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Ivana Chubbuck holds 2nd masterclass

Two years after she first came  to the  country,  Ivana  Chubbuck,  best- selling author of The Power of the Actor returned for her second master teaching acting class with selected Star Magic artists participating.

She conducted the two-day workshop for actors of Star Magic and ABS­CBN on Sept. 3 and 4 at the Dolphy Theater. 

Hollywood acting coach Ivana Chubbuck in a two-day master class with Star Magic artists
She is best known as the acting coach of Academy Award winners and nominees Halle Berry, Jared Leto, Sylvester Stallone, Brad Pitt, Jim Carrey, Charlize Theron, Beyonce, Jessica Biel, Eva Mendez and David Ayer, who happens to be the director of the recent blockbuster, hit Suicide Squad.  

The master class had Star Magic artists Jake Cuenca, Jason Abalos, Jason Gainza, Coleen Garcia, Alora Sasam, JV Kapunan, Raphael Robes, Paulo Avelino and even new Kapamilyas Mica Javier and Ritz Azul attending.

The masterclass  had  actors  staging  scenes  from  Hollywood  films, which  were  critiqued in  the  same  way  that Ivana does with  Hollywood  stars. Similar to the masterclass two years ago, it was open to observers to witness the two­-day event in order to cull tips from the Hollywood acting trainer. It may be recalled that Star Magic Artist Training Head Rahyan Carlos first invited Ivana to the country two years ago. During that same time, he underwent an intensive teacher’s training program under her, which allowed him to become proficient  in  the  different  levels  of  acting  classes  from Introductory  to  Master class. Upon conclusion of his training, Rahyan earned the title of being the only Filipino authorized to teach the ‘Chubbuck Technique’ in the Philippines.

Topics: Ivana Chubbuck , The Power of the Actor , Workshop , Star Magic artists , ABS-CBN
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