Industry/Business

Acting Audition workshops to Industry Mondays: classes for actors who want to work

From acting Audition Workshops to Casting seminars, The Industry and business classes offered at the Studio can get you on your A-game.  These classes are great for actors seeking to further define their cast-ability and improve how their work is translating to directors and agents.

  • Participate in an acting Audition Workshop that will demystify the process of Auditioning.
  • Join us for an Industry Monday to meet with casting directors, agents, and directors through individualized sessions.
  • Learn how to prepare shoot and submit self-tape auditions.

Audition Workshop with Bob Verlaque

Robert Verlaque, faculty member and working actor (Jessica Jones, Reign, Indignation, Boardwalk Empire, Suits, Disney’s The Games Maker) shares his own proven technique and insights to make smart, creative and effective choices and experience the confidence that is essential to booking the job.

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Self-Taping with Jeff Dreisbach

Knowing how to put together a self tape is now an essential tool for the actor.  Casting Director Jeffrey Dreisbach (McCorkle Casting), will show you how to dramatically enhance your digital/video submissions for success.

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Reel Workshop with ReelArc

Work with the industry’s leading demo reel production company to create, develop, and shoot original material specifically for YOU. Your scene will be fully edited and ready for your reel.

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Industry Mondays – Casting

Throughout the year, the studio offers theatre, film and television professionals the opportunity to see our actors through individualized sessions. Actors meet with casting directors, directors, and agents who are currently submitting and casting. The objective of these workshops is to advance the actors’ potential to work in this highly competitive market. These classes are open to TSS actors who have had sufficient training to be auditioning in the business.

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