PRLog - Jan. 14, 2013 - LOS ANGELES -- Lindsay Wagner, best know as Jaime Sommers in the 1970's television series The Bionic Woman, will teach an 8-week acting intensive to15 students at the Director’s Playhouse beginning January 24.
Emmy Award Winner Lindsay Wagner
Lindsay has starred in over 60 movies and television shows though out her career. Her own training and experience has allowed her to developed unique techniques that ultimately focus on a student’s ability to unlock their true potential.
She will share stress-reduction techniques that build more confidence when going on auditions, developing roles, and working on the set. Lindsay also gives actors an opportunity to gain a better understanding of working with the camera and analyzing themselves on film.
Lindsay's method includes: confidence-building technique, accessing deeper emotions, finding greater authenticity and naturalness and how to work effectively and powerfully with the camera.
“We are honored to have Lindsay instructing this upcoming course at our studio,” says Studio Director, Frederick Keeve at the Director’s Playhouse. “We strive to deliver the best possible instruction to our students and that means having top-notch industry professionals like Lindsay.”
The Director's Playhouse is dedicated to delivering valuable classes, workshops, seminars and opportunities that enhance the experience of actors, writers and other creative artists working in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles.
While classes are offered to all levels, this particular Scene Study is for intermediate to advanced actors and auditions are required before acceptance into the course.
Ages: 16 and up.
Dates: January 24, 2013 - March 14, 2013
Times: Thursdays, 11:00AM - 2:00PM
Space is Limited.
Class reservations can be made at http://www.directorsplayhouse.com or by calling 310-776-6389.
About the Director's Playhouse (TDP)
Dedicated to the advancement of actors taught by working industry professionals. TDP's teaching methods have been described as "startling" and "revolutionary."