Thursdays, February 17 - April 7 (8 Weeks)
11am – 2:30pm Pacific Time
Experienced actors with an open heart and mind. **There are no makeups, refunds, substitutes, transfers, or deferments for any classes. (Cancellation Policy)
$699 USD for 8 weeks. $399 due as a deposit to secure your spot, $300 due after class 2
Online via Zoom
Working with Steve and other amazing BGB teachers, you’ll come back to the core of who you are as an artist. Each class offers a unique exploration of the power in your artistic presence and the depths of your artistry. On this 8 week journey you will find your unique voice as an actor, and what might be in the way of the fullest expression of that voice. You will explore various practices each week, find connection to your scene partner and your own rich emotional life, and begin to own your artistic power.
The Source. Re-discover, re-ignite and celebrate the engine of your creative force.
Imaginative Scene Work. “Getting it right” doesn’t exist.
Being a Creator. Be done with waiting for permission to act.
Presence. How to bring the full force of your talent anywhere, anytime.
Where you’re Going. Commit to the next chapter of your artist life.
This class is not an audition or employment opportunity and there is no suggestion or guarantee of an audition or employment as a result of taking this class.
"I absolutely loved my time in The Core Thursday class. I recommend this class to anyone who needs a renewed sense of fun in their work. After taking many technique-based classes, I needed to infuse ‘me’ back into my work and my process. The unique way BGB has crafted this course aids each actor in developing their own way. I can't even fully describe how amazing this class was for me and the immediate difference I began to see and feel in my work."
- Taylor Polidore, BLACK LIGHTNING
"I have been having an amazing time in class. Steve is awesome- his guiding light in each class experience has helped me peel back layers to get to real truth. I have been rejuvenated and renewed as an actor and my inner child has woken up as well and begun to play. I’m thankful for how beautiful of an experience it has been, along with seeing the lights of my fellow classmates shine so bright. I can’t wait for the next adventures in truth when class resumes. Thank you all so much."
- Benjamin Welch, Homicide Hunter
"Ashley Rideaux is a powerful performer and a generous scene partner. She does her homework and takes bold risks all while being grounded and genuine. Being both deeply intuitive and skilled, as a teacher she will meet you where you’re at and guide you to where you want to be with compassion and clarity. Take this class!"
- Karissa Vacker, NCIS
"Ashley and Eric have affected me as an actor in a very profound way: by simply requesting that we get in touch with our inner selves. To find the through-line within our personal journeys, bringing forth our experiences through vulnerability, in order to find our voices as actors and as people. It’s an approach that no other acting class has ever taught me. I’m deeply indebted to them for helping me make this discovery and I look forward to reaping the benefits of it in my acting career."
- Troy Ian Hal, WESTWORLD
"After surviving a brutal pilot season, I took Corey’s class to find whatever it was that I thought the casting directors and producers and network executives weren’t seeing in me. Pretty quickly into the class I realized that they weren’t seeing me because I wasn’t giving them me. I was giving some bizarro version of the me I thought they wanted. I will forever be grateful to Corey for showing me how to bring myself to the material, and ultimately, the joy back into my work."
- Paulina Bugembe, MARVELOUS AND THE BLACK HOLE
"Today’s class was incredible. Trey challenged us, but made it a safe environment to take chances in. So much energy is spent worrying about perfection, or reasons ‘why not’ in this Industry. Today we discussed, in a non-judgmental way, that there are no excuses. Because we're all capable. Of way more than we're used to giving ourselves credit for. Everyone is so comfortable with Trey and jumped right into playing with each other, and exploring the scenes we wrote, without fear."
- John K Moeslein, BLINDSPOTTING