One of the things at BAW that sets us apart is that we tackle the area that is most often ignored in acting training- the actor's instrument. To us, the actor's instrument not only includes their physical, vocal, emotional and psychological state, but also their humanity- which is their life and experience. We educate the actor to work with their whole instrument by teaching them approaches and techniques to get aware of, learn from, to liberate and express their humanity

- their experience of life.


Create - Bring to Life - Apply the Craft - Shoot - Review ... and do it again!

15 Weeks at a Glance

Week 1 - Instrumental Work / create concepts for scenes to be shot

Week 2 - Craft Work / rehearse scenes from week 1

Week 3 - Shoot the scenes on location 

Then repeat this 3 more times

By the end of the 15-week Cycle, Actors will have

Acted in  between 4-10 scenes

Created 4 scenes

Directed 4 scenes (if desired)

... and most importantly, have learned an acting approach they can
​depend on for every take.

We end this cycle with a screening with an invited audience.