Seen all those “BOOKED” posts for SRS students booking work? Curious about SRS classes? Here’s your chance to sample SRS teaching without committing to two months of class! Professional Acting Coach Scott Rogers, will teach a “DROP-IN” ONE-NIGHT AUDITION CLINIC, EVERY MONTH that focuses on the most common problems facing actors in auditions.
Space is LIMITED to 12 actors. Sign up now!
(Discount for SAG-AFTRA members in good standing!)
Class will consist of some or all of the following:
Lecture / Q&A’s /on-camera exercises / mock audition that target:
* The truth about Cold Reading
* What to wear during an audition.
* Technique: Stage vs. Camera
* Common Traps for actors
* How to get auditions
* Learning Lines for camera (yes, it’s different)
* Eyes – where to look
* Age questions – how to answer them
* Active listening: how this literally gets you jobs
* Monologues: what you need and why
* Breaking down a script
Time: 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM (ish)
Please be on time or early.
Sorry, but, due to automatic door lock, LATECOMERS MAY NOT BE ADMITTED!
126 NE Alberta St
Use “Ballroom Door” (facing Alberta) – Park in the lot across Alberta from the Abbey
About the instructor:
One of the most experienced on-camera acting coaches in the country, Scott has coached principal actors, for more than 3500 hours on the sets of motion pictures and national television shows. He served as Acting Coach for 20th Century Fox Studios under a 3-year, exclusive contract, coaching actors for television projects. Scott’s coached and/or directed Steve Allen, Jason Momoa, Pat Morita, Brooke Burns (Dog Eat Dog), Donna Mills (Knott’s Landing), Dominic Purcell (Prison Break) & series-regulars, guest stars and costars appearing on hundreds of national TV shows and motion pictures.
He has directed dozens of Equity theatre productions around the country including; the Los Angeles Premiere of “Prelude to a Kiss”; Nanette Fabray in the West Coast Premiere of “The Cemetery Club”, “Les Liaisons Dangereues” starring Donna Mills; and Jayne Meadows in Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers.”
Scott sits on the SAG-AFTRA National Board of Directors (Executive Committee) and serves as Chair of the National SAG-AFTRA Conservatory Committee (charged with providing support for the training of professional actors across the country.) He’s taught acting to hundreds of actors, in classes all over the world, from Los Angeles to Florida, from Seattle to San Francisco, from Washington D.C. to Guam (yes, Guam!).
For More Info on the studio, visit: www.ScottRogersStudios.com