This four-session workshop uses real TV and film scripts to help you do your best-possible work in front of the camera. You will learn to quickly analyze a script, produce a spontaneous, truthful performance, and develop a deep, honest emotional connection to the work.
Over the course of a month, you will use scenes that complement your strengths, while still challenging you to improve in other areas.
The learning doesn’t stop when class ends. All students get online access to their performances so they can continue to review their work and improve.
Classes are limited in size to ensure that all students get plenty of camera time.
Four Mondays: March 23, March 30, April 6 & April 13
7 pm – 10 pm
Mosser Casting, 3583 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Maximum 10 students — This course fills up quickly, so sign up now!
Attention New Students: This workshop is designed for actors with some experience. Before you sign up, let’s determine if this workshop is right for you. Send a resume or bio to [email protected]. Then, after you get approval from Randy, you can register at the link below.
ABOUT RANDY KOVITZ
If you own a TV, you’re probably seen Randy Kovitz [IMDB] on your favorite show.
He beat up Balki on Perfect Strangers and helped save a patient on ER. He certified Amy Poehler’s election on Parks and Recreation, and was assassinated on The Blacklist. Randy has also appeared on Hill Street Blues, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and films including Dawn of the Dead, Will Smith’s Concussion, The Fault in Our Stars, and more.
As a stunt co-ordinator, Randy has staged fights with Sean Penn on Saturday Night Live, performed elegant fencing routines while doubling Raul Julia in The Addams Family, and staged hillbilly violence on WGN’s The Outsiders.
In addition to directing award-winning short films, Randy teaches Acting for the Camera at Carnegie Mellon University.
Learn more about Randy at randykovitz.com
“I just finished the Intro to Camera Acting with Randy Kovitz. It was absolutely fantastic! I have done a couple of commercials, and numerous auditions, and I know I will be much more confident and successful after this workshop. I’m looking forward to studying more with Randy.”
—Ramona Cain, student
“Wanted to share with you that I just landed a supporting role in a feature film. I could not have done it without your help and guidance so I really owe it to you. Thank you for everything. And thanks to Nancy for having your classes!”
—John Furman, former student