Act & Audition Online Coaching Membership: Get the continued support and extra career push you need, continuously. Open to Serious Young Actors and limited to 10.
It’s new. It’s ongoing. It’s been requested. It’s here. It’s the extra push so many actors need in addition to classwork. This membership is not a substitute for class; rather, it’s the extra coaching push you need in addition class. You’ll get continual guidance, focus on your weaknesses and an extra push with career guidance and development. Have an audition? We’ll nail it here. As a member, you are welcome to work or just sit in and listen. Limited enrollment.
Here’s the Benefits of Membership:
- 2-Honing Sessions/Month, Every other Monday.
- Individualized Attention. Focus on your Auditions, Needs.
- Industry Guests (Los Angeles/New York)
- Audition Tape Reviews & Feedback.
- Private Coaching Discounts, $100/hr. (Reg, $125 Online)
About Todd Etelson: Todd Etelson is a top NYC kids and teen acting coach, specializing in on-camera television, film acting and audition technique. In 2004, he founded Actors Technique NY (ATNY), a TV and film school for serious young actors. He is responsible for helping hundreds of young talent on both coasts gain representation and grow in their young careers. He works closely with all the top TV/Film NYC agents, managers, and casting directors. His clients have boasted numerous major successes in network TV, film, Steaming Media 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’s written 15 articles to date for Backstage and is considered a Backstage Youth Expert Acting Coach. Early in his career, he performed on network television, film, and stage and has travelled nationally and internationally to speak and teaches regional acting workshops.
Try it and see if it’s beneficial to you. Cancel Anytime. Sessions are optional and we’ll focus on current material, new material and honing your weakness, whether it be substantive acting or auditioning skills.