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Jan 15

Camera 2: Scene Work

January 15, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - February 12, 2023 @ 4:00 pm

Camera 2 Scene Work


Who is this class for?

Building on lessons learned in Camera 1: The Audition, Camera 2 goes deeper with script analysis, and puts actors in partnership for scene work. The best actors are also amazing scene partners, and this class will teach you how to create dynamic, believable performances, while also showing you how to be generous in your work so your scene partners also shine.

Camera 2 is a great fit for actors who have taken Camera 1 with us. While Camera 1 focused on The Audition, this class teaches actors how to perform Script Analysis and work with scene partners. Every student will work in each class in our intimate studio environment – 8 students max.

If you have not taken Camera 1 but you want to enroll in this class, you must have acting experience and training. You should understand the foundations of acting (previous Acting 101 class, etc.) and have booked on-camera work. If you have any questions about whether you are a good fit for this class, please contact us.

Brief Outline

  • Audition Simulation – Working & Adjusting in front of the camera
  • Script Analysis, Rehearsal, Character Improv
  • Scene Performances with filming, redirection, and on-set simulation
  • New Scene Rehearsal, etc.
  • New Scene Performance, etc.

Student work will be recorded. If you bring a SDHC memory card to class, we will send you home with your class clips for review. Videos recorded in class are for educational purposes only. If you need clips for you demo reel, we can assist you in other ways outside of this course. More information about memory cards will be made available once you are enrolled.

In Camera 2 We Will Also Cover:

  • Memorization Tips and Tricks
  • How to prevent a “locked in” performance
  • Recognizing and understanding “tone” in scene work
  • How to make your sound editor happy
  • Why “action” does not = start the dialogue “immediately”
  • On set terminology
  • Continuity of action
  • Building an arc and spotting the “turn”
  • and more.

Health & Safety Policy

At Mighty Tripod Acting Studio, we take health, safety, and wellness very seriously. Angela and David have both been vaccinated with the updated COVID bivalent booster. The bivalent booster is recommended, but not required for enrollment at our studio.

For our in-person classes, masks must be worn when not performing. If you are feeling ill during our course, you are encouraged to stay home. 

If you have any questions about our policy, please contact us.

Your Instructors

MTAS Founders

David S. Hogan & Angela DiMarco

David & Angela have over 50 years of combine acting experience. Their roots are in the theatre, but both have been working steadily in front of the camera. They are both represented by Big Fish NW Talent. Their teaching is founded on the classics (Stanislavski, Hagen, Commedia del Arte), but they also pull from their experience as actors and artists to inspire, educate, and challenge their students.


January 15, 2023 @ 1:00 pm
February 12, 2023 @ 4:00 pm
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Mighty Tripod Acting Studio
650 S. Orcas Street, Suite 203
Seattle, WA 98108 United States
(206) 769-5786


David S. Hogan
(206) 769-5786
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