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Welcome to the home of Dublin Central School of Acting.
As Film and TV production in Ireland escalates as never before, the
Dublin Central School of Acting provides a creative space where people
who are new to the Industry can learn the craft of Film and TV acting, working with trained and experienced Professionals.

We also provide courses for the  professional actor who want to brush up on their skills in various aspects of the craft.

The courses are  designed by Casting Director Gillian Reynolds.

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“GET INTO FILM AND T.V. ACTING” is also available as a mid-week course, running on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm, for 10 weeks.
Next available course is September 2018 and is run by Gillian and a Guest Film Director.


Our dynamic 10-week course “GET INTO FILM AND T.V. ACTING” is available on Saturdays, from 10 am – 5.00 pm.

“GET INTO FILM AND T.V. ACTING” is also available as a mid-week course, running on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm, for 10 weeks in the Spring and Autumn terms. We also run Masterclasses throughout the year. The course, designed by Casting Director Gillian Reynolds, covers the key areas of Film and TV acting: Acting for camera – camera angles, eye lines, and framing The difference between a single camera and multi-camera for Film, Episodic TV and Soap dramas, how to create a character and back-story Script breakdown. Write and make your own short in a day, using theory learned from class Casting for TV Commercials Improvisation, voice and movement Audition and Interview technique How to market yourself within the Industry The art of Self-taping Compiling a C.V and getting an Agent. Ever thought you could have a professional

Ever thought you could have a professional Showreel, professional Headshots, and a C.V. by the end of a 10-week Course? This course provides Headshots, and a professional crew will come to film your end-of-course Showreel scene. It will be edited and sent to you, for you to promote yourself to casting directors, agents and directors. Each course is run by Gillian Reynolds

Each course is run by Gillian Reynolds Casting and will feature guest Tutors from the world of Film and TV production. The Course fee is €650. This may be paid in instalments, but must be paid in full before the course commences. Venue: The Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”9″ img_size=”175×175″ alignment=”center” css_animation=”fadeInDown” css=”.vc_custom_1507989457175{margin-top: 0px !important;}”][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1507989473432{margin-top: 10px !important;}”]


Email: dublincentralschoolofacting@gmail.com

Call: 087 261 9718 – Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 17:00

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Advanced Acting for Film/ Episodic T.V./Soaps- 3 day course

This workshop is run by Peter Sheridan (Film and Theatre Director) Hilary Reynolds (Writer Fair City) and Celia Murphy.(Actress Fair City) and Gillian Reynolds Casting.

The course is aimed at those who have some training and experience in Acting- but need hands on experience with Film Acting. The course covers Film technique,the differences between Feature Film and Episodic T.V. and Soaps-like FAIR CITY/RED ROCK- Further details below.

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Stanislavski: A one day intensive Workshop run by Elizabeth-Moynihan (Actress and Writer)

This is suitable for actors who have some training and who want
instant knowledge of the Stanislavski Method without the trouble of having to plough through books-often with quite bad translations.

The Method empowers  actors to use their imagination, senses and emotions to create real performances that are founded in the ‘truth of the moment”.

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Teen Filmmaking and Acting for Camera is a 5 day summer course for 13- 18year olds.

This course runs for one week in July and one week in August and is specifically designed for young people with little or no experience in film making or acting for camera- which is very different from stage acting!

At DCSA students learn how to storyboard, write, act, shoot and direct and edit their own short film. It is suitable for students who want to work as a Blogger on you tube like Casper Lee or Act for Screen or explore the possibility of Film Directing. The course is run by Gillian Reynolds Casting and a guest Film Director.