Date(s) - 11/02/2022
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Director: Chuck Kourouklis
Length: 12-hour four-week workshop
Class Notes: None
Now that you’ve built a strong foundation in the fundamentals of voice acting, there’s no time like the present to start dissecting the individual voice-over sub-genres since they require different performance styles. There are many components that contribute to a stylized performance when lending your voice to television visuals. Chuck will ask you to consider all the factors visual elements add, and how you can use them to shade your performance in a distinct way. What kind of influence should a television commercial that emphasizes wide open spaces have on your interpretation? Would a tight, detail-oriented shot mandate a difference in your approach? And what kind of impact does the music make on your acting choices? And finally, what are the implications of all this on where you should position yourself on the microphone? Explore all these factors to make your performance just that much more specific as you play and have fun in the television voice-over sandbox. Ultimately, you’ll be able to leverage that knowledge to be the actor that gets the script, and therefore, the actor that gets the job!