Los Angeles: Free Acting Seminar with Stephen Book!


Improvisation Technique for Script Acting

In Hollywood: Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 7:30-9:15pm or Sunday, Sept. 28 at 3:30-5:15pm

Register at http://www.stephenbook.com

Bring more presence to your acting when you improvise your performance while speaking scripted and memorized lines.

You are invited to attend a FREE seminar with renowned coach & author, Stephen Book. Through his innovative Improvisation Technique, Stephen Book shows the actor how to create a spontaneous performance by applying improvisation to traditional script acting for film, theater, and television.

He has led a professional acting workshop in Hollywood since 1985. His students have included: William Hurt, David Boreanaz, Maura Tierney, Val Kilmer, Marg Helgenberger, Tate Donovan, Carla Gugino, Mark Valley, Kim Basinger, Doug Savant, Rita Moreno, Christopher Titus, Tim Matheson, Adam Ferrara, Kathleen Rose Perkins, George Carlin and others.

He is the author of BOOK ON ACTING Improvisation Technique for the Professional Actor in Film, Theater & Television and THE ACTOR TAKES A MEETING How to Interview Successfully with Agents, Managers, producers, and Casting Directors.

“Stephen Book’s Improvisation Technique is creatively explosive!It has heightened my presence with new levels of freedom, authenticity and generosity. Right after completing Stephen’s class I booked ‘Buffy’ which led to ‘Angel,’ ‘Bones,’ and films.” —DAVID BOREANAZ

“Improvisation is essential to acting and Book is a terrific teacher.”  —WILLIAM HURT

“Stephen Book is a genius! I immediately saw vast improvement in my stage and film work. I am thrilled to have a new toolbox for creating a character.” —SANAA LATHAN

“From the first rehearsal to the last take, his work is invaluable. It helps you to get out of your own way and gives you a feeling of doing improv while using text. He’s a great coach. Don’t do a film without him!–TATE DONOVAN

Register for the free seminar at http://www.stephenbook.com


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