WHO: Hosts Scott Bakula, Ray Romano, Andre Braugher (cast of TNT’s Men of a Certain Age) and participating celebrities including Tim Allen, Dave Annable, Ben Bailey, Bailey Chase, Eric Close, Dick Cook, Matt Craven, Kevin Dobson, Andy Garcia, Willie Gault, Carmine Giovinazzo, Paul Michael Glaser, Shawn Hatosy, Robert Hays, Dennis Haysbert, Michael Ironside, Richard Karn, Hal Landon, C.S.
(March 30, 2010)- Screen Actors Guild and Screen Actors Guild Foundation will present "An Evening with Television Casting Directors" live, online and free on Tuesday, March 30, 6-8 p.m. (PT).
This LifeRaft Live Stream event will feature a stellar panel of television casting directors who will share the inside track on what it takes to be effective in the audition room as well as your odds of getting the job, what it takes to earn a living in television, what bargaining power you or your agent have with a television contract, and more!
(March 19, 2010) — In an online LifeRaft Live Stream event presented by Screen Actors Guild and Screen Actors Guild Foundation, you can empower yourself with valuable knowledge about the SAG Television Contract.
SAG Contracts Corner—Television 101, consisting of a 1-hour pre-recorded segment followed by a live Q&A session with the Screen Actors Guild Television Contract Department, will explore such topics as:
In a LifeRaft Live Stream online event presented free by Screen Actors Guild and Screen Actors Guild Foundation this Tuesday, March 16, 6-8 p.m. (PT), hosts Robert and Michelle Colt demonstrate how to get out of your own way of success, sharing their expertise in the process of creativity, its relation to your brain/nervous system and your subconscious processes.
You’ve amassed a respectable body of work. Now you need to condense it into that compelling sales tool that gets you even more work – the actor reel!
Ah, but how do you decide what to leave in and what to leave out? You’re not a casting director!
The next LifeRaft Live Stream on Tuesday, March 9 will offer “simple steps and industry protocol for choosing your best material and uploading reels online,” according to the SAG Foundation.
SAG and the SAG Foundation present another great LifeRaft Live Stream event on Tuesday, March 2, 6 -8 p.m. (PT). This panel will examine the art of the independent film deal and will be followed by a live Q&A session. No matter where you live in the country, you'll be able to participate as this event is streamed online, and don't forget, it's FREE.
World to actors: sink or swim. But is there a third option?
Yes, you can float! Ride the tumultuous tides of a burgeoning acting career, buoyed by the advice provided by the LifeRaft Live Stream program’s “business of acting” seminars.
The informative discussions are brought to you by the SAG Foundation in association with Screen Actors Guild.