In this much needed virtual workshop, all actors will learn how to attack an audition, starting with the moment you get your hands on the script. As of now, you either rush to memorize or don’t have a process you can rely on. Now you will. And you’ll see. You’ll not only feel more confident in your auditions, but they will improve. Join Top NYC Youth Acting Coach Todd Etelson, as he continues to educate and further the careers of young tv/film talent, as well as parents, from around the country.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
– The first thing to do once copy is received.
– How best to memorize the script.
– How to make the audition (tape) memorable.
– How to make the scene different than other auditions.
– The necessary components to know of scene preparation.
– Imperative ‘Zoom’ audition components you must know.
– How to end each and every audition.
Parents with registering kids have the option to join us, and turn video off. We’d love to educate you as well. ATNY will send copy 3 days before this workshop. We ask you prepare as if it were a real audition, and send tapes to us for workshop review. We’d like to have the tapes no later than 1-day prior to workshop. If you’re registering same day as workshop, send asap.
Registration: $79. (Youth Members, just $71). We’ve priced this workshop as a no-brainer, especially if you enjoy the 10% youth member discount. Register early to secure a virtual seat.
TODD ETELSON is the founder of ATNY and a Top NYC Kids and Teens acting coach, specializing in on-camera television, film, and audition technique. In 2004, he founded Actors Technique NY (ATNY), a TV and film school for serious young actors. He works closely with most of the top NYC agents, managers, and casting directors. His students have boasted numerous major successes in network TV, film, and other commercial and stage projects. He began his career working at Dick Clark Productions in Los Angeles on such hits as The Academy of Country Music Awards, Puttin’ on the Hits and American Bandstand. He has performed on network television, film and stage. He travels nationally and internationally to speak and teaches regional acting workshops.