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John D’Aquino Comedic Workshop – Creative Studios of Atlanta

Disney Star & On-Set Acting Coach, John D’Aquino,

Teaching Comedic Workshop at Creative Studios of Atlanta

on May 21st -22nd

Learn from Disney’s President of “Cory in the House”

“How To Make Funny”

 A Dynamic 4 ½ hour Intensive Comedic Acting Workshop

Stay This intensive workshop is a must for serious actors interested in comedic acting and adding more tools to your actor’s toolkit.

·         Exploring the evolution of sketch, situation comedy and multi-camera comedies

·         Making lines funnier with proven, joke-building principles

·         Understand the text and comedic ladder

·         Learning how to enhance performances

·         Developing the Signature of the Character

·         Improvisational techniques specifically designed the multi-camera format

Thirty year acting veteran John D’Aquino (Cory in the House, Seinfeld, Hannah Montana, CSI) has starred in six television series, recurred on many popular shows & guest starred on dozens more.

John D’Aquino has taught his 4 Camera Orientation seminar in Los Angeles on the sets of Disney’s most recent series Ant Farm and Kickin’ It and has acted as set acting coaches or performance doctors on Pack of Wolves and The Wizards of Waverly.   John has also recently visited the set of YTV’s Mr. Young (Vancouver, BC) as a performance consultant.

John credits includes Disney’s Shake it Up, Cory in the House and Hannah Montana as well as Seinfeld, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Weeds, CSI, Cold Case and many more.  Along with his capable staff, John D’Aquino’s Young Performers Workshops in Los Angeles, host multiple camps each Summer as well as deliver their program, Making Funny, on the road across America and sometimes beyond.  JOHN is also a personal acting coach whose students are currently working on television and film.

Actors will learn the science behind creating funny scenes and series.

·         -Learn how to shape comedic performance for 4 Camera’s (multi-camera’s)

·         -Life on the set; defining the performer’s accountabilities & production’s expectations

·         -Expand the performers overall craft and set management

·         -Raise skill-set to deliver greater performances despite limited rehearsal time 

·         -Develop a character’s artistic signature; thereby enhancing over-all effectiveness

Investment:  $195

Hurry While Seats Last!  Small Class Size. 

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Saturday, May 21st,  Session 1:    9am – 1:30pm

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Saturday, May 21st, Session 2:  2:30- 7 pm

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Sunday, May 22nd:  9am-1:30pm

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