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Noticeably improve you audition technique (and results!) in four weeks!

In light of potential new, incoming productions (Netflix series, etc.?), Professional acting coach Scott Rogers will teach a 4-week audition workshop that focuses on the most common problems facing actors in auditions. The class will consist of a lecture and Q&A followed by on-camera exercises and mock audition(s) that target:

· Technique – what really works on camera
· Learning lines – the fast way!
· Slating – yes it matters
· Eyes – where to look and why they’re SO important
· What to wear
· Age questions – how to answer them
· Technique – stage vs. camera
· Active listening – how this gets you jobs
· Common traps for actors
· Monologues – what you need and why
· How to get an audition
· Breaking down a script
And more…

When: Four Monday nights, February 6th – 27th from 6:30 – 9:30(ish) p.m.

Where: Scott Rogers Studios at The Alberta Abbey
126 NE Alberta Ave. (at the top of the tower)
Near MLK
Free parking in lot across street


About the teacher

Scott Rogers has taught acting to hundreds of actors in classes all over the world and auditioned more than 15,000 actors for various productions. He coaches principal actors on the sets of national television shows and motion pictures. He has produced, cast and directed more than 100 professional Equity productions and dozens of TV commercials. He was the full-time, on-set acting coach for the TV series’ Baywatch and also North Shore.

Scott’s clients include series regulars and principal actors on many shows, including; LOST, Game of Thrones, Hawaii Five-0, Grimm, The Librarians, Portlandia, Friday Night Lights, Cougar Town, and ER, as well as actors appearing in films such as Indiana Jones & the Crystal Skull, 50 First Dates, Pearl Harbor, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Rundown, Blue Crush, Lilo & Stich and many more. Scott also worked as an acting coach under a three-year exclusive contract with 20th Century Fox.

Scott is a proud, longtime (40 years!) member of Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA, where he currently serves as a National Board member and on several national committees. He is proud to serve as co-chair of the SAG-AFTRA National Conservatory Committee, which provides support for the training of professional actors across the country. His students appear on TV, film and on Broadway daily.

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