24
Jun
08

Private lessons with Michael H. Cole

Private lessons with Michael H. Cole

 

Michael is a highly recommended instructor with nearly 30 yrs. of experience in acting, directing, instruction and stage design.  He uses a “hands-on” approach for his lessons, giving you the time to work in front of the camera for auditions and film techniques, and is capable of catering the lesson to your specific needs.

Cost is $75 for a 1 1/2 to 2 hour session. (cash or check) 

Video taping and playback with review included. Transfer to DVD also available upon request with minimal fee.

Location: 4650 Flat Shoals Parkway, Decatur Ga. 30034.  This is the location of The Renaissance Project where Michael is the Producing Artistic Director.

Availability: 24/7 to include short notice to prep for a next day audition or shoot.

Contact by email: mike.cole@mycathedral.org

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In the 2002 edition of Who’s Who of American Teachers, Michael was honored for his work as a high school theatre teacher. He is a principle actor in film and stage, with most recent film credits in Tyler Perry’s Meet The Browns with Angela Bassett, Lynch Mob with Tony Darrow from “The Sopranos”, Fate with Lee Majors as well as television in the One Tree Hill as Bevin’s Father and “A Second Chance” for PBS. He has been involved in over fifty theatrical productions, most recently in Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s Of Mice and Men as Candy and Scrooge in The Renaissance Project’s A Christmas Carol.   He also appears regularly in television commercials, industrial videos, and voice-over work for radio and television. Michael has written eighteen produced plays, and has directed the video production of nearly a dozen stage shows for television. He is currently the Producing Artistic Director of The Renaissance Project Theatre Company and has been an instructor for last eight years at The Professional Actors Studio in Atlanta for film and television. Michael teaches seminars for organizations to develop local theatrical organizations and support the arts in communities. It is Michael’s belief “that every actor deserves a chance.”

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