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Young Actors Can Make This A Summer Of Learning

Hollywood (June 8, 2006) – What are you doing this summer? Basking in the sun? Taking a trip to Europe? How about working on your acting craft?

This year, many young actors can take those long, summer months to focus on learning more about the art of acting and maybe even get that tan in the process.

Young Actor’s Camp, a company that caters to kids and teens has an advanced program that is a sort of “fantasy camp” for actors. For 2-4 weeks, young thespians go through a core program for acting in film, commercials, along with doing some improv. Outside the core program, boys and girls can choose electives to study like learning a new accent, TV and soap-opera acting, print modeling, or training in comedy. In the evening, students can also pick from filmmaking, stunt training, or image consulting to round out their resume.

Most of these summer camps are aimed at the teenage crowd with students rooming together and meals prepared for them by the staff. Camps usually run from 2-4 weeks in length while age ranges are from 8-18.

If you’re an actor but you feel you’re a little too old to be going to summer camp, you can always join the adults taking a workshop in a foreign land.

One of the most prestigious schools in the United States, the New York Film Academy www.nyfa.com provides acting programs for both teens and adults. Their U.S. locations include New York, Princeton University, Harvard University, Universal Studios in Hollywood, and MGM Studios in Florida. Locations abroad include Paris, France and Florence, Italy along with Oxford University in England.

Most of these camps involve instruction in voice, movement, acting audition techniques, scene study, character building, improvisation, and performing in front of the camera. Some will even have the actor perform an acting audition in front of Hollywood agents looking to sign new talent. Resumes and professional headshots are provided at other camps.

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