One-Day Acting On Camera Intensive with Drama Inc
Join us for an exciting day with professional film actors & instructors, Scott Poythress and Claire Bronson, from Drama Inc. This one-day workshop for teens will focus on Acting Technique for the Camera, Auditioning, and understanding the differences between Stage & Screen.
Saturday, July 15
Ages 13-18 years old. Please pack a lunch!
*All class payments are non-refundable.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
Scott has contributed on both east and west coasts to stage, big budget studio films, independent films, industrials, commercials, video games and television. He has appeared on episodes of Revolution, One Tree Hill, Drop Dead Diva, The Game, Necessary Roughness, Reckless, Sleepy Hollow and Turn: Washington’s Spiesas Dr. James Thacher on AMC.
You can also catch him every once in a while on your tv in the ’07 Sundance film festival favorite and Atlanta-lensed independent horror film,The Signal, which received the John Cassavetes Independent Spirit Award nomination in 2008. He’ll be seen on the big screen again in 2017 opposite Tom Cruise in American Made, and opposite Liam Neeson in the political drama Felt.
Claire is known for her recurring, guest-star roles on the television series Outcast on Cinemax, Containment on CW, Powers on Playstation, and Banshee on Cinemax. Other TV credits include recurring roles on the Netflix show Bloodline, Coma on A&E, and Army Wives on Lifetime. She has also appeared on Drop Dead Diva, Necessary Roughness, Reed Between the Lines, Sleepy Hollow, The Walking Dead and Resurrection.In 2014 she worked on the pilots for FX’s How and Why with Oscar-winning writer/director Charlie Kaufman and Line of Sight for AMC with Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme. She won Best Supporting Actress at the Long Island International Film Expo for her role in “Prayers from Pelham.”
Additionally, she can be seen in the feature films Creed, The Signal, A.C.O.D., Think Like a Man and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild(SAG-AFTRA).
Aurora Theatre, the only professional theatre in Gwinnett County, is the ideal place for young people to study the performing arts. What distinguishes Aurora Theatre Academy from other drama classes is that students have the opportunity to rehearse and perform in a professional theatre, and their instructors are working professionals with years of real-world theatrical experience. In addition to receiving training to be a winner on stage, students build confidence, communication and life skills that will be a valuable part of their bright futures. As a non-profit with a deep commitment to educational outreach, classes are reasonably priced at only $200 for a six- to eight-week session.