What is stage presence?
Is it something you are just born with?
Something you can develop?
Ready to use your power on any stage? (and all the world really is a stage!)
Stage presence can be a pretty loaded topic, especially if you don't feel you can rely on your own stage presence under pressure to perform. I used to feel this way, even though I had been acting since childhood. I was comfortable onstage much of the time, but I couldn't rely on myself to be in the zone in every audition, or when I felt that the audience might be judging me. The fear of judgment got in the way of my presence.
Are you satisfied with your stage presence?
Do you feel that you have a lot to offer, but that it's not coming across when you perform?
Are you sometimes totally "on" and in the zone, but then sometimes totally "off"?
Would you like to have a reliable method for bringing the audience back, when you start to feel them slipping away?
Raise Your Stage Presence includes mindset and physical exercises to proceed towards a more impactful onstage presence.
Even taking more than a decade of acting classes when I was young didn't teach me what is in the method I cover in RYSP. It is a method that really helped me to magnify my own presence and one that has worked for the hundreds of dancers I've personally coached.
We'll dig into the idea of stage presence itself: What stage presence entails, how it's created, and why tools such as breathwork and eye contact help... but also why they're not enough. I will be sharing a model for building your stage presence through understanding your role onstage and understanding your relationship to your audience... on ANY stage, and how you can create the stage itself, as well as your presence on it, using a combination of mental and physical tools. You can be so compelling that you compel your audience to watch your every move, and feel the power of that connection.
It's not just part of performing: stage presence is in fact something we need for everyday life. Even non-performers need stage presence for interacting with people in public, or even in private. Whether they label it as such or not, everyone knows they need that magic "it" factor in order to succeed. If you notice the times in your life you need some stage presence to reach your goals, like getting someone's attention in a store or restaurant, bravely confronting a work colleague over some problem, or making it through security at the airport, you will see that it is not always on the traditional stages. You'll see it's everywhere, and that it's worth paying attention to how it works... not just what it is. It's something you can practice in everyday life.
What does stage presence mean to you?
This course will give you mindset-based and physical tools to proceed towards a more impactful onstage presence. You'll get "thinking points" to put into action, to start to work with your own stage presence in different ways, in life and onstage.
In the recorded webinar, I share a model for building your stage presence, through understanding your role on stage and understanding your relationship to your audience… on ANY stage, and how you can create the stage itself, as well as your presence on it.
You'll benefit the most by joining the course now, so you can get some practice exercises to start working with, as you build your stage presence and feel a greater sense of power as you bring the audience into your world.
In addition to the recorded webinar (for which you will have lifetime access) and the exercises, there is a place for discussion in the Ginger City membership site forum with access for all course members.
Join the course now to get started immediately (this course is a recommended prerequisite to Work the Stage, and my coaching series). As soon as you register, you'll get email with your access to log in to the program in the membership site.
If you are serious about taking charge of your stage presence, you don't want to miss this course!