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The Value of BCAS

Updated: May 28

Jill: I research a lot of other acting studios…competition, what are they doing for marketing, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah… A lot of them have different classes. They’ll have an audition class, a cold reading class, a scene study class.

Brian: And they have levels.

Jill: The reason why I like this so much is that you’re working on it all at once.

Randy: Yeah.

Jill: It’s not like, this class and this class and put it all together. We’re working on being on camera, also, reacting, listening, memorization. All that.

Brian: Improvisation. Every time I give you a script to cold read it’s improv.

Jill: This is really what you are doing on set. All the other places seems like it’s piecemeal instead of just a comprehensive, “This is what you’re going to get on set.”.

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