Adam Hill will have an open discussion with members about their obstacles that seem to hinder moving forward in their career. For fun and education he will introduce a unique way of analyzing a script and learning lines. He will critique a few monologues in terms of growth, so BRING A MEMORIZED MONOLOGUE if you want to work with him. Truly a terrific class and Mr. Hill is known as one of Nevada’s premier acting coaches, please do not miss this opportunity.
When: 1-5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013
12:45 p.m. Check-in
Where: East Las Vegas Community Center
250 North Eastern Avenue
Las Vegas, NV
Parking: Free parking is available on-site
Cost: Free for Nevada Conservatory members or $20 per workshop.
Nevada Conservatory Cost: $40/year for union members. $80/year for non-union members. You will need your SAG-AFTRA card to join as a member and please remember to bring your headshots and resumes.
Check the Las Vegas Local hotline for updates or SAG-AFTRA members should contact Local Executive Director Steve Clinton by email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Hotline: (702) 737-8818
RSVP: No RSVP necessary but please check the Local hotline at (702) 737-8818 or (800) 724-0767, option 7 for any last minute changes to the Conservatory program.
About Adam Hill:
Adam Hill began his theatre career as an actor with the prestigious Broadway repertory company, APA. Since that time, Adam has acted on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in regional theatre and in touring companies. Although the main emphasis of his career has been theatre, he has acted in film and television as well. As a director he has directed over 50 productions coast-to-coast. Unfortunately, he has never directed on Broadway, but he has directed Off Broadway at the wonderful Cherry Lane Theatre and Center Stage as well as several other venues that no longer exist. Adam has directed the acting portion of Star Search as well as a TV pilot presentation for ABC written by and starring Brad Garrett.
Adam’s successful acting career led him to practice his true love, teaching. It began in 1970 when a group of actors asked if he would work with them and continues to this day. However, it wasn’t until 1985 that he opened his own studio in Los Angeles. Adam Hill Actors Studio in Los Angeles has produced some of the finest talent in the film and television industry. Adam was Artistic Director of Actor’s Alley in Los Angeles.
In 1996 Adam was asked by Wilkes University in Pennsylvania to establish a professional theatre program on their campus. Adam established the program and within two years created a Musical Theatre degree. In a short time the enrollment went from three to over 50 students!
Adam’s next venture was to establish a “working actor’s” class in New York City. Its purpose was designed to polish the actor’s audition skills as well as enhance their Script Analysis skills and to challenge their comfort zones. Adam will soon be teaching advanced acting classes in Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Adam currently writes the Showbiz column for Pageantry Magazine.
This seminar is for informational purposes and does not constitute SAG-AFTRA’s endorsement of any particular product, service, or provider.