Workshop Opportunities

DATE: November 5th, 2011
FOR: Ages 13 to 25
TIME: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
COST: $150.00
(Those not this age that feel they fit student criteria may submit a request to attend the workshop. Send headshot and resume to moorecasting@comcast.net  with “Professional Young Actor” in the title of your email.)
Student Criteria: All students attending this workshop must consider themselves a “serious and professional” actor. This means you are very interested in doing some form of acting as a profession or as a major in college. (Forms of acting include TV, Film, Commercial, Theatre, Musical Theatre.) This workshop is ideal for the actor who is interested in exploring more than one acting market.
Workshop info: This workshop is for the actor who wants to take their game to another level. Whether that be getting listed with an agent in a different state, picking some form of acting as a major in college, moving to a bigger market, or turning a hobby into a career, this class is for the “go-getter”. We will work on scene study and several techniques to dissect a scene. Everyone will be given a monologue to perform and will be critiqued. We will discuss set etiquette as well as audition technique and prep. And of course, acting business which includes everything from the right headshot for the right job to acting unions to networking. Lunch is from 12pm-1pm. You may leave and come back or bring your lunch. Please bring a headshot and resume to the workshop.
Cali Elizabeth Moore is a professional actress in New York City. She has appeared in a number of films and television shows including “30 Rock”, “Ugly Betty”, “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps”, and “Sex and the City 2″. Cali is a full services actress pursuing Film, TV, Theatre, Musical Theatre, and Commercial work. She has been acting since she was a child and has worked in every major market. She is providing this class to impart information to the young actors with a significant interest in acting.
If you are interested fill out the registration form underneath the workshop description and submit at moorecasting.com.
What are parents saying?
Thank you for providing the excellent training for young actors today. I was a corporate trainer for ten years in Dallas, and I can say that you provided an effective, fine-tuned session for your class. You have a gift for coaching and teaching! Your critiques of each performance were productive and accurate. I heard one girl give her monologue four times, and through your coaching her delivery was better and better each time until she really gave it the emotion it needed. I’m so glad you taught them how to “be” the character instead of “acting” the character.
This was exactly what Trent needed at this point in his career. Thanks again. If you have any suggestions or comments for me as we find his direction and seek out auditions for him, I’d love to hear them!
By the way, Trent loved the monologue book and especially the one about the dance and the boy’s shirt getting stuck in the a/c unit!
All the best,
Barb Jones


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