National Youth Theatre : Masterclass in Acting for Screen

Looking for a new challenge? Join the National Youth Theatre for a week-long course for performers aged 15-25. Develop your on-screen acting skills and learn from industry professionals. 

National Youth Theatre : Masterclass in Acting for Screen

Led by top industry professionals, aimed at students wishing to gain more skills and knowledge in performing on TV and in Film, Acting for Screen is a six-day masterclass offering the following: 

• Develop knowledge and experience in the casting process for TV, Film and commercials
• Gain an understanding of screen technique and how to perform in front of a camera
• Understand how to present yourself in an audition situation and get the most out of the process
• Explore the difference between screen acting and theatre acting
• Experience a mock screen test
• Perform a scene from a Film or Television programme and get personal feedback
• Take away your presentation footage when you bring a SD card on your final day

Head over to www.nyt.org.uk/courses for our full programme of Summer Masterclasses and find more dates and locations to choose from. 

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National Youth Theatre

The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain is a world leading youth arts organisation. We were established in 1956 as the first youth theatre in the world and since then we have nurtured the talent of hundreds of thousands of young people. National Youth Theatre gives young people the opportunity to learn as much about themselves and how to relate to others, as they do about acting and technical theatre. Whilst some of our members go on to become well known faces of stage and screen, many others go on to be great lawyers, journalists, doctors, teachers, entrepreneurs, CEOs and much more. Last year NYT awarded £65O,OOO of bursaries to young people in need. The National Youth Theatre is a registered charity number 306075/SCO43665

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