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Posted by Andrea Lyman on July 30, 2014 at 8:37pm

Master the Art of Choosing Your Acting Class

Acting classes help actors perfect their craft, expand their repertoire, develop special talents and address problem areas.But among the plethora of classes, how does one choose the right learning environment with the right coach, method, format, or level of intensity? Have you ever wished for a little sneak peek before choosing a class? SAG-AFTRA New England is pleased to provide an interactive session featuring representatives from a number of local acting classes. Panelists will describe their methods, techniques, philosophies, and formats. Brief demonstrations with audience participation will be provided!

 

When7 p.m., Monday, Aug. 4, 2014 

(Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)

 

Where: SAG-AFTRA New England Office

20 Park Plaza, Suite 822

Boston, MA 02116

 

Panel:

Jeremy Brothers and Norm Laviolette are the respective artistic director and co-founder of Improv Asylum. With shows seven nights a week in the North End for over 16 years, Improv Asylum has repeatedly been voted Boston’s Best Comedy Club. Its training center is a place where actors can study improvised scene work along with sketch comedy, musical improv, and a variety of other electives offered throughout the year.  

 

Mike Descoteaux has been the artistic director of ImprovBoston, New England's premiere theater for the comedy arts for over 30 years. The ImprovBoston Comedy School features classes seven days a week in improvisation, sketch, standup, and musical improv with a faculty of Boston's most experienced and passionate comedy professionals. 

 

Scott Fielding is the founding director of the Michael Chekhov Actors Studio Boston. Fielding teaches both the Chekhov Training and Meisner Foundation Training. His twenty-five years’ experience with Chekhov’s visionary perspective and method informs his artistic and pedagogic work across multiple disciplines.

RSVP online at SAG-AFTRA website or contact the New England SAG-AFTRA office

Posted by Karl Steudel on July 7, 2014 at 6:15pm

Have fun tonight! Invitation...anyone who is serious about working in LA, feel free to contact me at this site, or via www.KarlSteudel.com Wish I could be there tonight, as Andrea asked me to jon the panel, but I am still in LA and have an audition tomorrow with an office I worked for as reader. - Karl

Posted by Andrea Lyman on July 7, 2014 at 5:01pm

SAG-AFTRA Conservatory tonight, Monday, July 7, 2014- Tom Kemp, Mike Jablon, Frank Cacciola and Andrea Lyman will be giving tips about working in multiple markets. LA, NYC and New England. Find out what you need to know about auditions, working, transportation, housing, classes and more. RSVP to SAG-AFTRA or walk-in with your SAG-AFTRA card. $10 fee.

 

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