Be Aware: Actor Skills Training by Cynthia Fritts Stillwell
Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 8:00 AM - Sunday, November 10, 2013 at 4:00 AM (EST)
Let's face it - auditioning sucks.
Few things are more grueling and soul-crushing for an actor than putting your all out there only to be turned away time and again. AFter countelss rejections you may be wondering if you've got what it takes, or if it's ever going to happne for you. Rather than give up on your dream, let Cynthia Fritts stillwell teach you the tangible skills neccessary to ace your nexgt audition by learning and practicing the techniquest any actor can hone in order to successfylly naviage the process and ensure their own success.
With a combingation of lecutre and a varietiy of techniques including role-plying and enactmenet, you will learn how to deal with cold reads, scene work, and other elements of the aution, including:
How to Prepare, How to Dress, How to Behave, Best Audition Techniques, What Not to Do
Admission is $300.00 for the weekened. As this is a hands-on, instensely focused workshop, class size is limited and carefully selected in order to give particiapnts the individual attentino they deserve - so sign up fast before it fills up! Those interested in auditing the class may do so for $75.00 a day. Auditiors may watch but will not be able to partcipate in workshops and will be capped at ten individuals.
This workshop will be videotaped.
About the Instructor:
Cynthia is a Casting Director, Producer, Arts Consultant, Writer, performer and teacher based in New York City who has now opened offices in Atlanta, Macon, & Savannah. She is a graduate of the CTI program of professional Broadway producers. She has cast more than 100 television and film productions including REMEMBER THE TITANS, ROAD TRIP, THE ROSE AND THE JACKAL, GLORY, FRIED GREEN TOMATOES and I’LL FLY AWAY. She has cast over 250,000 actors during her career. She is presently working on ABC's new episodic drama RESURRECTION, based on Jason Mott's New York Times Best Selling Novel The Returned. Known as a "coach's coach," Cynthia Stillwell is an acknowledged player in the business of acting.