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Tue, Aug 04


The Audition Room

Tuesday Cold Reading - TWEENS Ages 9-12

The only way to get better at on-camera auditions is to do them a LOT. Come by for an hour of practice and we'll send you your videos with feedback. 4 actors per week. Tweens Ages 9-12 [Tuesdays, 4:30pm....$25]

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Tuesday Cold Reading - TWEENS Ages 9-12
Tuesday Cold Reading - TWEENS Ages 9-12

Time & Location

Aug 04, 2020, 4:30 PM – Dec 29, 2020, 5:30 PM

The Audition Room, 1320 E Washington St, Louisville, KY 40206, USA

About The Event

Weekly Cold Reading Drop-In

Tuesdays - TWEENS - Ages 9-12

COST: $25

DATES: Tuesdays, ongoing (Register for each week ahead of time - space is limited to 4 actors per week)

TIME: 4:30pm-5:30pm

LOCATION: The Audition Room

1320 East Washington St

Louisville, KY 40206

About the class:

Cold reading is an essential skill for professional actors. In this four week lab, you will exercise your "in the moment" muscles through a series of mock auditions, covering commercials, spokesperson, tv, and film.

When it comes to booking on-camera work, it doesn't matter if you've had years of professional training or if you're just starting out.  All that matters is what you do in the audition room, when the pressure is on and you have one shot to impress the client. The only way to improve your audition skills is through experience.

Cold reading is an essential skill for professional actors and it’s a muscle you need to work as often as possible. Each week, actors will do mock auditions for on-camera projects in 2-4 of the following categories:

·  Commercials

·  Spokesperson

·  TV Shows

·  Film

We’ll tape your cold reads and send the footage to you, along with some professional feedback. Drop in for one week or come often to sharpen your skills!

About the Instructor:

Sarah East (Owner and Instructor at The Audition Room) is a working actor, casting director, and member of the Screen Actors Guild. She’s worked as an Audition Coordinator and Acting Coach with the area's largest talent agency and production companies for almost a decade, learning the casting process from the inside out. After graduating from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in 2005, Sarah spent time in New York City performing sketch comedy and improv before moving to Louisville, where she's grown her theatrical and on-camera resume to include nearly 100 Co-Star, Spokesperson, and Principal credits in film/tv, commercial, and live shows. Sarah's work as a private acting coach has been credited with helping students and adults book on-camera roles in box office feature films, tv shows, and commercials.

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