This series is designed to provide intensive four-hour training sessions for Stage & 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.
WHERE: will vary but typically at:
-Battery Dance Company, 380 Broadway (2 blocks south of Canal), Ripley Grier Studios at 520 8th Ave. NYC
TIME: 4 hour blocks (around 12pm-4pm).
COST: Typically $75 (late registration $100) but special seminars will have varying cost.
Cancelled, Fight Directing gig out of town
Rhythm of the Fight
This seminar will focus on choreographing an unarmed fight, working it up to speed and then playing with the rhythm. Much like a song or dance, a great fight must have a good rhythm to it. Watch how we can swap the hero and the villain without even changing the choreography!
Beginners will start with an introduction to screen/stage combat before moving in to a short bit of choreography to apply their new skills.
Experienced participants will work together on a much more complex fight and possibly more than 2 rhythm changes.
Payments before May 1st:
Payments after April 1st:
Tentative Dates for the rest of the year:
October 14th: Getting Bloody
December 9th: Holiday Fight Party
Remember, if there is specific training you are looking for please let me know and we may be able to arrange a Sunday Seminar on it!
Past Seminars Include:
Tactical Training for Actors
Stage & Screen Fighting
Flexibility in Film Fighting
Found Weapons Made Easy
Acting the Fight
Italian Rapier for Stage & Screen
Bond or Bowie?
Swashbuckling Sword Feats
Killing, Death & Consequences
Stunts for Women (and Men are welcome too)
Anything is a Weapon
Lights, Camera, ACTION!
Acting the Fight and “Selling It”
Cops & Robbers
Realism in Your Knife Fight Choreography
Holiday Fight Gathering: Choose your Weapon