Sometimes, it’s the small things that matter. There are plenty of big things that you can and can’t take control of in your acting career. You can be prepared, you can arrive early, you can be in acting class regularly, and you can have all the right materials on your website.
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Seydways Acting Studios presents Going Deeper With The TBA General Auditions in 2015. This workshop will focus on editing, staging and interpreting monologs, specifically for the TBA General Auditions.
This seems to be a touchy and controversial subject. For some people in the industry, casting director workshops are seen as a “pay-to-play” experience that yields no results. For others, they are a legitimate way to get seen and score auditions.
We are big proponents of safety in class. Whether it means setting up guidelines for privacy in class, or how to treat the furniture, we believe in creating a safe place for actors. This especially means establishing an environment that is supportive and conducive to honesty and vulne
Together we've booked more than 150 national commercials and 30 network television shows in our twenty years as professional actors in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Our workshop will give you practical advice you can use on your very NEXT AUDITION.
Have you ever wondered why is it so difficult to be in the moment? Have you ever wondered why no one has ever been able to tell you how to be in the moment more consistently? Have you wondered why having an objective or always playing an action makes it feel like you are putting your
"Richard’s unique approach has changed me, changed the way I act. He’s been instrumental in the development of my film career, becoming a series-regular and booking frequent guest star roles. His audition approach is a sweet science that is actually fun to use." Amir Talai—Harold and Kumar: Escape from Guantanamo Bay, Modern Family