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"Is there no play,
To ease the anguish

of a torturing hour?"


March 30th, April 6th, 13th, and 20th, 

10:00 - 1:00p MST
(12:00 - 3:00p EST) 

Classes will be held over ZOOM


There is a limit of 10 actors per sequence.


Any actors interested please email with a picture and resume. 
The Visionbox staff will then be in touch with additional information. 


Visionbox Studio is proud to offer a new On Camera Acting & Audition Class taught by New York City actor, Trevor Lyons (Visionbox Ensemble Member). In this four-week sequence, Trevor will provide tools to identify, unlock, and express actors' unique connection to any script in a way that translates clearly and boldly on camera - the key to turning casting directors and producers into your fans and building the network you'll need for a sustainable career. The class will cover a variety of styles and genres, how to handle “emotional” challenges on camera, technical guidelines for stellar self-tapes, and advanced acting techniques for TV and film. Trevor will also provide a "typing" exercise to uncover each actor's unique "dramatic DNA" and the character types they can most effectively leverage through headshots and footage.


Contact for more information
and to set up an audition/interview.


Trevor Lyons

Trevor has worked professionally on stage and on camera alongside many notable, professional actors. Recent credits include The Wild Hunt, written and directed by Bill Pullman, a new TV pilot starring Dan Lauria and Tony Denison titled Un$uited for which Trevor received a best actor nomination, Murder at Blackthorne Manor and Bad Nanny (both on Lifetime), Orpheus Descending (Visionbox Studio Theatre), and The Great Gatsby (Constellation Stage).

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Halle Schwartz & Trevor Lyons in
Danny and the Deep Blue Sea by John Patrick Shanely

Trevor has an MFA in screenwriting from UC-Riverside and is a graduate of the actor training program at the Atlantic Theatre Company (David Mamet and William H. Macy's school). Trevor has studied with Jennifer McCray Rincon (former Head of Acting at the National Theatre Conservatory) and with some of the best teachers in New York City including: Scott Zigler, Scott Freeman, and Matt Newton. Trevor is versed in a variety of techniques including Practical Aesthetics, the Chubbuck Technique, and Meisner. Through a combination of text-based analytical tools, improvisational and imaginal techniques, as well as physical and vocal tools, Trevor helps actors bring characters to fully-realized life with the immediacy and embodied presence required on camera.

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