Archive for July, 2012

26
Jul
12

Peachtree Village International Film Festival

 

BOOK YOUR ROOM TODAY FOR PVIFF 2012!! DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE…BOOK FOR TWO NIGHTS FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN ALL ACCESS TICKETS TO PVIFF. (CLICK IMAGE FOR DETAILS)

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©2012 African American Cinema Gallery | Midtown Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
25
Jul
12

Newnan Theatre Company

Newnan Theatre Company presents one day only intensive Master Class with Broadway Master Class with Broadway Professional Noah Himmelstein.

When: August 25, 2012 Session 1: 14 – 18 years old, 10 am – 12 pm Session 2: 18 – 22 years old, 1 pm – 3 pm Session 3: 23+ years old, 5 pm – 7 pm

Where: Newnan Theatre Company 24 1st Avenue Newnan, GA 30263

What: An intimate Master Class taught by Broadway Assistant Director and Regional Director, Noah Himmelstein. Students will be asked to prepare two contrasting theatrical songs, and to bring sheet music in their key. Becky Clark, resident music director at NTC, will accompany on piano.

Students will get to perform their songs and have them analyzed and critiqued. Additionally they will be given invaluable audition and career advice and techniques. Sessions limited to 12 students each, and preregistration is required.

Cost is $75.00 per student.
Register at http://www.newnantheatre.org.

About the instructor: Noah Himmelstein is a theatre/opera director and teacher based in Manhattan. His work has been seen in New York, Boston and Washington DC and has been critically acclaimed by the New York Times and Washington Post among other outlets.

As assistant director to Bartlett Sher, he is currently in pre-production for the fall Lincoln Center/Broadway revival of Golden Boy.

During the 2007-2008 Broadway season, Noah was a member of the producing team of Spring Awakening, August: Osage County, November and the revival of The Homecoming, working with Harold Pinter just prior to his death. He has worked closely as an associate to Victoria Clark, Bernadette Peters, Joan Rivers, Frank Langella and Adam Guettel. Furthermore,

Noah is the recipient of grant from the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation to study under director Doug Hughes. In the spring of 2012, he enjoyed a guest artist teaching position at NYU’s Steinhardt School. http://www.noahhimmelstein.com

Newnan Theatre Company is located at 24 1st Avenue Newnan, GA 30263.

http://www.newnantheatre.org

Phone: 770.683.6282
Fax: 770.683.6282

18
Jul
12

Peachtree Village International Film Festival

We are proud to announce our PVIFF 2012 Ambassador Mr. Omari Hardwick. Omari is a rising star in Hollywood who have starred in hit films “Miracle at St. Ana,” “For Colored Girls,” the highly anticipated 2012 release “Sparkle” and the hit TV show “Dark Blue” and many more. Omari will represent PVIFF via a media tour and attend PVIFF 2012 as a special guest. Purchase tickets to PVIFF 2012 today: http://www.pviff.com

BOOK YOUR ROOM TODAY FOR PVIFF 2012!! DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE…BOOK FOR TWO NIGHTS FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN ALL ACCESS TICKETS TO PVIFF. (CLICK IMAGE FOR DETAILS)

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17
Jul
12

Almost Elton John

Check out Houghton’s own Craig Meyer starring in Almost Elton John!

Meyer Entertainment Group

One Night Only!

 

Almost Elton John & The Rocket Band with Special Guest Yacht Rock Schooner

Join Us For Our Only

 

Atlanta Appearance

 

This Year!

 

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7

Gates open at 5:30pm
Yacht Rock Schooner 7pm

Almost Elton John 8pm

After spending the last year on the road,
ALMOST ELTON JOHN & THE ROCKET BAND
return home for their only Atlanta appearance this year!

Tickets available at tickmaster.com

Click here to go to our FaceBook Fanpage
and “LIKE” us for a special discount code only for our Fans!

Grab a picnic dinner, bring your favorite beverage and all your friends as we send Summer off with a BANG! 

We look forward to seeing you at this celebration!

17
Jul
12

Essential Theatre newsletter

Essential Theatre Festival 2012
Opening This Friday!

“For 25 years now, under the leadership of producing artistic director Peter Hardy, Essential Theatre has specialized in giving Atlanta audiences an opportunity to experience offbeat”, freshly-minted or obscure plays by Georgia playwrights that they might otherwise never see.

Topher Payne’s EVELYN IN PURGATORY depicts five public school teachers who are caught in the limbo of the disciplinary “Rubber Room”, waiting for their cases to be heard and their fates decided. Poignant and funny drama, it’s like The Breakfast Club for teachers, as they share secrets with each other and begin to look into their own hearts. Winner of the 2012 Essential Theatre Playwriting Award. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit EVELYN ONLINE.

“EVELYN is a World Premiere work by Atlanta-based playwright Topher Payne, and it’s a smartly-crafted work … a remarkably well-constructed and very funny dramatic comedy in the vein of STEEL MAGNOLIAS or SORDID LIVES.” Andrew Alexander, ArtsATL

“EVELYN IN PURGATORY is his strongest work to date … an uncommonly smart and restrained commentary on the public education system. Better yet is the ambiguity Payne gives his characters, none of whom is quite what they seem.” Bert Osborne, AJC

“Topher has a knack for weaving incredible humor into utter confusion and/or pathos, and he does so quite brilliantly in this opus … one may even miss a few lines because you will be laughing your head off so much.”
Bob Heller, Publishers Feature Service

“The winner of the 2012 Essential Theatre Playwriting Competition, the comedy evokes much laughter, but is primarily a character study on the traits that define us all. Witty, engaging and thought-provoking … Payne’s greatest feat is creating a group of characters with such depth. Each character is so distinct and at the same time universal that each will stay with you upon leaving the theater. With an engrossing and tightly-woven play by Payne and remarkable talent on stage, Essential Theatre’s production of EVELYN IN PURGATORY can’t be missed.” Wesley, Atlanta Theater Fans

Topher Nixon Payne wrote a brilliantly funny and poignant script with such great characters. Perfect casting…Just a wonderful night at the theater. Thank you! Stacey Melich, actor

THE LOCAL, a collaborative theatre project directed by Ellen McQueen, premiers July 12th. This ambitious production premiers with “a collection of some two dozen variations on a theme — including traditional scenes and monologues, but also incorporating poetry, music and dance to tell a myriad of stories by and about people who call Atlanta home.” For more information, visit THE LOCAL ONLINE. Listen to an Interview with Ellen McQueen on WABE.
“This was a way of doing something special in honor of the company’s 25th anniversary,” explains McQueen. “The central themes are about belonging and renewal, about finding or remaking oneself in a city whose symbol is a phoenix reborn from its own ashes, and we’ve tried to represent voices from all sorts of different communities and walks of life.”

Even native Atlantans may learn something new about their hometown. “The show gives audiences a chance to hear from the inside about things that might be outside their own experiences, from life in the projects to stories about undocumented workers who seem to be invisible to a lot of people,” she says.

Our third play, BAT HAMLET opens July 19, a smart and imaginative parody byplaywright Jordan Pulliam.  Pulliam takes the famous Shakespearean plot and gives it a campy twist by way of the old TV/comic book series.

“Believe it or not, it isn’t quite as far-fetched as it might sound,” notes artistic direct, Peter Hardy, who is staging the show. “Whether you’re a fan of ‘Hamlet’ or a fan of ‘Batman,’ there are plenty of in-jokes running throughout the play on both sides.” Visit BAT-HAMLET ONLINE

Check the website for details on how you can earn a walk-on role in BAT-HAMLET.

ESSENTIAL IN THE PRESS

Access Atlanta: Essential Play Festival to feature three local works
ArtsATL: The ArtsATL Q&A: Atlanta playwright Topher Payne and his career year
AJC: Evelyn in Purgatory

16
Jul
12

ansley park playhouse

13
Jul
12

The Issues Plays

Pinch ‘n’ Ouch Theatre’s “THE ISSUES PLAYS”
On The Hertz Stage at the Alliance Theatre, July 26-28

From equal rights to jobless America, “THE ISSUES PLAYS” is comprised of a handful of one-act plays that represent many of the social issues resonating in our society today. The audience has a unique opportunity to interact and make tangible changes in our community by opening their hearts, sharing their voices, and driving change.

Featuring works from Academy Award Winner Ethan Coen (“No Country For Old Man”, “Fargo”), Academy Award nominated Kenneth Lonergan (“You Can Count On Me”), Pulitzer Prize Winner Donald Margulies (“Dinner With Friends”, “Time Stands Still”), Tony Award Winner Geoffrey Nauffts (“Next Fall”), and Pulitzer Prize finalist Theresa Rebeck (“Seminar”, “Mauritius”). Directed by Grant McGowen (“Speed-the-Plow”, “Bachelorette”) and Bob Putnam.

Starring Stephen Banks, Jackie Costello, Barrett Doyle, Thomas Elliott Bowen, Michael Henry Harris, Jennifer Lee, Stacy Melich, Chip Powell, Bob Putnam, Doyle Reynolds, and Heather Rule.

“THE ISSUES PLAYS” performs July 26-29, 2012 / Thursday-Saturday at 8:00pm; on the Hertz Stage, 1280 Peachtree Street NE.

For tickets and more info visit: www.pnotheatre.org
12
Jul
12

FREE acting workshop!

10
Jul
12

Young Performers acting camp

Young Performers Summer “Acting” Camp

Developed For The Serious Actor

DATE:

July 23rd – 27th, 2012

TIME:

Monday thru Friday 9AM to 5PM

PRICE:

1 Week Session: $395.00

Discount for siblings please inquire if interested.

This fun, but intense, acting camp during the summer. Each 1-week session is $395.00 for older kids, 7 and up.

At the request of talent agencies, casting director Regina Moore has developed a remarkable week of training in the areas children will be asked to perform as a professional actor.

“I decided to focus on what work is available to children in this market. I then put together a week dedicated to training the children in commercials, monologues / theater, film / television, script-critique, auditioning, improvisational acting, voice-over technique, and more… ” Young Performers Summer “Acting” Camps was developed for the serious actor between 7 to 17 years of age. “As a Casting Director, I see children with enormous amounts of potential, yet there’s little training available that’s focused enough to discover and develop it”.

IF INTERESTED, PLEASE REPLY WITH INFORMATION BY REGISTERING ONLINE.

WHEN PAYING: SPECIFY ON CHECK THAT IT IS FOR JULY 23-27 CAMP and Send and make check out to:

Moore Casting

417 Welshwood Drive, Suite 109

Nashville Tennessee 37211

If you are interested in registering for this camp session go to http://www.moorecasting.com and register online under Workshops, then Kids’ Summer Acting Camps (Registration is located at the bottom of the page) .

If you have any questions you can call; 615.831.0039.

 

10
Jul
12

Summer acting classes in California

EDGEMAR CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2 THEATER AND ART GALLERY COMPLEX
2437 MAIN STREET
SANTA MONICA, CA 90405
TEL:310-392-0815

BELOW are additional dates for summer acting camps:
Summer Acting Camp
*Ages 5-7, 8-13, 14-18

Session 4: July 16th-July 20th(still available)
Session 5:July 23-July 27th (still available)
Session 6:July 30th-August 3rd (still available)
Session 7:August 6th-August 10th (still available)
Session 8:August 13-August 17th (still available)
Session 9:August 20th-August 24th (still available)
session 10:August 27th-August 31st (still available)

Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
*Final performance will be held on the Main Stage at 12:30 on Friday
Click Here to Purchase
Expand their imagination, have fun, all while working on their acting skills.  Students learn from professional artists in a supportive, dynamic atmosphere that nurtures self-confidence and creative self-expression.
*Theater games *Scene Study *Improvisation, *On-Camera auditioning *Work On Voice & Movement
*Have Fun & Act!!
*Theater games *Scene Study *Improvisation
*On-Camera auditioning*Work On Voice & Movement
Camp includes the following classes:
IMPROV WORKOUT
Fun improvisational games & exercises.
Discover characters you never knew you could play by being thrown into situations where you don’t have time to think.
AUDITIONING FOR FILM & TELEVISION ON CAMERA
Practice auditioning techniques & get on camera experience.
SCENE STUDY
The best way to learn is though hands on experience with direction.
Work on scenes & monologues
VOICE INTENSIVE
vocal & speech exercise’s
Session 1 tuition: $450.00

8 week sessions
*On-Camera Auditioning*
Ages 7-12. Great for all levels.
Saturday
9:00am – 10:30am

On-camera class that prepares a student to develop their auditioning skills,
as well as build confidence with public speaking.
In this class, students get to work with the latest sides
from films, sitcoms, & commercials.
8 Week session
Tuition $455
Call 310-392-0815 to sign up
*Acting and Improv*
Ages 7-12 Great for all levels
Saturday
10:30am -12pm

Create a strong acting foundation through interactive exercises
utilizing improv games, theater & scene work.
Join us & learn to trust your instincts & build self-confidence!
8 Week Session
Tuition $455
Call 310-392-0815 to sign up

*Fantastical Creative Hour*
Ages 4-6. Great for all levels.
Saturday 1:30pm to 2:30pm
workshop for ages 4 to 6 year old children focusing on creativity through the use of songs, improv games, and dance.
Focus on bringing out the best inner creativity from within to shine from each student.  A great way to introduce the arts at a very early age.

To register please email us at info@edgemar.org or call Alexandra at Tel:310-392-0815.

Michelle Danner Acting Studio
at
EDGEMAR CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2 THEATER AND ART GALLERY COMPLEX
2437 MAIN STREET
SANTA MONICA, CA 90405
TEL:310-392-0815
Children & Teen Acting Classes

Our new sessions for children & teen classes as well as our summer camp is beginning please look below for dates & descriptions of classes.

Michelle Danner has coached many A-List Actors privately and on set including Gerad Butler, Chris Rock, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Penelope Cruz, Michael Pena, Isla Fisher, Common, Salma Hayek, Brian McKnight, James Franco, Marcia Cross, Christian Slater, Catherine Bell, Zooey Deschanel, Gabrielle Union, Justin Chatwin, Justine Wadell, Rob Estes, Rick Fox, and Michelle Rodriguez among many others. She was the comedy acting coach expert on the WB show “The Starlet”.  She was voted favorite acting coach by Backstage readers, trained with Stella Adler, Uta Hagen, and Bill Esper. She was featured coaching Andy Richter on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien in July 2009.
Michelle is the founder and Artistic Director of Edgemar Center for the Arts and The Edgemar Theatre Group.   Her production company, All In Films, is in development for several film projects: “You’re on the Air”, “The Will To…” and just completed principal photography on the feature film “Hello Herman”.Once a year Michelle directs for the industry the multi media event Scene Bites.

Watch the latest to the movie directed by Michelle Danner:

Hello Herman EPK

Teen workshop
The Golden Box
with Michelle Danner
Two Day Technique Analysis
Discover the answers to the following questions:
Why are some choices more powerful than others?
How does one deliver a raw unforgettable performance?
What specific tools can be applied to film, television, and stage work?
How does one develop a personal story from scratch?
Call For New Dates (310)392-0815
Tuition $215

Teen workshop
Technique/Script Analysis/Scene Study with Michelle Danner
Actors practice in front of the camera with sides from movies ranging from comedy, sitcom,  comedy, slapstick, & all genres of dramatic writing.
Explore tools for young professional actors
taught by Michelle Danner
Call For New Dates (310)392-0815
Tuition $455

Teen workshop
On camera audition with Michelle Danner
Playback is watched on the television screen.
Students learn to stamp their signatures on a character with unique choices.
This class aims to exercise an ease working in front of the camera and the confidence to perform and to shine in every audition.
Open to students of all levels.
8 Week Session
Call For New Dates (310)392-0815
Tuition $455

Don’t forget to forward this email to a friend!

The Young Cast of “Hello Herman”
Talk about the movie
Space is filling up quickly, please call 310-392-0815 to register!
REGISTER NOW AS CLASSES FILL UP FAST!

EDGEMAR CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2 THEATER AND ART GALLERY COMPLEX
2437 MAIN STREET
SANTA MONICA, CA 90405
TEL:310-392-0815

Summer Acting Camp

Well Rounded Training Intensive

Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
Ages 7-12
*Have Fun & Act!!
*Theater games *Scene Study *Improvisation
*On-Camera auditioning *Work On Voice & Movement

Camp includes the following classes:

IMPROV WORKOUT
Fun improvisational games & exercises.
Discover characters you never knew you could play by being thrown into situations where you don’t have time to think.

AUDITIONING FOR FILM & TELEVISION ON CAMERA
Practice auditioning techniques & get on camera experience.

SCENE STUDY
The best way to learn is though hands on experience with direction.
Work on scenes & monologues

VOICE INTENSIVE
vocal & speech exercise’s

Session 1 tuition: $455.00

Session 1:June 18th-June 22nd (full)
Session 2: June 25th to June 29th (4 spots left)
Session 3: July 9th to July 13th  (3 spots left)
Session 4: July 16th-July 20th(still available)
Session 5:July 23-July 27th (still available)
Session 6:July 30th-August 3rd (still available)
Session 7:August 6th-August 10th (still available)
Session 8:August 13-August 17th (still available)
Session 9:August 20th-August 24th (still available)
session 10:August 27th-August 31st (still available)

Want to get away?
Enjoy skiing, hiking, and the beautiful lakes of Mammoth…

2 bedrooms and loft steps away from the Village and next-door to the 5-star Westin Hotel

10
Jul
12

GA ensemble theatre newsletter

Georgia Ensemble Theatre

20th Anniversary
Season
2012-2013

Celebrate Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s EMERALD ANNIVERSARY with us all season long with a terrific lineup of plays picked just for you by Founding Artistic Director Robert Farley. Along the way, you can help us honor all those who have brought us this far.  Here’s to another 20!
Subscriptions are available now!  Call 770-641-1260.
Cast of Twentieth Century.  Photo by Chuck Tedder.
The Man Who Came to Dinner
by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman
September 6-23, 2012
Two decades ago, Georgia Ensemble Theatre opened its doors with the classic Kaufman & Hart comedy, You Can’t Take It With You. Now, 20 years and more than 100 productions later, we bring back another work from this great comedy writing duo as we launch our Emerald Anniversary with one of the most epic and clever American comedies to ever take the stage. The Man Who Came to Dinner will be brought to you with a cast of over 25, including GET favorites from the 2012 hit show Becky’s New Car: Wendy Melkonian and Allan Edwards.  You’ll meet the irascible arts critic Sheridan Whiteside as he pays a visit to the Stanley household where Marx Brothers-like madness ensues with secretaries, ex-cons, cockroaches and penguins!
Elizabeth Wells Berkes, Patty Mosley, Judy Fitzgerald & Cynthia Collins in A Taffeta Christmas (2002).  Photo by Haigwood Studios.
A Taffeta Christmas
by Rick Lewis
November 8-18, 2012
We usher in the holidays with a double does of festivities.  A Taffeta Christmas played to sold-out houses ten years ago, and has been one of our most requested shows in recent years at GET.  Now Donna, Kaye, Peggy, and Cheryl return to their hometown for a Christmas performance of holiday classics, pop standards and newly discovered rock and roll holiday songs that will have audiences singing along with this high energy 1950’s girl harmony group.  HOLIDAY BONUS: Roswell Dance Theatre joins GET’s 20th anniversary celebration by reserving prime center seating for select performances of The Nutcracker at a special reduced rate just for GET subscribers!    
Mary Nye Bennett & Googie Uterhardt in Glimpses of the Moon.  Photo by Bill DeLoach.
Swell Party
by Topher Payne
January 10-27, 2013
Popular Atlanta playwright Topher Payne returns on the heels of his widely embraced 2011 GET hit Tokens of Affection.  GET has exclusively commissioned this comedy especially for our patrons. Tobacco heir Smith Reynolds returns from a New York vacation to his North Carolina estate with a surprise souvenir: a wife. The new Mrs. Reynolds is a popular jazz singer, a dozen years older than Smith, and arrives with a carload of gin and a certifiably insane acting coach.  A wedding party is flat-out ruined when the groom turns up dead.  As the guests gather to reconstruct the evening’s events and try to solve the mystery, it becomes clear that for Southerners, the truth isn’t nearly as important as a good story. 
James Donadio & Hugh Adams in Sleuth.  Photo by Chuck Tedder.
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club
by Jeffrey Hatcher
February 28-March 17, 2013
Behind the impressive facade of a windowless house, some of Europe’s most powerful men gather to play a game.  The game is Murder, and this is The Suicide Club.  But the Club has a new member: Sherlock Homes – brilliant, perceptive, the greatest detective in the English-speaking world.  Does Holmes want to die? Or is some other game afoot as he and Watson always seem one step behind, as the corpses of Europe’s power players start turning up all over London. This beguiling thriller brings the famous detective fully alive on our stage with a tale filled with endless mystery, twists, and chills in this sharp and clever brand new Holmes adventure.
Ellen McQueen in Beyond the Rainbow.  Photo by Chuck Tedder.
Hello, Dolly!
by Jerry Herman & Michael Stewart
April 11-28, 2013
Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s blockbuster season finale brings you our first-ever classic Broadway musical. This memorable musical based on Thornton Wilder’s The Matchmaker regales us with the heart-warming story of life’s second chances as maneuvered by the indomitable Dolly Levi, who states in her daily code, “Some people paint, some sew … I meddle.”  The winner of no less than 10 Tony Awards, we invite you to join us on this whirlwind race around New York with this musical featuring some of the most beloved songs of all time, including “Before the Parade Passes By,” “It Only Takes a Moment,” and of course the all-time favorite, “Hello, Dolly.”
2012-2013 Season Subscriptions are available now by calling the Box Office at 770-641-1260. GET is also making a Family Flex Pass available this season which offers tickets to the Theatre’s youth productions of Aesop’s Fables, James and the Giant Peach, and And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank.
 
Georgia Ensemble Theatre is the Official Resident Professional Theatre Company of the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest St., Roswell, GA 30075.  770-641-1260  www.get.org
08
Jul
12

Indie Film Month

07
Jul
12

sketchworks classes

06
Jul
12

acting boot camps

05
Jul
12

Blueprint youth acting camp

05
Jul
12

TED BRUNETTI – ON-CAMERA WORKSHOP

TED BRUNETTI – ON-CAMERA WORKSHOP FOR ACTORS ATLANTA – JULY 2012

 
Ted Brunetti is returning to Atlanta to conduct his one-day on-camera workshop!
 
Don’t miss this great opportunity to work with Ted…his resume speaks for itself. 

Highlights of Ted’s career include:
 
Creator and Executive Producer of a current half hour comedy pilot for FOX
 6 television projects, 1 feature film, and 2 multi-media projects currently in development
Currently part of the YouTube Creator Institute/USC Program at USC
Other television projects include: 2 seasons on the DREW CAREY SHOW, WANDA AT LARGE with Wanda Sykes, Bren Foster for new contract role on DAYS OF OURLIVES and Scott Krinskey for his role on CHUCK   
Other students include: Jack Lemmon and George C. Scott (remake of INHERIT THE WIND, Emmy award for Jack Lemon, directed by Daniel Petrie, Sr.), Mya, Nichole Tom, Tyra Banks,…many other renowned actors, athletes, and musicians
Works with major networks, studios, casting directors, agents, and managers
Teaches directors, producers, and actors at prestigious institutions across the country – including USC School of Cinematic Arts, The American Film Institute (AFI), HB Studio, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Elon, UNCSA, and SC Governor’s School
Protégé of Uta Hagen
Has worked with Whoopie Goldberg, Al Pacino, Uta Hagen, Donald Petrie, Jerry Zaks, Rob Marshall, Steven Sondheim, Flaherty & Aherns,…numerous others
Recipient of NEA Achievement in the Arts Award
 
Ted will offer four sessions.  Each session is one day…from 10 AM to 6 PM.  A list of the dates is below.  You can register for only one or multiple dates if you choose.
 
In the workshop, you will be given television and film scripts…Ted will guide you through the process of breaking down the script…preparing…then executing.  You will be filmed…you will then watch playbacks and be asked to make adjustments when needed or recommended.
 
Rules of comedy and drama will also be taught and implemented in this one-day workshop.
 
As a bonus, A FREE Master Class/Seminar – Prepare to Work, Not Audition, will be offered Monday, July 16th from 6:30 – 9:30 PM.  Anyone who has registered for a workshop is guaranteed a place.  Anyone else who would like to attend the free master class/seminar is also welcome, space permitting.

 
The dates you will choose between for Ted’s one-day workshop are

Saturday July 21st       10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday July 22nd        10 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, July 28th    10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday, July 29th        10 AM – 6 PM

“Special Wednesday evening classes for 8 – 10 students! On camera scene work. Only available to Sat or Sunday class participants.”

Wednesday July 18th – Starting at 6:30 PM
Wednesday July 25th – Starting at 6:30 PM

There will be a thirty-minute lunch break and a snack will be provided, but you are welcome to bring snacks and/or beverages from home, as well.
 
The location of Ted’s workshop and the free Master Class/Seminar is the Lovett School at 4075 Paces Ferry Road, NW, Atlanta, GA 30327.
 
The cost of the workshop is $175 for the day. 
Contact:  tbrunetti@lovett.org