Every professional athlete has to train. They have to condition themselves to be able to effectively accomplish whatever is asked of them in a moment’s notice. Actors consistently say they have no way to practice besides the sink or swim methods of scene study, auditioning, or true on-set work. This is like throwing a pro athlete on the field and asking them to rely on their raw talent with no skill set training. That might work for amateurs, but not for pros. As an actor, you CAN practice the skill sets necessary for our work, such as focus, listening, spontaneity and honesty, adaptability, and relaxation in uncomfortable situations. This class will teach you to know your technique, understand what true execution looks like, get comfortable in the uncomfortable, and it’s down right fun. THIS is how acting always should be. It’s simple, practical, and the secret weapon that every pro actor has about them that separates them from the rest of the pack. They do the fundamentals better than everyone else, and as a result, can go in any direction asked at any time. Get out of your head, get into your body, and have the fun that brought you into this work without judgement of yourself.