An online Masterclass in Acting for Video Games led by NYT Associate Artist, for ages 18-28.
Dates: Wednesday 27th April - Wednesday 25th May 2022 (one session a week)
7 - 8.30pm (Sold Out)
In Acting for Video Games you will explore the different ways an actor’s performance is captured for Video Games. A fun, practical course with lots of performance and 1 to 1 feedback opportunities the masterclass will develop new skills and technique across voice over, facial capture and motion capture.
We’ll explore getting to know the wide-ranging possibilities of your voice, scene studies, creating character voices, combat vocals, playing a playable character and how you might get started in the industry.
Holly Reddaway, Acting for Video Games Course Director (2021)
Led by top industry professionals, aimed at young people interested in exploring in virtual reality, animation and video game acting.
• Develop knowledge of how performance in captured (VO, facial capture, motion-capture)
• Gain an understanding of developing character voices for game scenes
• Explore potential career pathways by gaining insight into this skillset
'I enjoyed the insight into the world of acting for video games. The class was very easy to follow and I felt it was a great balance of information and opportunities to perform.'
Course participant, March 2021
- Open to NYT Members and non-NYT Members
- For ages 18-28
- £75 for 5 sessions
- Online Masterclass