Adults Class ScheduleClick here for class descriptions >
The Green Room On Camera Training Program
Advanced TV/Film Scene Study is outside of our core program and DOES allow students new to the Green Room based on approval. See FAQ's and class description for further information.
Guest teachers listed for the classes are based on their availability and not guaranteed. All of our classes with guest casting directors including this class are a learning experience. It is not an audition or employment opportunity. When the workshop/class is over, the casting director/casting associate/session director (whichever is applicable) teaching this workshop will not be taking home nor be given access to your headshot, resume or any other of your promotional materials.
Please note the STUDIO at which each class meets. We now have two spaces. The ChicagoAve studio is at 1915 W. Chicago Ave 60622 and Ravenswood is at 3701 N. Ravenswood Ave. #201 60613
- A student may makeup up to TWO missed classes depending upon availability of a suitable make-up date. Makeups must be completed within a year of the initial class.
Advanced TV/Film Scene Study
Any guest teachers listed or anticipated for the classes are based on their availability and not guaranteed. All of our classes with guest casting directors including this class are a learning experience. It is not an audition or employment opportunity. When the workshop/class is over, the casting director/casting associate/session director (whichever is applicable) teaching this workshop will not be taking home nor be given access to your headshot, resume or any other of your promotional materials.
Ear Prompter AND Teleprompter
Gain more than "proficiency" in these two tools, and open yourself up to more avenues for income in your acting career. Learn the technical requirements as well as acting styles that tend to show up in relation to each type of prompter. Then tap into these potentially lucrative markets!
Intro To Voice Over
Advanced Voice Over
* Prerequisite- Students should have SOME experience inside a VO booth before taking this class. Our "Intro to VO" class or similar experience is the minimum requirement.
Ivcich CORE Intensives
Leap with Passion into 2020!
Do you wish you had time each year during the busy holiday season to take stock of your life and prepare for the year ahead?
If yes, then the Leap with Passion Workshop is for you.
The annual Leap with Passion is a life-changing 5-hour workshop. Offered just before the end of the year, it is an opportunity for participants to show up for themselves—without distractions—in order to mindfully complete 2019 and then create an inspiring plan for 2020…a plan that will stick. This workshop is perfect for actors and non-actors alike.
Leap with Passion was created by native Chicagoan & NYC transplant, Rhonda Musak.
Here's what some past participants are saying about the workshop:
"Attending the workshop online this year, I felt Rhonda’s gentle guiding presence just as powerfully as when I attended the live workshop. It still felt like she was in the room with me!" ~ Kim Chinh
"Rhonda Musak's amazing Leap With Passion workshop offers a structured, inspiring, creative approach to defining where you want to go, what you want to do and who you want to be." ~ Gareth Hendee
"Rhonda Musak offered an incredible "glimpse" into a hopeful future with this workshop!" ~ Kim Corcoran
"Attend “Leap with Passion” and start your year off with a fresh eyes and fervent action." ~ Stephanie Joiner
Read more about Rhonda, Leap with Passion, and Art & Soul Acting on her website: Art & Soul Acting and then register below!
Recent Blog Posts
As a child’s acting coach, I often hear the same scenario from the parents of my young students. Mom or Dad agrees to have their child audition for a professional role—they then spend time helping the child prepare, putting together the child’s resume and picture, coordinating their outfit, running lines, taking time out of the family schedule to get their child to the audition, and so on. Once there, the child enters the audition room without mom or dad. When they return, the parents eagerly ask how it went, and the child responds with a vague “fine”. The parents are left to ponder the mysterious inner workings of the audition room. While we can’t expect children to give a detailed analysis of each experience, we can keep these five things in mind to help young actors in their auditions.Read more
By Steven Ivcich
Over my long career I’ve gotten to know every aspect of auditioning. As a writer/director I know the frustrations of trying to find the right actor for the role. When I was a casting director I struggled to get the most from actors in auditions. As an actor I’d thoroughly prepare for every audition only to have something unexpected render my preparation useless.
The actor’s dilemma of “how do I get cast” is the flip side of the director’s dilemma “how do I find actors who can engage an audience.” The answer to both questions is CORE. CORE reveals the absolutely essential skills needed to ace an audition and, at the same time, give a director confidence that you are the right person for the role. Read more