Monday Oct 7th, 7pm - 10pm
Broadway veteran, star of stage and screen, Thomas G. Waites teaches advanced scene study for serious professionals. As a member of the Actor's Studio, a Julliard Graduate, and a seasoned professional, he brings experience, knowledge and craft to his students in a sharing, nurturing environment. Take advantage of him now.
Managing Audition Anxiety: We all have fears. Perhaps the greatest fear for the inexperienced actor is anxiety related to the audition. Thomas G. Waites discusses overcoming fear and using it to advance your acting career. One of the benefits of being a student at the Thomas G. Waites Acting Studio is access to a master teacher who is also a working actor. Most students call Waites as soon as they get word of an audition. And his experienced counsel has helped hundreds of actors overcome fear and realize their dreams.
Develop your stage skills: You get out of this craft what you invest. And as much energy as you may have, you – like all of us – are limited by time. That’s why you need an excellent teacher. An experienced, compassionate and passionate teacher can accelerate your career, shaving off years. Thomas G. Waites is one of the most experienced and well-respected professionals on the New York theater scene. Tap his contacts. Benefit from his experience. Let him be your advocate and your inspiration.
Find your voice: Who are you going to be? What if you could be anyone you could imagine? Own your voice and own your future as an actor. Thomas G. Waites learned to love his voice through years of study and training. Let him show you the power of your voice. Whether you’re an aspiring actor or a professional facing a public speaking engagement, Waites will bring out the strength that is your voice.
Amazing class with a very incredible teacher ,Mr Thomas Waites knows really well the theater and the film acting
This could be an OK class for someone new to acting, but as someone who's been working and studying acting for years, it wasn't a good fit for me. Tom could take more time to get to know new students and see where they are as actors before trying to teach them, he seemed to just assume everyone who was new to his class was new to acting.