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The Applied Art of Acting
David Scott

087 759 6715
davidarts@eircom.net 
www.davidscott.ie



The Applied Art of Acting is an intensive three-month, fulltime acting course focusing on a single innovative and practical technique.

After a two year development period, The Applied Art of Acting first ran from September to November 2011 and runs during that period each year. Now in its 6th year, The Applied Art of Acting is already renowned throughout the Industry as a training groundof excellent actors.

The course is an advanced training programme with a select group of auditioned actors. The aim of the course is to bring each actor to the heights of their potential, arming them with a technique applicable to the demands of modern stage, film and TV. The Applied Art ofActing equips the actor with a solid and practical technique, training the voice, body and creativity of the actor as an artist. The teaching is intensive, diagnostic and highly personalized.

This course also supplies a manual of the technique, quality filmed material to add to showreels, professional headshots and a showcase to which Industry are personally invited. Intensive audition technique and screen-test training is included also and many industry professionals are invited in to meet the actors and offer professional, real world advice. The course is taught by renowned acting teacher, David Scott.

Working in close association with Company D Theatre, personal interest in the studentís progress after the course is also held in high importance and opportunities are sought for actors to work in the business where possible.

The Applied Art of Acting offers actors a fulltime training alternative that is affordable and time efficient inspired by the great single-technique training programs of New York.

Details:
  • Three months from September-November
  • 9:30am-5pm Monday to Friday
  • Teachers Club, Dublin
  • Fee: 2000 Euro (All inclusive)
  • Application is by audition - one monologue of the actors choice plus a brief interview.

Feel free to make contact any time or to arrange an audition. Email davidarts@eircom.net

Further details about the course and its teachers can be found on:
http://davidscott.ie/


Feel free to make contact any time or to arrange an audition: Email: davidarts@eircom.net
Ph. 087 759 6715



Education and Training Profile 2017:

The 'Applied Art of Acting' - designed by actor/writer/tutor David Scott - offers a comprehensive acting technique based upon the systems masterminded by Stanislavski, Meisner and Adler, along with the newest tools and systems practiced internationally.

The practical techniques cover both theatrical and screen actor training with physical, vocal and spatial awareness training being important elements.

Mr Scott told IFTN: "The Applied Art of Acting is a three-month, full time training facility. It is highly intensive and no time is wasted. The training is diagnostic and all students receive personalised attention in a small group of 16 students maximum."

Participants' work is filmed for show-reel purposes, and professional head-shots and a public showcase are all included in the course.

As part of the entry requirements, applicants must undergo an audition which requires a performance of one monologue followed by an informal interview.

"Professional actors looking to train effectively over a shorter and more cost-effective course are the most suited to this program. The course also suits passionate amateurs whose work is of a very high standard. Total commitment and drive is a must," Mr Scott added.

Now in its sixth year, the Applied Art of Acting has already seen its first waves of past pupils go on to work as professionals in both theatre and film.

Further information can be found at: http://davidscott.ie/applied-art-of-acting


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