Taught by Karen Ceesay.

How an actor prepares for an audition is a very personal process.  And when your little actor is still learning how to read, he needs a wee bit more help preparing.  But, when the acting profession is a completely unfamiliar one, you also need help in guiding your child through that process. This two-day class is designed to give parents age appropriate methods that best facilitate the acting process.
*Parents and/or caregivers are required to participate in the class with his/her child
Saturday November 13th & 20th 2010; 1:00PM – 2:30PMyourACT Acting Studios Atlanta3041 N. Decatur RoadScottdale, GA 30079(404) 499-9996Cost:  $99; $85 if registered by November 5th

*Registration not available online.  Call 404-499-9996 with credit card info to register. 
Parents will learn how to:

      1) Break down a script and figure out what your child actually needs to do in his/her audition

     2) Use creative play techniques to encourage a natural performances

     3) Keep your distracted tiny actor motivated when they have to lines to memorize

     4) Recognize the difference between preparing for TV/film and theater auditions

Karen Ceesay is an actor, writer and producer who began her career at age ten. Her credits include Lifetime Television’s “Drop Dead Diva”, The CW’s “One Tree Hill”, BET’s, “Somebodies” and was a guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” as a result of her performance in a “What Would You Do?” segment on ABC’s Primetime Live.
Karen became a well-known comedic actress in the Atlanta community as a main stage cast member of Whole World Theatre’s improvisation troupe.  She went on to perform sketch & improv comedy for Castlerock Entertainment, Turner South and with Atlanta radio personality Ryan Cameron.  She currently works on various film, video and voice-over projects throughout the Southeast.
She has coached students’ auditions for Nickelodeon, The Disney Channel, ABC Family and various film projects; she is also a mentor at Parks Middle School.  Karen is very happy to be back teaching a class at yourACT Acting Studios!


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