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The Journey from Stage to Screen

Date 9th February 2019
Starts 2:45 pm
Finishes 3:30 pm
Room Seymour & Devonshire
Hosted by by Jay R Goldenberg on behalf of The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
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In this seminar discover the differences between acting in front of an audience and in front of the camera. Actors must be able to work in both mediums, but most lack any training in the fastest growing areas of our industry. What are an actor’s responsibilities on-stage and on-set? How does direction differ? How do you prepare for your scenes without a director? What kinds of choices serve the material in each medium? Take this opportunity to find out about hitting your mark, tracking your continuity, adjusting to your frame, and keeping your performance alive in every circumstance.

Jay Goldenberg is an actor, director and teacher, and has coached actors on the sets of feature films, including: Say Anything; miniseries: Elvis and Me; sitcoms: Moonlighting; and daytime dramas: General Hospital. His private client roster has included Salma Hayek, Cybill Shepherd, Alicia Silverstone, Estelle Getty, Michael Chiklis, Charles Kimbrough, Beth Howland, Ione Skye, Mary Wilson, Eric Close, Allyce Beasley, and Nicollette Sheridan, to name a few. Jay holds an MFA from New York University School of the Arts.