In this Seattle acting class, we‘ll do exercises designed to help students expand their emotional range, i.e., their ability to able to feel and express a wide range of emotions (when acting in films or on stage).
The emotional side of acting isn’t so much about learning to laugh or cry on cue, as about learning how to let yourself be real in the moment, i.e,. letting your own emotions surface in a natural and believable way as the scenes move along. We’ll do exercises in connecting with emotions naturally, then letting go of them when moving on to the next scene.
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- Tuesdays 6-8 pm (4 meetings)
- Feb. 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2024
- Phinney Neighborhood Center (Seattle)
- This location has free parking.
I am now a full time actor in L.A.
Hello Nils, I played Weasel and The Executioner in your movie Liberation… I also took the Let’s Make a Movie class with you few years ago. I hope you are doing great and finding time to make movies.I just wanted to thank you for having me in your movies and teaching me! I am now a full time actor in LA. Thank you and have a great 2017 full of creative films! Thank you and have a great 2017 full of creative films! My website is http://resumes.actorsaccess.com/dejasoufka
I just met a very awesome goal
I wanted to say thank you for your help and guidance in the early stages of my acting career. It has been a great journey that started in your beginning acting class. I am happy to report that I just met a very awesome goal. I will be a day actor in the TV series Grimm this week. It was your coaching that set and codified the foundation that helped get me where I am today. Thank you so much for your help.
I now have had two acting gigs
I’d like to thank you. After taking your classes last year, I now have had two acting gigs. One in a movie called Sideways Japan… it was a Fox production… and I was in a commercial in Hollywood, that was a Time Warner production.
The reel we made (in the Let’s Make a Movie class) was very useful helping me perform in front of camera and the fact (that I was) comfortable in front of camera got me the gigs.Tell everyone to not give up and give it your all if you want to make it. It was a slow start, but now I’m living in L.A. and loving it. Thanks again, your classes are good.
Thank you for inspiring me to follow my dreams
Hi Nils, I want to thank you for inspiring me to follow me dreams. I left Washington. I am down in California. I have started a television production company and I auditioned for a Harley Davidson Commercial yesterday as an actor. (Update: I got the role.) Everything is moving at light speed…and in a positive direction. It all started with you in that classroom at the U of W.
Looking forward to more!
Hi Nils, I just wanted to thank you for a great class last night! Clearly, people were a little nervous about getting up to perform their monologues, but you have fostered a very supportive environment which makes it much easier to get up there. I think you did an excellent job at figuring out how to help each individual to take the next step with their piece, despite a wide range of skill levels. I’m looking forward to next week!
I look forward to this class and other classes in the near future
I’ve had positive experiences in the acting classes taught by Nils. He is very knowledgeable about the “Acting” industry and local community as a whole. I am taking another class with Nils called “Let’s make a movie”. I look forward to this class and other classes in the near future. Keep up the great work Nils!
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