★ THE SECRETS OF SCREEN ACTING WITH PATRICK TUCKER ★
20th – 24th of May 2019
10am – 6pm
A UNIQUE FIVE DAY fully immersive course in Screen Acting with the world-renowned screen director and teacher PATRICK TUCKER.
Patrick will be sharing his original approach to screen acting. You will also have the opportunity to be directed by Patrick in both a two and three-hander filmed scene of high quality and of show-reel usability.
Imagine the advantage it will give you in your career to have the chance to experience and deeply immerse your self in training of this calibre for five full consecutive 8 hour days.
PATRICK TUCKER is an accomplished director of screen and stage. Since his first professional production in 1968, he has directed more than 200 plays in all forms of theatre, from weekly repertory to the Royal Shakespeare Company and three productions at Shakespeare’s Globe. He has also directed over 200 dramas for the screen, both on television and film. He has developed his unique approach to television and film acting as a separate discipline and his workshops are in constant demand worldwide.
Patrick has lectured and taught and directed all over the globe, including America, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Jordon, Kenya, Latvia, South Africa, South Korea… and next Chorley!
We have managed to organise and present this programme at an unbelievable and very affordable price.
As an EXCLUSIVE DEAL for our Cartwright Drama Students…
Early Bird Booking: £290 (book before March 31st)
Full price: £310 (book from April 1st onwards)
Price for non-Cartwright Drama Students: £350
Venue: Cartwright Drama Studio, Primrose Bank House, Friday Street, Chorley PR6 0AA
Places are limited and priority will be given to Cartwright Drama Students on a first come, first served basis.
To enquire or book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patrick Tucker, is far and away the most useful teacher on creating a great acting practice I’ve ever encountered. His teachings were responsible for me going from what was supposed to be just one episode on Heroes to a recurring character in the last three seasons of the show.
He is a veteran UK television and film director (and much sought after acting teacher), His Secrets of Screen Acting takes a very technical approach to acting for the camera. The art is there, to be sure, but this fills in all of the gaps that traditional acting classes leave behind in their zeal to teach you the art of acting. Being comfortable in front of the camera, and knowing what works and what doesn’t, can often be the difference between getting and not getting the gig.
It is all amazingly useful material, from how to manage the shooting frame to how to manage your vocal levels., revealed also is just how those dramatic shots we all remember from our favourite movies got caught on film or video, and how you as an actor can help the director achieve amazing results.
Offered also are a series of exercises that you and your fellow actors can put to immediate use, and which will increase your chances at auditions, call backs and, most importantly, booked gigs on-set. Knowing how the crew works, knowing what questions to ask and of whom, even understanding what all of the crew roles are, dovetails into the acting training you get from Patrick Tucker.
As I said, it can change your acting life. It certainly did for me.
David H Lawrence (Actor)
Patrick Tucker has proved himself to be without doubt the king of Screen Acting teachers, and in my over thirty years in the business I have never encountered anything like his approach, when you first come across his simple but extremely powerful techniques, they straight away propel you to a different level of acting in film and on tv, it is nothing short of mind blowing.
Jim Cartwright (Multi-award winning international playwright and director)