Date: 6:30 – 9 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013
Where: Studio 909
949 Kapiolani Blvd.
Honolulu, HI 96814
Parking: On-street, NBC parking
Limit: 40 current/paid up members (paid to Oct. 31, 2013)
Reservations and RSVP: Email Brenda Ching at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. Please mail/drop-off your check made payable to “SAG-AFTRA Conservatory” to 949 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 105, Honolulu, HI 96814. Your payment reserves your space.
With several big-budget films shooting here (Hawaii Five-0, Godzilla, The Untitled Cameron Crowe, Big Eyes, My Own Guide to Hawaii, to name a few) now is the time to work on perfecting your auditioning technique! Professional acting coach Scott Rogers will teach an audition clinic that focuses on the most common problems facing actors in auditions. The class will consist of a lecture with Q&A’s followed by on-camera exercises.
In the clinic you will learn:
· Cold reading
· Technique: stage vs. camera
· How to get an audition
· Containing movement
· Learning Lines
· Age questions: how to answer them
· What to wear
· Common Traps for actors
· Monologues: what you need and why
· Breaking down a script
· How to deal with nerves
· What works on camera
· And much, much more!
About Scott Rogers
Scott Rogers served as an acting coach for 20th Century Fox Studios under a 3-year exclusive contract. Scott has coached principal actors on the sets of motion pictures and national television shows. He has produced, cast and/or directed more than 100 professional productions and dozens of TV commercials. He was the full-time, on-set, acting coach for the TV series’ North Shore and Baywatch. Scott's clients include series regular and principal actors on shows like LOST, Hawaii Five-0, Friday Night Lights, Cougar Town, ER and actors appearing in films such as Indiana Jones & the Crystal Skull, 50 First Dates, Pearl Harbor, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Rundown, Tears of the Sun, Blue Crush, Lilo & Stich and many more.
Scott is a proud 30+ year member of Actors Equity Association, AFTRA and the Screen Actors Guild (now SAG-AFTRA), where he serves as a National Board member and co-chair of the National Conservatory Committee, which provides training for professional actors across the country. He has taught acting to hundreds of actors in classes all over the world and auditioned more than 15,000 actors for various productions. His students appear on TV, Film, & on Broadway daily.
To read more about Scott Rogers and a map visit www.ScottRogersStudios.com.