Five Fun Ways To Approach A SceneWorkout
There are many aspects of being an actor that scale from plain old nerve-racking, to downright terrifying. Stage fright, pre-audition jitters, the fear of blanking on your lines in front of a well respected teacher or casting director. With so much pressure put on actors in so many areas of the business, SceneWorkout holds a safe space for experienced actors to regularly get together and feel totally comfortable playing, exploring, sharing and connecting with one another without the pressure of a class or work environment.
SceneWorkout isn’t a taught class, but a facilitated training session. No teacher, no set text, no restrictions. With the stakes lowered and pressure off, why not use your workout as an opportunity to test your instincts, have a play or really push yourself outside your comfort zone and see what you’re made of?
Here’s a short list of a few of the fun and interesting ways you can try approaching your SceneWorkout.
Try a different accent
This one’s a bit of a no brainer for us. As we’ve said before, SceneWorkout is the perfect place to polish your Polish, brush up on British and finesse your French accents.
If nailing the hard R’s in your standard American has always been a bit of a struggle or you’ve just always wanted to give South London a go, this is your opport