Using John Milton Branton’s tried and true 10 Steps to Better Auditions actors will learn how to prepare their auditions in 10 easy steps that provide proven tools to deliver simple, honest and unique auditions that will get you noticed and remembered and called back – time after time. Mr. Branton has seen, literally, thousands of auditions and will share with actors secrets and tricks of the trade.
Here are some of the skills this challenging and rewarding class will provide:
• How to read a script form an actor’s point of view
• Uncovering the heart of the scene
• Choosing objectives that transform your auditions from mundane to memorable
• Unlocking the potential of the K.I.S.S. principle
• Learn to listen with the actors’ ear
• Adjustments that attract attention
• Being present in the room
• Discover the relationship at the core of every scene
When: 1-5 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013
Check-in a 12:30 p.m.
Where: East Las Vegas Community Center
250 N. Eastern Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Nevada Conservatory Cost:
SAG-AFTRA Members: $40 a year or $20 per workshop
Non-members: $80 a year or $20 per workshop
Pay by cash or check only the day of the event. You will need your SAG-AFTRA ID card to join as a member.
Questions: For more details on how to join the Conservatory, please email Nevada@sagaftra.org.
RSVP: No RSVP necessary.
About John Milton Brandon
John Milton Brandon has worked in just about every facet of film production. He wrote, produced and directed the films Yesterday Upon the Stair and Absolute Fear, he was a producer on Stealing Roses, Pluripotent and Special Ops and directed Dark Power as well as several short films. He was a 2nd unit director on 26 episodes of The New Addams Family television series as well as its dialogue coach.
Mr. Brandon also served as a first assistant director on over a dozen film and television projects, including Defending Santa, My Girlfriend’s Back and Co-Ed Confidential. His other production experience includes production managing and casting.
This seminar is for informational purposes and does not constitute SAG-AFTRA’s endorsement of any particular product, service, or provider.