Secrets of the Casting Process - Free Breakdown Services Class - Session 2
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
Presented by Breakdown Services, in association with Ben Hodge Studios
Join us for this event as Jason Teresi (Director of Regional Services for Breakdown Services & Actors Access) presents a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the casting process and sheds light on what it takes to get noticed.
Some of the things that will be covered:
- How casting directors view agent submissions and actors
- How agents view their clients and the submission process
- Actors Access - Eco-Cast - Virtual Channel Network - ActingLink
- Professional survival tips for the industry
There is a parking garage on Philadelphia Ave across from studio space and in a lot across from the White Rose Bar and Grill.
Please register one person at a time. If you have any questions email Jenna Pass at email@example.com.
When & Where
Breakdown Services, in association with Ben Hodge Studios
Breakdown Services, Ltd. is the communications network and casting system that provides the most professional means to reach talent agents as well as actors when casting a project. Breakdown Services has offices in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver and maintains affiliate relationships with sister companies in Toronto, London and Sydney. With clients in most regions of the USA and Provinces of Canada our reach extends throughout North America.
Ben Hodge has been acting and directing for 20 years in a variety of formats. He has directed several productions in York, PA and had his play REACH performed in NYC at an Off-Broadway venue in 2009. Ben studied English and Acting at Messiah College and received his Masters in Education from Penn State University. After the success of REACH, the hit play about the hidden issues of 21st Century teens, Ben started acting classes in the York, PA area and created Ben Hodge Studios in October 2009. His main goal is to bring a high-level, professional acting workshop to York, PA that is modeled after professional workshops with influences by Uta Hagen, Sanford Meisner and David Mamet. Ben has been the only acting teacher at local Central York High School for the past 10 years where he has developed an innovative and fresh curriculum for young actors aged 13-24. This curriculum and workshop format is now available to the greater York area with hopes of training and leading new actors to the realization that acting is a more than just a hobby or pastime: it is an honorable profession and a way of life. His connections with New York City, LA and local talent agencies are now being offered to anyone who joins the Studio classes and have opened the doors for many already joined. He currently runs classes and offers private acting coaching via Skype.