Screen Acting Workshops

Becky offers on-camera acting workshops to develop authenticity, emotional connection and presence for actors. Whether you’re a newcomer or an experienced actor, you will be able to take your acting work for to the next level – and you’ll have fun too!

You can read more below about what is included in the coaching sessions. But more importantly than all of these technical aspects, Becky will help you grow and build your self-belief. Although her speciality is working with cameras (as she has been doing this her whole life - even growing up, her mother was a photographer!) her passion is healing and growth. So, when you feel ready to start working with Becky as your coach, you might like to see it as investing in your future health, happiness and success.

So what will you get out of working with Becky? Screen Acting is more important than ever for actors - even if all you want to do is work in theatre, many meetings and auditions are taking place on zoom (and other online camera platforms). Working on-camera in this digital era means more than it used to. Becky prepares you for zoom auditions, self-tapes, online chats with directors, script readings online, and all of your interactions that take place with a camera (be it the camera in audition rooms, the camera in your laptop or tablet, or the camera on the film set when you get the job!). The classes prepare you for work on film sets, whether you have a small scene in a movie, or a large role in a series, so that as your success grows, so does your confidence in your abilities. 

Workshops with Becky are informal and fun, covering different topics, including technical aspects of working with camera, cold-reading, screen audition preparation, self-tape technique, accepting direction, being in the moment and emotional connection. Becky applies the teaching to specific scenes and character roles, and you will get plenty of on-camera practice, as her classes are practical sessions.

To find out more just Contact Becky for more information! You are very welcome to visit the Facebook page or Vimeo (links at bottom of this page on the right) to see many clips from workshops, showreel scenes by student actors and multiple reviews of the workshops from students.