January 25th / 10am-6pm / San Antonio, TX
This intensive is most appropriate for seasoned TV/Film actors of ages 16+ and theatre actors who are interested in learning more about acting for the camera.
DEADLINE to register: January 15th
Every actor will receive sides to prepare ahead of time based on their headshot/resume/reel. Sides for a cold reading will also be assigned in class. The class size is limited to ensure plenty of individual camera time for each person.
The intensive will cover:
THE AUDITION - In person & Self-tape
● The moment you walk into the casting office to the moment you leave.
● Technical aspects when working in front of a camera - where to angle your head / when to blink.
● Prepared audition vs cold reading.
● Should you be off-book?
TYPES OF ROLES
● Recognize different types of TV roles (co-star/guest star/recurring).
● Recognize different types of Film roles (principle/supporting/day player).
● Comedic vs dramatic scripts.
● How to adjust your audition based on the type of role.
BUSINESS OF ACTING
● Why you need a good headshot.
● How to format your resume.
● What to include on your website.
● How to organize your reel.
● When to network/follow up.
(Register before December 31st 2019 for a discounted rate of $285).
A deposit of $100 is required to hold your space in the class.
A catered lunch will be provided.
Private Coaching Rates:
$55/hour private coaching
$10/editing fee for tapes
Payment in full is required upon reservation.
Full credit is available if canceling outside 24hrs of session.
Half credit is available if canceling within 24hr of session.
No refunds are available.
Natasha graduated from Texas State University with a BFA in Acting & Directing. She has been working as an actor/director/writer in the independent film industry in New York for ten years. She relocated to San Antonio in 2017.
Natasha has extensive experience leading audition workshops with casting directors and agents in New York in addition to the classes she offers locally in San Antonio. She is skilled at supportively nurturing the creative side of the work while sharply examining the business aspects of the artistic craft.