This workshop is an introduction to the on-camera acting technique developed by Bob Krakower and taught at some of the most important training programs in the United States, including Juilliard, Yale, and New York University. Selected actors will perform scenes on camera, and discussions will follow. Topics include script analysis, auditioning, and self-tapes. The workshop is designed for advanced professionals, but actors, directors, and writers of all levels are welcome to attend.
Eric Reis is a respected acting teacher based in New York City. His clients include multiple Emmy, Tony, Screen Actors Guild, and Drama Desk Award winners, and have performed leading roles in the Broadway productions of Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Les Miserables, Rock of Ages, Waitress, and Mean Girls, among countless others. He regularly works behind the scenes prepping actors for their roles on successful TV shows on The USA Network, CBS, HULU, and NETFLIX, among others.