On-camera workshops give students the unique opportunity to work on scenes and audition sides from television shows, films, and commercials. Each workshop focuses on the different acting techniques needed to excel in that particular art form. Workshops are taught by Television and Film actors, NYC and L.A. Casting Directors and Talent Agents or Managers.
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Ages 10+ | All Skill Levels | Saturdays, Sept. 22 - Dec. 15 | 11 AM - 12:30 PM | $75 per class
Instructor: On-Camera & Broadway Actor Morgan Weed (THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, PERSON OF INTEREST, ELEMENTARY)
Focus of Class: Learn how to nail cold read commercial auditions and how to improv for the camera. Moreover, learn how to quickly analyze commercial copy and find the acting beats within the text to make a lasting impression in the audition room and how to identify clues within the text as well as physical techniques that allow you to deliver material in a way that will set you apart in auditions.
Final Showcase: The final class will feature a showcase for family, friends, and scouting Talent Reps!
Register for all 12 before September 22 and SAVE! You must register to attend this class.. Sign up for one class, a few, or all 12! Register as late as the morning of the class!
All Skill Levels | Ages 7-20's, 3 Sessions Grouped by Age | Saturday, Dec. 1 | Cost 195.00
Work with powerhouse L.A. Talent Manager Mitchell Gossett of Industry Entertainment Partners in a monologue masterclass! Mitchell's storied success has allowed him to refer talent to agencies in NY, LA and across the USA.
Focus of Class: Learn Mitchell Gossett’s ‘ACTions’ approach to delivering a memorable performance, perform a monologue for Mitchell Gossett, receive insightful coaching and Ffedback from Mitchell Gossett, perform a mock audition for Mr. Gossett, and walk away with personalized feedback.
Class will conclude with a Q&A and session for parents and students!
Mitchell has repped and developed many noteworthy actors, including Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games), Miley Cyrus (The Last Song), Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars), Darren Criss (Glee), Zendaya (The Greatest Showman), and many, many others.