Bill Marinella, the casting director that helped Producer Carl get the acting gigs in the past, is giving an acting workshop this Tuesday1and asked about having it posted on the FB page. What do ya think…see below.
“ON CAMERA Audition “Technique”
LISTEN. THINK. RESPOND.
Learn how to break these annoying habits that scream Amateur!
Be prepared and be informed. All participants will work with cold reads, scene adjustments, and will be ON CAMERA.
These workshops are designed to help you understand what the job of an actor is and how to make sure you don’’t make costly mistakes that prevent you from getting the part.
Casting Director Bill Marinella has been involved in the motion picture, television and commercials entertainment industry for over 20 years, first as an actor and SAG member for 23 years and now behind the scenes for the last 15 years, learning and now sharing the casting process.
The WORKSHOPS for audition technique are part seminar and part class-work.
➢ 1.) How to slate- Did You know there are 4 parts to slating that actually roll into one?
➢ 2.) What to ask- I personally love an actor that asks a carefully crafted question.
➢ 3.) When its okay to “Improv” Sometimes improve is good.
➢ 4.) Who” you are talking to and what’s between the lines.
➢ 5.) How to discover better choices and prepare that “moment” before.
➢ 6.) …and so much more!
DID YOU KNOW THAT?
➢ Casting Directors and Producers size you up within the first 30 seconds when you walk through the door?
➢ The energy you bring through the door from the first step, combined with your slate and the direction you are given during your performance are the TOP three things that helps actors get call backs?
It’s not just your acting skills – it’s also your “Tech”nique ”
CONSIDER THIS :
Has any casting director ever pointed out to you or your agent that you have any of the following “syndromes”?
➢-The “mouth schtick”
➢-The “clenchfist” syndrome
➢-The “deer in the headlights” face
➢-The “ over the top, gregarious, so nice to see you, please hire me” audition.
➢-The apologetic “”could I start over?” I messed up because I’’m nervous and unprepared”.
Be Prepared and Be Informed
All participants will work with cold reads, scene adjustments and will be ON CAMERA. These Workshops are designed to help you understand what the job of an actor is and how to make sure you don’’t make costly mistakes. “If actors can see the mistakes they make with their physical choices and body language they will be better performer”s.
The Legacy Theater
1175 Senoia Road Tyrone, GA 30290-3608
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
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Workshop size is limited to 30 individuals per class date and time.
The Workshop is broken down into two groups
Ages 8-16 & Ages 17-Adults
WORKSHOPS FILL UP FAST
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