Brush Up your British is a workshop that gives you a chance to refresh and work on your British accent (RP/London) and pick up tools for approaching sides that require this dialect with ease and confidence.
Date: Wednesday, August 23rd 2017
Time: 11AM-1PM EST
Location: AGR, 15 West 28th Street, 9th Floor, NYC 10001
*limited to 20 students per class
Ages 13 and up
Although the British dialect is something that gets touched on during our years of training, it often gets forgotten once we get out into the real world. When it's suddenly required for an audition, the pressure is on to scramble and try to get it back on track in time. Native Brit and self-confessed dialect geek Anna Frankl-Duval will help you:
Please bring a short piece of text with you to the workshop and be ready to use it to practice your new tools.
Wait List Policy
If a class is sold out, you can sign up for a spot on the wait list.
If a spot opens, the wait list is notified via email and the spot is sold on a first come, first served basis.
If you do not get the spot, you do not need to rejoin the wait list.
We do not offer refunds, but we do offer credit. Cancellations must be made 7 days or more in advance of a class, event, or intensive in order to receive a credit. You can cancel the class online in our booking system or via email.
Unless otherwise noted, if you cancel within 7 days of the class, event, or intensive due to sickness or industry related work, we require a doctor's note or proof of work in order to issue a credit.
Cancellations within 24 business hours of the class, event, or intensive and/or no-shows will NOT be credited under any circumstance. For example, if your class is on Sunday, you must cancel before the end of business on Friday.
Anna Frankl-Duval is a London born, New York trained actor and singer. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and CAP21, Anna began her work in New York, mostly in theatre and musicals. After 5 years in New York, Anna found herself back on the other side of the Atlantic, where she continued to work, performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, narrating a series of children's books, and singing as a member of a national award-winning vocal acapella group, as well as performing in theatres across London. In 2015, after 3 years of working in London and across the UK, Anna returned to where she belongs, New York, and has continued to build her career in the USA.