This Two Day Masterclass is specifically designed by Premier Acting Coach Peter Rasmussen to transform your on-screen performances.
Peter will use advanced techniques to make adjustments to your performances and bring you safely out of your comfort zone to produce highly engaging and memorable takes.
Each advanced workshop is highly individualised based on each Actors needs. Peter will introduce multiple techniques to make dramatic and bold changes in your performance, allowing you to work to your fullest potential under pressure.
Numbers are kept very small allowing a high level of individual attention on each actor.
You will be assigned scripts to prepare ahead of time.
This workshop will be taught in-person at Rasmussen Casting Studio in Mcdowall - North Brisbane.
Fee - $860 AUD
Upcoming in-studio DATES 2024:
March 16th and 17th - THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL - to be added to the wait list please email [email protected] with your CV.
May 4th and 5th - Apply - Send Headshot, Showreel and CV (CV to include both credits and past training) to [email protected] with the subject line “ADVANCED SCREEN WORKSHOP APPLICATION” please include which date you are applying for.
*Please note this workshop requires a high level of commitment from each actor and requires material be learnt thoroughly before attendance.
*Please note this workshop is not open to beginners.
With over 25 years of industry experience, Peter prides himself on providing creative and innovative Casting to all types of productions - from Feature Films to Commercials. Some of his casting credits include AACTA nominated The Butterfly Tree and Celeste, as well as working on many television shows including Neighbours, Packed to the Rafters, Sea Patrol, H20 – Just add water, The Doctor Blake Mysteries and the Underbelly Movies Files.
Peter has studied and draws on various techniques from Lee Strasburg, Ivanna Chubbuck, Eric Morris, Uta Hagan, Sanford Meisner, Robert Cohen, Mark Travis, Practical Aesthetics and Howard Fine. His classes are highly sought after around Australia, and has taught at major schools including the Queensland University of Technology – Fine Arts Program, Griffith Film School, Queensland Conservatorium’s Performing Arts Programme, The Howard Fine School and the Melbourne Acting Academy.
His students frequently go on to international success in lead roles.