A complimentary audit of Aspiral Studio's ongoing scene study class is available for first time visitors in March and April. Geared towards film/TV actors, this class is designed to develop intuitive storytellers, and offers on-camera audition training and cold reading practice. Occasional guest instructors offer additional insight into the acting process, including commercial auditioning, Alexander Technique, and Linklater voice training.
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is now accepting submissions from all states east of the Mississippi for its June 2014 NY Shorts Showcase – now in year five!
There is no entry fee, nor cost to attend the screening in New York City.
All shorts MUST be produced under a SAG-AFTRA union contract, and not run more than 20 minutes, including credits – no exceptions. Web series produced under a union contract are also eligible for consideration.
The purpose of this conservatory is to teach actors everything they need to know about being on a film or TV set: rules, regulations, myths, and rumors of set life. This is a great opportunity to learn about what’s included in contracts as well as ways of protecting yourself during work.
Panel: SAG-AFTRA staff; Andrea Lyman
When: 7 p.m., Monday, May 5
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