Improve Your Posture. Unleash Your Potential.
with Certified Alexander Instructor Brett Hershey
An actor’s posture and ease is crucial in the audition room. Brett’s no-nonsense approach will help actors enter the room ready to do their best work. – Elizabeth Barnes, Casting Director (The Lottery, Revenge, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, United States of Tara)
Most actors don’t realize that what is holding them back more than anything else is how they are using, carrying, moving themselves. I’ve worked with and taught casting directors, and they’ll tell you that most of the casting is done when the actor walks in the room. Your body IS your instrument and the more excess tension and collapse you are carrying, the less likely you are to get cast. Period. – Brett Hershey
LOCATION: Om Studio Burbank, 91505 (studio near Hollywood Way & Magnolia Blvd.)
DAY/TIME: MONDAYS 7:30p – 9p Ongoing *NEW – Starts September 22nd
TUESDAYS 5p – 6:30p Ongoing
COST: New Students $30 Drop in.
$199 for 8 Classes. USE ANYTIME, ANY CLASS.
Returning Students $25 drop in.
$89 for 4 Classes. USE ANYTIME, ANY CLASS.
• LIMITED ENROLLMENT. Ample individual attention.
• MAKE-UP CLASSES/sessions available.
• EVERYONE gets to work each class.
• ON CAMERA before and afters.
• Heavily DISCOUNTED PRIVATE LESSONS AND COACHING available while enrolled.
EASY ONLINE REGISTRATION:
Reserve your spot by paying full amount via PayPal. Minimum enrollment is needed for each class. If class is cancelled, full amount will be refunded.
Pay to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use FRIENDS & FAMILY and write in note for which class(es) you are registering.
You will receive via email a receipt from PayPal and a confirmation from Brett with studio address.
Increase your presence, power, charisma and range as an actor. Maximize your genetic range as a human being. Use your body to create organic characters. Learn how to tune-up your instrument and psycho-physical connection for audition and performance. Transform stage fright into stage readiness.
Class will focus on the fundamentals of Alexander Technique and how they apply to the craft of acting. Students are encouraged to bring in anything (monologue, scene, character, movement, business, etc.) they want to work on and examine from the Alexander perspective.
Photos by Letanguerrant photography