When: 7-9 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013
Where: 442 Post Street, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102 (between Mason and Powell St.)
Description: A two hour workshop on the auditioning process. Learn how to present yourself and book the job with on-camera monologues.
RSVP to: The SAG-AFTRA San Francisco-Northern California Local by email to Vicki Balich email@example.com. Please include your name, phone number and union membership I.D. number.
- Class size is limited to 30 members.
- Participants will be randomly selected from those who respond with preference given to those who have not attended Conservatory events in the past year.
- As a courtesy to members on the waiting list, if you have reserved a space in this workshop and cannot attend, please cancel your reservation no later than 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16. Failure to do so may result in the inability to attend future workshops.
- There is no charge for this event.
Parking: Limited Street parking. Self-pay parking at the Union Square Garage.
Shari Carlson coaches individuals within a group setting to become masters of their instrument. She has been involved in the entertainment business as an actor, director, casting director and producer for over 30 years in Hollywood and San Francisco. A successful entrepreneur, Shari is also the Creative Director and founder of the Best Actors (in a) Film Festival established in San Francisco. This niche festival is focused on rewarding talented actors for their creative performances. Shari has owned and operated the production company, Imaginative Productions, since 2006, producing award winning music videos, films and plays.
This workshop is only open to paid-up SAG-AFTRA members in good standing – no guests are allowed. Parents/guardians of performers under 18 years old are welcome. Please bring your membership card.
Note: This workshop is not intended to imply an endorsement of any individual or company by SAG-AFTRA. The information provided through the workshop is given for informational purposes and may not be a suitable substitute for the advice of other industry professionals. You should always use good judgment in these matters and should not act or refrain from acting based solely on information provided through the workshop.