The Equity Foundation is thrilled to be collaborating with the Atlantic Acting School and Foxtel to once again offer an Australian performer the opportunity to hone their craft in New York.
The Summer Intensive scholarship (valued at $US3,700) will take place in New York City from July 5 – August 12, 2017.
We are delighted that once again Foxtel are joining us to contribute a cash prize of $AU8,000 to assist with flights and accommodation.
APPLICATION AND PROGRAM DETAILS
•Applications are now open for the Equity Foundation Scholarship to attend the Summer Intensive at the Atlantic Acting School in New York City.
•The Scholarship covers Atlantic tuition fees and a financial contribution of $AUS8,000 towards accommodation, flights, meals or incidentals which are the responsibility of the winner.
•There is one place available in this program. The winner will attend the Atlantic Acting School from July 5 – August 12, 2017.
•Please follow application instructions carefully. Your bio and headshot must be ONE pdf document. Your showreel must be provided as a URL. We do not accept video files. Your showreel should be hosted on your own private YouTube or Vimeo channel or personal website.
•Applications close Thursday March 30, 2017.
•Shortlisted applicants will be required to participate in phone interview with judges.
•The winners will be chosen by a panel of industry experts and announced mid April 2017.
The Atlantic Acting School
Founded by David Mamet and William H. Macy, the Atlantic has the only conservatory program in the world that offers in-depth training in Mamet and Macy’s unique and influential approach to acting: Practical Aesthetics, the Atlantic Technique. The school’s mission is to ensure that each graduate masters the essential analytical and physical disciplines of acting and to empower every student with skills necessary for success in the profession.
The Summer Intensive
Offering comprehensive training, this rigorous six-week intensive immerses students in an accelerated curriculum which mirrors that of the first semester conservatory instruction. This ambitious and rewarding intensive serves the actor seeking familiarization with the Atlantic Technique, Practical Aesthetics, and introduction to the development of skills required of a responsive physical instrument.
Inherent in the culture of the school, and ubiquitous in the curriculum, is training in the professional habits and discipline demanded by the collaborative nature of this creative work. Classes take place Mondays through Fridays 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM along with a half day on Saturday.