For those actors who are serious about taking it to the next level!
Auditioning, Cold Reading and Self
Cold reading and auditioning with confidence is an essential component of any actorís training. This class covers essential skills that can be developed and deepened for use in any audition situation whether itís for film, television, commercial work or theatre. The key component for auditioning when it involves cold reading is the ability to take apart new material quickly and work on-the-spot to add depth to the character and the scene which is brand new to the actor.
We will film and critique most all of the audition material.
Some highlights include:
Auditioning and making an impression
Using your sides
Getting off the page
Breaking down the scene
Dealing with the Casting Director
Handling the room
The do's and don'ts of an audition
and so much more!
One way to land
repeat auditions is to become a great cold reader. In my 40 plus years of
professional experience from being an actor, becoming a busy Casting Director,
Teaching Actors and being an Acting Coach, I rarely find the skill of cold
To top off this Triple Header Saturday we will address all your questions about self marketing, how to get the best results and taking advantage of all the opportunities available to Actors. We will be covering self marketing A to Z including the 10 questions every actor should ask themselves.
Evaluating: Effect self marketing materials, Head shot, resume, Social Media, Free or low cost marketing resources, Work Ethic, Who to trust, Interviewing, Building an excellent reputation, Building a Brand, Finding representation and when do you really need it and more!
Come join us Saturday and get your career on the right track!
Water, coffee and soda provided
Saturday April, 13, 2019
11:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
(Lunch break provided)
Actors Gym Studio
$89 if registered by April 6, 2019
$109 if registering after April 6, 2019
Classes held at The Actors Gym Studio
3013 Dixwell Ave., Hamden, CT
Below Results plus
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