This workshop is sold out. Please email us at [email protected] to put your name on the waiting list.
Working in TV
Reclaiming the TV Audition – How to Combat Nerves –
It’s common and okay to be nervous in a TV audition. Nerves can come from all sorts of places and reasons, but dont let nerves be the reason you dont get the job. But when the nerves take over and do not allow you to give your best performance, that’s when we need to worry!
No matter how long the audition is, it is your time to shine. To show the Director who you are, your opinions of the script and also your acting skill and that you can take direction. Don’t be nervous, be excited!
This new workshop with experienced screen Director Christiana Ebohon-Green aims to give actors more confidence by working with a well established screen Director. Actors will work on improving their screen audition technique by understanding what exactly a Director needs to see from an actor in order to choose them for the role. Scripts will be used in this workshop.
The most common TV auditions nowadays are for guest roles; guest roles that can last a day, a week or even months. Having guest roles on your CV shows that you are a consistent and solid screen actor, and can lead to a successful screen career. But as we all know, consistently booking screen roles is not an easy task!
This new workshop with experienced screen Director Christiana Ebohon-Green aims to give actors the chance to work with a well established screen Director in order to improve their screen acting skills, audition technique and to understand what exactly a Director needs to see from an actor in order to specifically choose them for the role.
Christiana Ebohon-Green is an award winning drama Director, with fifteen years experience in the industry. She has just finished directing two episodes of Grantchester (ITV) and The Mallorca Files (BBC One). She has directed many episodes of the most watched BBC, ITV and Channel 4 TV shows on our screens. Her credits include Father Brown (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Eastenders (BBC), Emmerdale (ITV) and Hollyoaks (Channel 4).