Learn how to release your blocks with a nervous actors' guide to being relaxed on camera

Tuesday 21st - Wednesday 22nd August 2018

Who is it for?
Actors with little or no experience of improvisation for film and television
Actors looking for auditions/rehearsal preparation using improvisation
Actors who feel out of practice & want to re-hone their skills
How does it work?
Participants will practice how to explore, play and release your imagination.
You'll work on characters and stories, specifically relating them to
the filming experience.
Focused feedback
What do you gain?
Become confident to explore and play
Adopt a more flexible and creative approach to improvisation
Motivation to move away from the written text and explore the back
story to a part

Mary Roscoe - Teacher/Creator Biog (
Mary Roscoe has been working for 35 years in theatre, television and
film. Filming with Mike Leigh, Mike Figgis and Joanna Hogg led to
exploring and using improvisation techniques on camera.

Mary can be seen in a lead role in Joanna Hogg's "Unrelated" &
"Exhibition", Mike Leigh's "Topsy Turvy", and recently “Paddington”,
“Les Miserables”, "The Riot Club", "War & Peace" and "The Casual
Vacancy". Check IMDB  for further
credits or click here to view Mary's Biog on this website.

£125 per 1 day or £140 for 2 day work shop

Deposit of £100

Summer School: Improvising for Camera Dates 2018:
Tuesday 21st - Wednesday 22nd August 2018

For more information please ring us on 020 8709 8719 or email us via our contact page