4th Batch of Cut Shortcut Acting Workshop at DK Studios, Nehru Apartments, Near Nehru Place Flyover > 7th & 8th June 2014

Time : 12 pm - 3:00 pm

(Proper certifications will be provided to the candidates)
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Place : DK Studios, Nehru Apartments, Near Nehru Place Flyover, New Delhi
Metro : Nearest Metro Station - 'Nehru Place(Violet Line)'

Event Description : Acting, direction, production all under one roof
A Workshop 
-which covers all the aspects related to acting in
-one weekend program

Program Schedule
a.Personality Reconstruction
Removal of hesitation with a whole new process of development.
b. Basic elements of acting covered

Actors on stage perform to sell an idea or product to their audience with their voice, facial expression and gestures. They demonstrate their enthusiasm with showmanship not just by reading their speech or delivering a carefully memorized one in a dreary monotone, but in a passionate rendition that will trigger the same response from their audience.In public speaking, it is the voice that should be most of all commanding. It should be clear and loud enough to be heard by the farthest of audience in the room or hall where you are speaking. Nothing is more frustrating for an audience than having to strain their ears to hear a speaker who whisper, mumble or stutter and having to pucker their foreheads to try to understand their perplexing diction.
Your listeners expect and deserve to hear and understand you.

Unless you're just doing voice acting, and even then (because people can hear a smile), facial expression is a vital part of acting. 
An audience absorbs every part of your performance; what you're saying, how you're saying it, and what you're doing. 
facial expression affects how your words are interpreted. they can be the visual representation of your words, or can be a contradiction of what you're saying. if you say, 'i'm angry' with a smile, people will know that you're not really angry. or you're being sarcastic etc. etc. facial expression gives the performance levels.

iii Body language
How good a person is at body language? As you can probably guess, there’s quite a range. My sense is that what works best as a rule is method acting, in which the actor is conjuring up the same emotions the character is feeling, usually (as I understand it) by connecting with events and memories from the actor’s own life. For instance, if I were playing the part of an athlete who had just lost an important game, I might conjure up my recollection of losing in the finals of the school spelling bee in 4th grade by misspelling “chief” (I had trouble with “i before e” for quite a while, partly because of my last name). Method acting appears to work in part because some of the body language the character would be showing comes out as a natural expression of the actor’s emotions. Regardless, a better awareness of body language can help create stronger performances.

Root level differenes between stage and camera acting with different excerises for both
Actors just beginning to learn their craft are not as heavily concerned with finding the solid difference between stage and film acting. However, as you start to take your career to a professional level, you'll need to to differentiate between the two and find which style best suits your niche.
When performing on stage, it is important to remember that your objective is to accurately tell a story to an audience. While your main focus will be on your scene partners, you must remember that facing your back to an audience is not an effective way of delivering your character. Unlike film, you must project your voice much louder than you would on film.The concept of acting is fairly similar with both styles in that you want to stay true to your character and their circumstance. Whether you hit your mark on camera or your line on stage, you need to know the difeerence between theatre and films.


Production management is a sub-division of stagecraft. The production management team (consisting of a production manager and any number of assistants) is responsible for realizing the visions of the producer and the director or choreographer within constraints of technical possibility. This involves coordinating the operations of various production sub-disciplines (scenic, wardrobe, lighting, sound, projection, automation, video, pyrotechnics, stage management, etc.) of the presentation.In addition to management and financial skills, a production manager must have detailed knowledge of all production disciplines including a thorough understanding of the interaction of these disciplines during the production process. This may involve dealing with matters ranging from the procurement of staff, materials and services, to freight, customs coordination, telecommunications, labor relations, logistics, information technology, government liaison, venue booking, scheduling, operations management, mending delay problems and workplace safety.

A director or stage director is a director/instructor in the theatre/film field who oversees and orchestrates the mounting of a production (a play, short film,an opera, a musical, or a devised piece of work) by unifying various endeavours and aspects of production. The director's function is to ensure the quality and completeness of production and to lead the members of the creative team into realising their artistic vision for it. The director therefore collaborates with a team of creative individuals and other staff, coordinating research, stagecraft, costume design, props, lighting design, acting, set design, stage combat, and sound design for the production. If the production he or she is mounting is a new piece of writing or a (new) translation of a play, the director may also work with the playwright or translator. In contemporary theatre, after the playwright, the director is generally the primary visionary, making decisions on the artistic concept and interpretation of the play and its staging. Different directors occupy different places of authority and responsibility, depending on the structure and philosophy of individual theatre companies. Directors utilize a wide variety of techniques, philosophies, and levels of collaboration.

An actor lives his /her own character with the joint efforts of the director.

d.Perform with the soul

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