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USD $110.00 / workshop

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"Her honest and sincere approach to teaching and acting made me feel an immediate growth in my acting skills...Since taking Tina's acting classes I have more confidence in myself when I go into an audition and her classes have even helped me land my biggest acting role yet." Buddy R.

This online class via the Zoom platform is excellent for all levels and the perfect way to stay engaged with your craft as we start to emerge from the restrictions! . At some point soon we will all be back at it and this workshop will help keep you ready for when that time comes! Casting pro and award winning actor Tina D'Elia will work on scene studies and the do's and don'ts of self taping for auditions. This is also a great class for both working actors expanding skills, and for new actors learning on-camera acting techniques.

"I learned some new character development skills that look at the character in a way I never did. I highly recommend Tina's class for any level actor that needs to further develop their skill. Chris S.

Date & Time : 21/04/2021 07:00:00 PM
Class Duration: 2 Hours. 7pm-9pm. Wednesday April 21st.
Instructor: Tina D'Elia
Background: Tina D’Elia, is an instructor with San Francisco Acting Academy, professional actor (SAG-AFTRA), public speaking trainer, performance coach, and award-winning solo performer, casting director, and co-screenwriter. Tina has been a guest speaker and presenter for SAG Conservatory Workshops (San Francisco SAG-AFTRA), The Actor’s Conference, University of California, and Academy of Art University. She has worked as a casting associate for Nina Henninger Casting, CSA, on a variety of films, television shows, and on-camera projects. D’Elia received the Diversity Casting Award (2017) and Trailblazer Award (2015) from the Equality International Film Festival for the diverse and authentic content in creative projects and casting youth, LGBTQ, and BIPOC talent. She is the co-writer recipient of The Audience Award at Frameline33 LGBT Film Festival (2009) for the short film Lucha. D'Elia’s film and television credits include: The Pursuit of Happyness, Knife Fight, Guitar Man, and Trauma. And webseries credits: Sense8, Dyke Central, Chosen Fam, and Assigned Female at Birth. She was nominated for Best Female Comedian the 48 Film Festival 2010. D’Elia is honored to be listed in Curve Magazine’s Power List (2017) and Go Magazine’s 100 Women We Love (2019).
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About San Francisco Acting Academy

The SF Acting Academy is a professional On Camera workshop school. Our mission: prepare actors to audition and work in the Bay Area acting market and connect those actors to the industry. Our comprehensive on-camera program includes Acting Fundamentals and Auditioning Technique for Commercials, Corporate Films, Television and Films. We offer classes for actors of all ages and experience levels. The San Francisco Acting Academy was founded in 2001 in collaboration with top casting professionals, actors and teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is our goal to provide the space for both new and experienced actors to hone their on camera skills and to make them more competitive in the SFBA market. We offer a variety of classes geared to prepare actors for the demands of auditioning and working in the challenging Bay Area Market. Our instructors are the best in the business; not only accomplished working actors and teachers, but casting session directors, television and radio producers and theater directors. They bring a unique perspective from both sides of the performance and casting process. Our class sizes are kept to a minimum, giving each student ample time in front of the camera and mic. All of our classes are held at Das Studio, home to Greg Cohen, Kristen Beck and Beau Bonneau Casting. Classes are taught using state of the art camera equipment and casting software, giving each actor a taste of the real world auditioning environment. And each student will have the opportunity to watch their progress on tape.

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