TheatresCool has been an artistic home celebrating diversity, self-expression and professionalism in Central Illinois. With it’s recent expansion to Los Angeles, Harris will continue to offer growth to the actors she has taught for the past six years. “The goal is to provide students with the tools and skills they need to succeed in professional acting, whether they want to act professionally or as a creative outlet,” says Harris, “This new class is a growth opportunity to learn other important aspects of the industry and further their arts education.”
TheatresCool Alumni have gone on to be accepted to major university acting programs, as well as professional acting jobs with agent representation. Professional Actor, Producer, Director and Producer Kymberly Harris is an MFA Actors Studio graduate, director and playwright, who gives students the tools and skills they need to succeed in professional acting.
For more information and to register for classes, visit www.TheatresCool.com/