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Acting for camera:
Young  Beginners

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INSTRUCTOR: Shelly DeChristofaro


FEE: $150 (+ $20 Admin Fee)

DATE: Tuesdays, March 26, April 2 & 9

TIME: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

AGE: 9 - 17


About This Class

Aspiring young actors will learn the fundamentals of acting at their own level. This class is open to beginners as well as intermediate students. Countless parents have asked KWC to offer a virtual experience so kids can learn at their leisure from the comfort of their own home! 

This is the perfect class for an aspiring child actor, someone who is a little shy, or the natural performer! Through commercial scripts and improvisation exercises, your children will learn the basics of acting choices and their character development. Over three sessions they will work on such skills as how to interpret a script, and how to prepare for a professional audition. Collaboration, communication skills, and listening are keys to unlocking how they can shine on camera, stage and life! Your children will create and perform together in this non-stop fun class! Proper camera framing for auditions is taught for self-tape requests. 

About Shelly DeChristofaro

Shelly has played roles from Shakespeare to Neil Simon, gracing the stages of many local theaters, as well as the prestigious Tomlinson Stage at Temple University. She is no stranger to Independent Films, Music Videos, or New Media on both the East and the West Coasts. Her television debut happened in 2019 where she appeared on the TLC channel's original tv show, My Crazy Birth Story. This past Summer, Shelly had the opportunity to teach acting to young adults ranging from 7 to 14 years of age which she found to be both incredibly inspiring and fulfilling. With a good hot cup of coffee in hand, this Jersey girl loves acting and collaborating with equally passionate artists.

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