SAG NY Conservatory Presents Long Form Narration & Voiceover

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SAG NY Conservatory Presents Long Form Narration & Voiceover
Start: 04/24/2009 - 5:00pm
End: 04/24/2009 - 7:00pm

SAG NY CONSERVATORY Friday Seminar Series
presents
Long Form Narration & Voiceover
with Robin Miles

in the 14th Floor SAG NY Board Room
SIGN-UP starts Monday, April 13th

Robin Miles returns!
Long form narration & voiceover (v/o) demand acting artistry and special skills. While blending elements from other acting areas, this work is different from acting for stage, camera or commercials. Seminar will include discussion/Q&A re: the required craft and unique skills used in long form narration & v/o in all areas; focusing on current trends; how casting works; which agents get calls; pay rates; demos; how to get yourself heard.

Robin Miles has performed as Narrator or V/O on dozens of film and television projects and has narrated over 175 audiobooks; she has earned Earphones Awards, Audie Awards and nominations for both narrating and directing.  She has won three American Library Association awards and receives consistently glowing reviews from both Audiofile Magazine and Publishers Weekly.  Robin is also an Audiofile 2008 Best Voices/Audiobooks choice in both Fiction and Non-fiction.                                                                                 

Directing credits include: The Tale of Despereaux (narrator Sigourney Weaver), Roots (narrator Avery Brooks), Another Country, The Fire Next Time (narrator Jesse Martin), The Lincoln/Douglas Debates (narrators David Strathairn/Richard Dreyfus); House of Meetings (by Martin Amis), Hollywood Station (by Joseph Wambaugh), The Last Kingdom and Lords of the North (by Bernard Caldwell), The Zookeepers Wife (by Diane Ackerman), The Education of Henry Adams (by Henry Adams), and The Night Gardener (by George Pelecanos).  Recent notable narration credits include: The Book of Nightwomen, The Pirate's Daughter (Best Voices 2008), Danticat’s Breath, Eyes, Memory and Brother, I’m Dying (Best Audiobooks of 2008); The Big Girls (by Susanna Moore) and Sellavision (by Augusten Burroughs). She is also a regular reader for Recorded Books, BBC Audiobooks America and the National Library Service.

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