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Script Analysis (May)

Unlocking meaning, theme, and purpose for stronger auditions.

  • Ended
  • 275 US dollars
  • Old Poole Road

Available spots


Service Description

As a foundational skill, students are strongly recommended to take Script Analysis before beginning on-camera training. Through the study and analysis of award-winning screenplays, students will: ~learn how to determine the four key elements in a script. ~strengthen their ability to build relationships with directors and writers through a deeper commitment to the story and how the actor's character contributes to it. ~develop critical thinking and inquiry skills so they can ask insightful, relevant questions at auditions, callbacks, and the table read. ~apply their newfound skills to sides. We will also examine non-award winning scripts where the four key elements are more challenging to determine, and how actors can use script analysis skills when they only have access to audition sides. Class will NOT meet on Memorial Day. Bronwen Carson is an award-winning writer and generative director. She’s a New York International Fringe Festival Excellence in Directing award recipient (April’s Fool), a member of the 2023-24 playwriting cohort at The Dramatist’s Guild, recipient of the 2023 Goddard Engaged Artist Grant, the 2022 Unleash Press Book Award, and the 2021 Rona Jaffe Breadloaf Scholar Award. Her debut novel, Magpie, published in March 2023 (Unleash Press) is currently nominated for the National Book Award and the PEN/Hemingway Award. She’s a two-time Drama League generative writer-director finalist and her work has been supported by The Director's Lab at The Actors Studio, Sarasvati Creative Space, Irondale, The Ross Foundation, The Rona Jaffe Award, NY Int’l Fringe Festival, The Ailey Center, Skirball, The Watt Family Foundation, Meetinghouse Literary Journal, Unleash Press, TÉA Artistry, Duke Films, GRASP, The Private Theatre, The Dramatist’s Guild, and The Sundance Institute. Her next film, Has Anyone Seen Bill?, shoots in North Carolina in January 2024. SDC, SAG-AFTRA, AG.


Cancellation Policy

Due to the uncertain nature of sickness & travel, we cannot offer refunds or prorated class rates. However, we are happy to offer class credits for entire missed sessions or workshops. Prorated class credits may be given on a case-to-case basis if the student has missed at least half of the classes in a session.


Contact Details

  • 5311 Old Poole Road, Raleigh, NC, USA

    (984) 205-1182

    connect@btocreativeartistsgroup.com


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