From the YourAct Newsletter


Classes run year-round in 4-month sessions. Each session introduces new material and builds on what each individual has learned in order to take them to the next level as they grow and progress.

The FALL SESSION continues September 11th and the Parent & Agent Visit will be SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18.

Kids meet every Saturday from 10am-Noon and Teens from 1-3pm.

Each week the kids have three 40-minute segments with three different teachers, covering on-camera acting, theatre, and improv (performing without a script). Teens do similar material in a more loosely structured format.

The cost is $120/month, or you can save $60 by paying for the full 4-month session in advance ($420).

Want to get started? Students begin with the Intro to On-Camera Acting, scheduled with one of our instructors as a one-hour private session. Cost for the Intro is $60 one time only. Working one-on-one with your child or teen, the instructor prepares them with the fundamentals of camera technique, how to understand a script, and terms they need to know in order to join the ongoing class the following Saturday.

NEW STUDENTS – AUDIT A CLASS FOR FREE! Call 404-499-9996 to check availability, or to schedule an appointment for an audit or the Intro.

For information about our Gwinnett Location visit AllStarsPerform.com.

ATTENTION PARENTS! Don’t miss our FREE “Business of Acting” Seminar during class time Saturday, AUGUST 14TH!This is included as part of our curriculum and we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about acting as a profession for young people.
Della will be in the lobby with parents of KIDS from 10am-Noon, and Bob will be with parents of TEENS from 1pm-3pm. Subjects covered are headshots & resume’s, submitting to agents for representation, working effectively with an agent, do’s and dont’s for auditions, how to recognize and avoid scams, and more. There will be a Q&A and handouts with lists of photographers, agents, sample resume’s and more. Even if you have attended before, make sure you get the handouts, some of which have been updated.

This is extremely valuable information. Even if you’re not sure about whether or not you want your child or teen to pursue acting professionally, it is a great way to learn more to help you and them to make that decision.


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