Acting Bootcamp

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Acting Bootcamp

FilmGate Acting Workshop “Find your acting voice and connect to your next project.”

By FilmGate Miami

When and where

Date and time

May 18 · 7pm - June 22 · 9:30pm EDT


MUD FOUNDATION 350 Northeast 75th Street unit 360-123 Miami, FL 33138

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About this event

  • 35 days 2 hours
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May 18- June 22, THURSDAY Evenings, 7pm - 9:30pm, coffee, tea, snacks and popcorn included.

Memorable characters are at the crux of every successful film or television production. FilmGate wants to help YOU become that icon, from the movie screen to the theater stage.

You will learn technical and practical stage techniques, the in and outs of the acting business, and the specific tips that will get you booked. See the schedule below to learn more about the syllabus!

Class 1 (5/18):

Start with a vocal/movement warm-up. The focus of the first class would be to explore our instrument with guided imagination and sensory exercises, and building to simple contentless scenes incorporating text.

Class 2 (5/25):

Build on the previous week by working on more complex text; incorporating poems and heightened language to create circumstances (who/what/when/why/where) as the basis of a scene. Assign monologues from published plays to memorize and work on during the following class.

Class 3 (6/1):

Work on moment-to-moment and text analysis on an individual piece of text. Learn to identify the "clues" given by the material and playwright in order to begin to learn how to use language in a more active way by affecting the other "character(s)" in the scene. Assign multi-person scenes to students.

Class 4 (6/8):

Present multi-person scenes to become accustomed to listening and responding to an actual scene partner, while building on the acting techniques learned in previous classes.

Class 5 (6/15):

Depending on time, either rework the scene(s) or work on additional scenes. The basis of these two classes is to start moving from an individual artwork to a more ensemble one.

Class 6 (6/22):

Work on audition sides for TV/Film. Work on additional material students might be interested in working on. Question & Answer session about the industry and the career of an actor.


Daniel Capote graduate of the prestigious The Juilliard School Drama Division. While at Juilliard, he appeared in numerous productions, including THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT, TRUST, ROMEO AND JULIET, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, and WILLIAMS IN TRANSIT.

Daniel has recently appeared in the critically acclaimed, and award-winning production of THE CARETAKER with Zoetic Stage, as well as, the world-premiere production of FINDING MONA LISA by Michael McKeever.

He is also known for recurring as "Scientist Peter" on the hit Nickelodeon series I AM FRANKIE.


Hosted at the MUD Foundation. The coolest VR art studio that facilitates educational and artistic projects where the internet, data, virtual reality, and art converge.

MUD Foundation - 350 NE 75th St (Suite 360-123) - Free Parking on-site.

Refund Policy:

Ticket purchases are non-refundable after 24 hours.


Pictures will be taken during the event and posted on our social media.

About the organizer

Organized by
FilmGate Miami


We mentor and empower Florida’s visual storytellers of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds to create projects from a Florida point of view.

We deliver a range of multidisciplinary programs and initiatives in film, digital media, interactive and immersive content, mixed media, virtual and augmented reality.