YOUNG ACTORS SUMMER CAMP
JULY 24 - 28, 2016
Chez Studios is excited to present
A One Week Young Actors Camp
with Scott Jones and Friends
Chez Studios presents a YOUTH (ages 8 to 21) Summer Camp designed to give young actors and parents a week long acting experience like no other. This is THE summer acting camp for young actors who want to learn more about working in television and film.
Much will be cover in the week including...
On-Camera Acting Technique
Understanding How to Break-Down Scenes
Insight on What’s Happening in the “Audition Room”
Commercial Acting Skills
Using Improv to make unique creative choices with their performances
Throughout the week these young actors will explore every aspect of acting, learn to take risk with their performances and discover their unique creative talent.
Its the most fun you will ever have in class.
Special Guests will attend during the week and bring their unique skills to the lessons.
This will focus on professional but also be filled with FUN! That is what a camp should be about. Our comprehensive camp will have students walking away feeling confident and prepared.
This is a sample of how the days breakdown.
10:00-10:30 Check In/ Warm-Up & Games
10:30-12:30 Class One (sample - On Camera Acting)
12:30-1:00 Lunch Break (please bring your own lunch)
1:00-2:00. Group Activity/ Project
2:00-4:00. Class Two (sample - Voice Over Project)
The acting skills covered will be:
IMPROV all day long: Why? BECAUSE...
IMPROV Training will...
- Enhance Acting Abilities
- Increase Confidence
- Refine Brainstorming Processing
- Enhance Creative Thinking
- Gain Confidence in Social Skills
- Improve Listening and Observation Skills
- Develop Team Working Skills
Because every actor young and old needs to be able to read and breakdown a script. Our program will give skills to all that attend.
ON CAMERA TRAINING
This will allow playback reviews of all scene work to show and guide the students.
Each Camp goer will have a scene to audition with and be coached on how to improve.
The FUN Activities will include:
Movie Scavenger Hunt
Students are grouped up and they are given several items to find or use.
Voice Over Project
Students have art supplies to draw and create a charter. They have to give that character an original voice.
Students get to use art supplies to create their own original product and get to write a short commercial around it.
The Goat Farm Arts Center - Atlanta, GA.
Location details will be given to students when their registration and payment are confirmed, about 1 week prior to the start date.
1 Week Camp Dates are July 24 - 28, 2016: Cost $ 485.00
You can also make a payment of half now to reserve your space. Click the button below. Make sure to come pack and pay one more time before the class starts.
Each class size will be limited. Spaces will be reserved on a first come, first paid basis.
*Please Note: Cancellation Policy. You may cancel your workshop for a refund 14 days prior to the start date. Any cancellation after that time is subject to fees and our ability to find a replacement. If we are unable to find a replacement then you will not receive a refund. Many credit cards have insurance in the event of emergencies and we encourage you to use these when booking.
In 2012 Scott Jones started Out Of Your Head Improv, developing classes where actors could discover how improv can be used as a tool to help create unique and dynamic performances. These classes highlight his desire to help inspire performers confidence.
Mr. Jones was born and raised outside of Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Florida State University’s School of Theater, where he studied acting while also writing and performing stand-up comedy. He was a member of the schools improv troupe, The Whammo Players, which toured all over Florida. Scott also studied theater in London’s West End, before graduating with a B.A. in Performing Arts in 2001.
He has studied improv at The Groundlings and The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. He performed stand-up all over Los Angeles, including at The Laugh Factory, Comedy Store, and The Icehouse. We worked as a performer at the Disneyland Resort acting in Snow White: An Enchanting Musical (Yes, he played Dopey).
Jones’ love for acting and improv lead him to teaching, and in 2007 he was hired by The Vonder Haar Center for the Performing Arts to teach their acting classes, as well as direct several productions. Jones helped coach the young actors on the Disney channel show Kickin’ It. He also became a teacher for The Playground Studio run by renowned acting coach Gary Spatz.