For the first time, Randy Kovitz is offering one-on-one and two-person acting coaching, via Zoom, to performers at the intermediate and advanced levels.
This is a chance to study with a Carnegie Mellon School of Drama professor, who is also a working film and TV actor, in an intimate setting tailored to your needs.
You can work on a monologue or a scene (either solo or with a partner); get personalized coaching for audition self taping (including acting and technical advice); or get guidance on professional aspects of your career, like agents, pictures, demo reels, or other concerns.
Randy draws from a wide variety of acting techniques, focuses on your specific needs, and offers concrete take-aways that will be useful long after your session.
These private classes are limited to actors with some training or experience. It’s a great way to hone your technique and improve your skills in preparation for the resumption of production next year.
Give yourself the gift of actor training, move into the next skill level and keep your chops sharp!
• 1-hour, one-on-one session: $75
• 1-hour, two-person session: $110* (*Bring your own partner, or we can try to match you with somebody)
Save 10% by booking two or more sessions.
How to Register
Email [email protected] with a brief description of your training and experience or a resume. Randy will be in touch to schedule your session and provide a payment link.
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 show ranging from Hill Street Blues to The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and in 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 rumbles 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