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When: Nov. 11, 2012
1-2 p.m. – Member social
2-5 p.m. – Meeting

Location: Teamsters Local 631 Hall
700 N. Lamb Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV  89110-2307
(Free parking available on site)

No RSVP needed.

If you have any questions, please contact Steve Clinton by email at or call (702) 513-1520 or (800) 724-0767 option 3, option 7.

Start: 10/20/2012 - 8:09pm
End: 10/21/2012 - 12:09am

The Nevada Conservatory Presents
Bill Holmes: The Voiceover Doctor
Here's your opportunity to learn what the world of voiceover is all about. It's 4 hours (the condensed version of a regular workshop) packed with everything you need for a successful commercial voiceover career, including, but not limited to, the tricks of advertising, acting technique, commercial copy, self-direction, demos, the business of the business, all the skills you'll need to continue to learn and work on this ON YOUR OWN.

Start: 10/06/2012 - 7:45pm
End: 10/07/2012 - 12:00am

The Nevada Conservatory Presents
Booking the Role:  The Super Audition Weapon

Reach your “Booked-Role” potential with one of LA’s top acting coaches Joseph Pearlman.

Zooey Deschanel (New Girl, 500 Days of Summer) says:  "Joseph Pearlman approaches the craft of performing in an entirely unique way, by focusing on the inner voices of characters and freeing the performer, he quickly finds the heartbeat of a performance. No time is wasted, he is an excellent teacher."

This meeting will provide the members the opportunity to hear a report via webinar titled Commercial Trends Every Performer Needs to Know About, and you will also receive an update on the Gross Ratings Points (GRP) Study and other important topics related to the Commercials Contract. A group discussion will follow the presentation, affording staff the opportunity to hear membership’s response to these findings. We look forward to your participation as your input is vital to our negotiation preparation.

The Nevada SAG Conservatory is honored and fortunate to welcome the inimitable Marilyn McIntyre to our conservatory.  Ms. McIntyre has acted on screen and stage for over three decades and has been a student and teacher for longer than she has been acting.  She has developed a class that uses a fusion of personal experience and imagination that allows the actor to fully personalize their work: the character and the fictional circumstances. Ms. McIntyre believes acting is all about preparing to act – keeping the instrument (exterior and interior) healthy, flexible and available.