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Screen-Fighting 101 Seminar by Peps Goh Fight Design

Requested by popular demand! Last year, The Actors’ Society organised a “Basics of Screen Fighting Workshop” for actors. It was a 1.5 hour teaser workshop and we realised that we need more! Hence, next month, Peps Goh Fight Design has came up with a more in-depth 3-day syllabus to ensure that the participants know the essentials of a basic screen-fighting performance!

What Will I Learn?

Preview of Combative Segment

Each participant should have touched the essentials of the 3 main elements of hand-to-hand screen combat; Domestic, Combative, Takedowns/Break-falls. And how to keep both themselves and their partners safe in the setting of screen-fighting performance.

In addition, participants will learn and experience wire pulls, how to properly put on a jerk-vest harness, how to maintain air-form and how to fall safely. And they will be taught how to do reactions with gunshots, and experience rigging on and deployment of a blood squib machine. 

And on top of that, each student would take everything that is covered during the first 2 days, and perform them all together in a choreography. And that choreography would be recorded on the 3rd day, and shot in the same way which we would do on a set, and that would be edited together and sent to the participants after the workshop as a demo that they can use for their own casting purposes.

Yes! We didn’t write wrongly and you did read correctly! You get a demo-reel at the end of the seminar!

Who is This Suitable For?

Suitable for: Participants both male and female aged 13 and above.
Seminar Level: Beginner to Intermediate


Date: 14 -16th March 2020 (Saturday – Monday)
Venue: Refuel Gym Academy
219 Lavender Street Singapore 338773
Fee: $600 (Public) | $500 (TAS Member)

You can register for the seminar at the link below. There’s a limited vacancy of 20 pax so register ASAP if you’re interested. We look forward to seeing you there!

About The Head Instructor: Peps Goh

Peps Goh performing with Action Horizon in Jurassic World in Universal Studios Singapore

Peps Goh, best known as the actor playing the lead role in Toggle’s 10 episode long; Story Of Wang Lei. He was also the action designer of Butterwork’s Toggle series “Muay Thai Girl” that features 11 different fight scenes pushing the frontier of what has been done with female oriented action scenes in Singapore. Worked on and understudied with Taiwan’s stunt team in the Jack Neo’s feature film; Killer Not Stupid(2019).

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Assistant Instructors: Alvin Richard and Kasimir Poh Cieslak

Alvin Richard started out in Judo (in which he has a black belt), transitioned to competitive cheerleading and also dabbled in Capoeira. He has been working for Action Horizons since 2013, and is a regular player for 2 different roles in the Waterworld Show at USS, and has also worked both as a performer and behind the scenes for seasonal shows such as Jurassic World and Halloween Horror Nights.

Locally, he has acted in films such as Ah Boys to Men and Killer Not Stupid, TV series including Incredible Tales and Journey With Me, and short films, most notably Purple Light. He most recently served as stunt coordinator for the the Ch 5 TV series Mixed Signals.

Kasimir Poh Cieslak is an actor and stunt performer. A familiar face on many Singapore’s tv commercials eg. Canon, Health Promotion Board, Scoot and Singapore Tourism Board. He is also a stunt performer at Waterworld in Universal Studios Singapore, run by Action Horizons, as well as Halloween Horror Nights and Jurrasic World. He did stunts for various local TV across all Channels and movies, such as Code of Law, Vittai 4, When Duty Calls (卫国先锋), Days of Disaster, ABTM 4, When Ghost meets Zombie.

Guest Instructor: Teng Yangguang

A familiar name and famous amongst the local TV crew and cast, Yangguang is a stunt director providing stunt services to MediaCorp for over a decade. From vehicle, to fire, to high fall stunts, he is also the leading service provider in wirework locally.

Remember to sign up with the link as soon as possible!

If you do not find this class to be of much relevance to you, but would like to find out more about TAS, do indicate your interest and we will release more details soon.

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