- 3 Aug - 7 Sep, 2021
If you want to know how to navigate the rigorous and challenging demands of working on set, particularly for TV, this workshop is for you. Inspired by real television on-set scenarios, real instructions and interactions with fellow actors and directors and real scripts, participants will learn effective on camera acting practices that will give them the ‘reelworld’/real world experience they need. With this knowledge and experience in a safe, learning environment, participants will be better able to handle working on camera.
Actors beginning in television and film or looking to deepen their craft. Also appropriate for actors who would like exposure to television practices, specifically in Singapore. Acting experience is required. You do not need television experience necessarily, although if you have some that would be beneficial.
Minimum age requirement is 18 years.
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Batch 1: June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd (Full)
Batch 2: July 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
Every Tuesday, 7.30pm – 10.30pm for 4 sessions.
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What is special about your workshop?
We specifically work with scripts and scenarios from Singaporean televisions shows. These are the kinds of shows the actors based in Singapore will most likely work on/with in the future.
Krissy has been a professional actress since 2010 and has experience performing in Canada, the UK and Singapore. She is best known for her work on Mediacorp’s long running drama “Tanglin” where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Asian Television Awards in 2017. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of British Columbia specialising in Theatre (Performance). She moved back to Singapore in 2012 and began her acting career here with SRT’s Shakespeare in the Park. Since then she has self-produced 3 shows under Phenix Arts and Wag the Dog, performed in multiple shows with theatre companies around the island and in 2016 she made the switch to TV. Krissy is currently appearing on “Kin” and “Slow Dancing”.
Krissy first began teaching with HCAC in 2015 where she taught the “Intimate Shakespeare Series”, workshops focusing on performing Shakespearean text in a small studio space. She is looking forward to getting back to teaching after a brief hiatus.