Fundamentals of Acting
Digital Education Programming Presented by the
Center for Health & Wellbeing
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Exhilarating and enjoyable, acting can improve your communication skills, develop your self-confidence and relieve stress. To act and experience all the benefits acting offers, however, you must first acquire fundamental skills. In this program, Central Florida Community Arts Teaching Artist Jessica Munro guides you in the basics of stage acting through the use of theater games, role-playing and script.
By watching program, you can expect to learn:
- techniques to help with cold reads;
- the tools to help you embody a character;
- and how to use sense memory as an acting tool.
This program is presented by Jessica Munro and hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About the Program Presenter
Prior to joining CFCArts in 2019, Jessica Fernando worked with students of all ages immersing them in performing arts through imagination and play. She was also part of the East Coast tour of the “Power of One,” an anti-bullying show equipping elementary and high school students with invaluable resources for dealing with bullying situations. Fernando recently directed the CFCArts company show, “Heroes and Villains,” and continues to work as a teaching artist for Arts in Action programs. Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Jessica Fernando relocated to the United States in 2014 and hasn’t looked back!