We Know a performer’s weekly schedule can be tough. That’s why we provide multiple options to register for class:
Choose which works best for you
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1) Weekly Classes
Train on an individual basis! All skill levels are welcome. Our class is designed in an ongoing format to build upon your skill level and goals as a performer. Various styles are taught concurrently; on a given night you may be working on unarmed combat while others are working on longsword, another group on knife, or a pair working on choreography for a project!
2) Sunday Seminars
Can’t make weeknights?
Once a month there is a 4 hour Sunday Seminar.
This allows you to train on an individual basis. All skill levels are welcome. Our class is designed in an ongoing format to build upon your skill level and goals as a performer. Various styles are taught concurrently; on a given night you may be working on unarmed combat while others are working on longsword, another group on knife, or a pair working on choreography for a project!
You can modify this structure using our intuitive drag and drop interface, which allows you to rearrange content to your heart’s content.
The emphasis in class is put on learning the skills necessary to perform fights exceptionally. This is not a “certification course” as certificates are of minimal use to you in the industry. Where and how you train matters more. When auditioning for a fighting role, the stunt coordinator/fight director cares about what you can do. The more work you put into training, the better you will be. THAT is what will get you hired in fighting roles. Remember that under performance stress, we do not rise to the level of our expectations; we drop to the level of our training.
Once your skills reach the necessary level we choose a fight scene and start creating choreography to perform for stage or screen (depending on your focus).
Drop-in for a class or make it a weekly event –
This is perfect for a schedule that requires casual training
This series is designed to provide intensive four-hour training sessions for stage and screen combat. The subject matter will vary from month to month. Sometimes we will train in the use of specific weapons. Other times the sessions will cover acting-based topics as they specifically relate to violence on stage or screen.
A minimum number of participants is required to make certain the seminar happens so make sure to sign up early. You must register by the end of the preceding month for the discounted price.
Check out our package discounts for Sunday Seminars on our pricing page
A Monthly, 4 hour Seminar
Past Sunday Seminars have included:
– Camera Awareness in Fights
– Tactical Training for Actors
– Rhythm of the Fight
– Stage & Screen Fighting
– Flexibility in Film Fighting
– Acting the Fight
– Bond or Bowie?
– Swashbuckling Sword Feats
– Killing, Death & Consequences
– Getting Bloody
– Stunts for Women (and Men are welcome too)
– Anything is a Weapon
– Lights, Camera, ACTION!
– Acting the Fight and “Selling It”
– Cops & Robbers
– All About The Music!