SAG-AFTRA National Asian Pacific American Media (APAM) Committee is a proud sponsor of CAAMFest 2017, one of the largest showcases for new Asian American and Asian film, food and music programs in the country. This year SAG-AFTRA members can take advantage of discounts to attend screenings and panels at CAAMFest 2017. The Festival will run from March 9-19 in San Francisco.
San Francisco - Northern California
When: 6- 9 p.m., Monday April 3
6 – 7 p.m. Social Hour
7 – 9 p.m. Membership Meeting
Where: Delancey Street Foundation
600 The Embarcadero (corner of The Embarcadero / Brannan St.)
San Francisco, CA 94107
Parking: Metered street parking is available and in full enforcement. Please feed the meter. Public transportation on the Muni and Bart is also optional
NO RSVP is required for this event.
Agenda for the meeting:
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has unfortunately been cancelled.
San Francisco-Northern California Local Conservatory Presents
Audition Like A Pro: How to Turn Stage Fright Into Magnetism with Holly Shaw
San Francisco-Northern California Local Presents
Tax Planning for Performerswith Alan S. Markle, C.P.A.
In this three-hour scene study workshop you will find who the characters are, what they need and how they feel—gaining a true understanding of who you're playing. Utilizing objectives, actions and emotions, attendees will develop a simple approach to the scripted material, tackling characters as professionally skilled actors. This workshop provides members private coaching in a class setting. Scenes and partners will be assigned at least a week ahead of time, based on submitted headshots after the random selection is completed.
This workshop serves as ongoing practice or, if necessary, an introduction to the Meisner Technique of Acting. Seasoned actors will be provided tools that, when implemented, will deepen the moment-to-moment “truthfulness” in performance, create deep emotional connection to challenging text and bring powerful improvisational skills to text work. This workshop utilizes exercises Meisner developed to free the actor to “live truthfully under imaginary circumstances.” This work deeply cultivates and develops the actors’ instincts, concentration and imagination.