TheatresCool, Central Illinois Leading Training Ground for Method Actors, Makes Move to Los Angeles
Artistic Director, Kymberly Harris announces a new wave of virtual acting coaching for actors in the digital age
celebrating diversity, self-expression and professionalism in downtown Bloomington. Growing from a handful of adult students in the basement of a coffee house to four classes for all ages, over 180 students and an independent storefront theatre, the students of TheatresCool have been learning the important truths of what it means to be an actor. Students who have studied with Kymberly have had the opportunities to work for companies like CBS, Seventeen Magazine, Nickelodeon, Mitsubishi, and attend colleges like NYU and Northwestern. Her students appear in a wide variety of commercials, independent films and TV shows.
With the move to Los Angeles, Kymberly plans to not only continue training her current students but expanding her successful coaching techniques to the Los Angeles area, using the power of technology to make it all possible. Many successful coaches are enjoying the freedom of virtual instruction and new opportunities to interact with students from around the world. Ms. Harris is offering private coaching sessions online to actors of all ages, beginning and professionals. These sessions will prepare you for professional or college auditions, help fine-tune your skills as well as assist in overcoming self esteem issues or creative blocks.
During your private sessions you develop skills for auditions, creating characters, exploring your emotional depth, working with the script, and acting skills such as timing, control, and finding the character within yourself.
Professional Actor, Producer, Director and Playwright Kymberly Harris holds a double
MFA from Actors Studio, and gives students the tools and skills they need to succeed in professional acting.
Harris is also available to be hired by professional actors and studios for specific television, musical, film and TV projects. She has experience and success in coaching all ages of working and beginning actors and models as they transition to acting.
Ms. Harris considers teaching online for film and television no different from the sessions she teaches in-person, “The screen between us is another representation of the fourth wall, something I teach all actors to deal with. This is a great opportunity to expand opportunities for the actors I work with,” says Harris.
For more information on Kymberly Harris and her online coaching visit http://www.TheatresCool.com/