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ACTING FOR THE CAMERA
with VETERAN SOAP STAR OF ALL MY CHILDREN, ALAN DYSERT
5-Week Class Starting Next Week. Thursday Evenings - 7:00 to 9:00
$195 per 5-week session.


Alan Dysert, best known in the United States as "Sean Cudahy" on ABC-TV’s top-rated soap opera, All My Children, was a full contract player for five years, performing in over 500 episodes.

Alan’s portrayal of this character put him on the cover of "People Magazine" and made him a very much in demand guest on such national shows as Regis and Kathie Lee, Sally Jessy Raphael, The Merv Griffin Show and The Mike Douglas Show as well as all the major talk shows at ABC affiliates across the United States. The shows Alan did for All My Children are still playing in many countries outside the U.S.

Not restricting his career to soap opera, he has appeared in national commercials, prime time television, film. Alan was cast in two feature films last year and has served as Executive Producer on four other feature films. Alan also directs commercials and produces music videos.

Alan trains actors and performers in many cities including Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Indianapolis and others. In Nashville, he has made notable contributions as the acting coach to the country music stars. He prepares recording artists for their music videos and consults their record companies on television projects and performance development.

In this workshop, Alan focuses on the realities of acting in front of a camera whether it is for a film, a soap opera, a situation comedy, a commercial or a music video. As acting for the camera is very different from acting for the stage, it is essential that anyone wishing to pursue a career as an actor learn the hows and whys of acting for the various mediums.

Alan brings years of practical experience as a working actor and film producer to these workshops designed to educate students regarding realistic and usable approaches to acting and the business of acting. He uses frequent performance in front of the camera for all students to help them become more comfortable and relaxed with the on-camera process. Having spent twelve years in Los Angeles, six years in New York and a great deal of time in Chicago and Nashville, Alan teaches his students how to get started in the business as well as finding work in all of the major markets.

Class sizes are kept small to allow for greater personal attention. Students work with scripts from films, sit-coms, soap operas and commercials as well as participate in improvisation exercises.

Alan’s approach not only enhances the seasoned talent’s performance with additional training, but also provides those with little or no acting experience a non-threatening environment for acquiring the skills that will prepare them for future performance in front of the camera.

Alan’s advanced acting class is on Wednesday nights. The first time he works with a student, he usually bring them into the Thursday night class.

To register please call 615-500-7661 or email: alan@actorsschoolusa.com


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FILM and TV ACTING PROGRAM FOR KIDS AGES 8 TO 12 YEARS OLD
Start Any Time! Every Tuesday - 4:30 to 6:00
$195 per 5-week session


I am looking for young actors that really want to learn what acting is all about and hopefully learn how to get paid to use the skills they learn. There will be assignments and memorization work. The class will be fun, but there will be very low tolerance for any student that distracts others from their work. The hope is that this group of young actors will continue to study together after the first six weeks. I want this to build into a class for young actors wishing to pursue acting as a possible future career. As these young actors get older they will be able to move into the professional teen class that is already in place.
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SOME OF THE TOPICS COVERED:.
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· Audition Skills.
· Memorization Techniques.
· Focus and Concentration Exercises.
· Scene Work.
· Monologues.
· Set Etiquette.
· Introduction to Improvisation.
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The parents will be brought into the program for the beginning of the first session and most of the last session. In the last session, we will discuss the business side of acting and how to get the students involved in the film and television projects that are being produced in Tennessee..
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The classes will be set up in 5-week session. Any missed classes can be made up.


To register please call 615-500-7661 or email: alan@actorsschoolusa.com


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ONGOING 5-WEEK SESSIONS FOR TEENS!
PROFESSIONAL FILM and TV ACTING PROGRAM FOR TEEN ACTORS

Start Any Time! Every Thursday from 4:30-6:00 pm
$195 every 5 weeks.


I am looking for teen actors that really want to learn what acting is all about and hopefully learn how to get paid to use the skills they learn. There will be assignments and memorization work. The class will be fun, but there will be very low tolerance for any student that distracts others from their work. The hope is that this group of teen actors will continue to study together after the first six weeks. I want this to build into a class for teen actors wishing to pursue acting as a possible future career.

SOME OF THE TOPICS COVERED:

· Audition Skills
· Memorization techniques
· Focus and Concentration exercises
· Scene Study
· Monologues
· Set Etiquette
· Introduction to Improvisation

We will discuss the business side of acting and how to get the students involved in the film and television projects that are being produced in Tennessee.

This will be an after-school program on Thursdays from 4:30-6:00pm.
The classes will be set up in 5-week sessions. Any missed classes can be made up.

Can Start Any Week.


To sign up, please call 615-500-7661 or email Alan Dysert at: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com.


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TALENT TREK'S TALENT SCOUT MEET THE AGENTS with ROBIN DAUGHERTY
Tuesday May 30th - 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$145








Hear what Talent Trek looks for in new talent. You will also have the opportunity to read for Robin Daugherty in the class.

Robin Daugherty, an independent talent scout for the Talent Trek Agency, is instrumental in finding new talent for the agency?s ?Acting and New Faces Division?. Robin is also a well established actor at Talent Trek.

Robin also has taped literally a few thousand auditions for the agency- so he knows exactly how your auditions should be filmed.

Talent Trek Agency is a full service SAG/AFTRA agency with four offices in the Southeast. Founded in 1983, Talent Trek is co-owned by Charlotte Dennison and Juanell Walker, who operate the Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Asheville, NC offices.

The Nashville, Tennessee office is managed by Evelyn Foster, booking Agent, Kimberly Frank and Robin Daugherty is the talent scout.

Talent Trek Agency has worked as a team player with Casting Directors, productions, actors and models for over two decades. Talent Trek is a leading choice for reliability and providing the best principal performers in the business.

PARTIAL LIST OF CLIENT CREDITS
FEATURES: Hunger Games: MockingJ, The Identical, Get on Up, The Longest Ride, Boulevard, Warrior Road, Loomis Fargo, Finding Carter, 11 Seconds, A Pure Country Gift, How to Eat Fried Worms, Big Momma?s House II, Talledega Nights, Big Fish, Cold Mountain, Green Mile, Boulevard, Crackerjack, Warrior Road, Anyone's Ghost, The Blind Side, Halloween II, Two Weeks, Walk the Line, Black Snake Moan, Talladega Nights, Big Momma's House 2, Elizabethtown, Runaway Jury, Cast Away, 28 Days, A Walk to Remember, The Last Castle The Green Mile

SERIES: The Walking Dead Powers Sleepy Hollow Constantine Secrets & Lies Nashville Vampire Dairies Under The Dome Quarry Drop Dead Viva Star Crossed Revolution Rectify Banshee Devious Maids Outlaw Country Homefront Tough Trade Army Wives One Tree Hill Surface Elvis Mini Series CSI: Las Vegas The Real Gilligan's Island Snapped Carolina Cooking Dawson's Creek America's Most Wanted Biography Channel City Confidential Court TV Discovery Channel ER Going to California The New Detectives Shake, Rattle and Roll The History Channel Unsolved Mysteries Sins and Secrets

TELEVISION: Ring Of Fire Bonnie & Clyde A Good Baby A Death in the Family CMT Countdown Her Womanly Vengeance Member of the Wedding One True Love Songcatcher Sullivan Sisters The Dottie West Story The Magic Jersey TNN Music Awards Shop at Home Walk The Line

COMMERCIALS: Coca Cola DenTek Hard Rock Cafe Stone Mountain Blue Cross/Blue Shield Smithfield Ham Biltmore House Expedia Sensa Belk's Verizon Alabama Power Alltel American Express OP Jenkins Apple Computer Baptist Hospital Cable Spots Bi-Lo Captain D's Chevrolet Dexatrim DIY Food Network Fine Living Dollywood Dr. Pepper ESPN Firestone Tires Food City GCO Carpet Jewelry TV Kentucky Lottery TN Lottery Kroger Krystal Lowe's Mayfield's Miller Lite NFL O'Charley's Oscar Mayer Owens Corning Payless Shoes Purina Ripley's Aquarium Chattanooga Aquarium Ruby Tuesday Saturn Shoney's State Farm Target Tide Sony Electronics

For the past 25 years, ROBIN DAUGHERTY has been taping auditions and coaching actors at talent agencies, production companies, and casting agencies, in Minneapolis, New York, and Nashville (?over 15,000 times??). Each year, Robin organizes a panel at the Nashville Film Festival, discussing the “Art of Auditioning.” A Nashville native, Robin’s acting adventure started at the age of 6, with an appearance at Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre, which his uncle John had started a year earlier. That same year, Robin was hired on as a recurring cast member on the “Romper Room” kids’ show. At age 11, Robin became a member of the Tom Tichenor Marionette Troupe, and at 14, he received a Young Filmmaker’s Commendation from the Sinking Creek Film Festival, which evolved into today’s Nashville Film Festival. Since then, Robin has worked in many areas of film, television, and theatre production.

Currently, Robin can be seen starring in a handful of TV commercials, the pilot episode of Lesley Surdi’s new sitcom, GRATUITY NOT INCLUDED, several web series, episode 102 of BORN AGAIN VIRGIN on TVOne , episodes 304 and 402 of ABC’s NASHVILLE, as well as the films CHANGING HEARTS (2002), CHASING GHOSTS (2015), PATERNITY LEAVE (2015), REMEMBER THE GOAL (2016), and WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH GERALD? (2016). In the summer of 2015, Robin won the Best Actor award at the 48-Hour Film Festival for the short film, WHEN TO END. Robin studied TV/Film Acting at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Vanderbilt University.

To sign up for the class please email: alan@actorsschoolusa.com


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THE AUDIOBOOK WORKSHOP with JOE LOESCH
Saturday, June 4th from 10:00 to 5:00
Your Career Investment: $295


Learn techniques that win auditions and what's required in this long form reading industry. Joe has been producing and narrating audiobooks for over 20 years. His experience will guide you through the process and quite possibly to your first audio book project. You will record reading from your favorite books which you'll bring to the workshop. Work with novels, self-help, fiction, nonfiction, children's books, and history. You'll learn how to make your character stand apart from the narrator. Develop your character's attitude! Learn how to find work within the publishing world and how to market yourself as an audiobook personality.

Joe Loesch has produced hundreds of audiobooks for authors such as, Beth Moore, Bill Hybels, Jimmy Carter, Zig Ziglar, Robert Schuller, Jon Acuff, Dave Ramsey and many others. For publishing companies such as, HarperCollins, Thomas Nelson, Pacific Press, University Press, Zondervan, Guideposts, Mission Audio, Oasis Audio, Toy Box Productions, Dalmation Press, Ideals Publications, Warner Brothers and dozens of others. Joe owns his own line of audiobooks under Readio Theatre, LLC. You can check out his line of audiobooks at NewWayToRead.com

We'll record live in the workshop and you'll be coached by one of the busiest spoken word producers in the industry! The audio you record on this day is yours to keep! Plus, everyone goes home with one of Joe's award winning audiobooks!

Location: Joe’s Digital Home Studio – 5532 Maplesong Dr., Nashville, TN 37211 5532 Maplesong Dr., Nashville, TN 37211

CaCall 615-500-7661 or send an email to: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com to reserve your space.


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MORNING COMEDY CLASS for KIDS with L.A. ACTOR SEAN WHALEN
Saturday, June 4th from 10am to 1pm and Sunday, June 5th from 9am to Noon
$165


You can't do comedy if you are self-conscious about how you look. Imagine if Jim Carrey wanted to look handsome all the time on camera? You need to embrace your silly side. Sean will play some improv games, facial expression games, body movement games all designed to let kids get out of their heads and embrace being goofy and ready for comedy.

Comedy acting is still acting. The strongest comedy comes from the same rules that dramatic ones do. Conflict, intention, obstacles, specific choices, and the life that happened before the scene being fully realized. Sean makes sure the kids aren't just "surface" acting but finding the emotional truth beneath each scene. When this is taken care of, the scene is fuller, therefore funnier.

Sean helps "choreograph" a scene like a dance instructor does. What are the beats? What are they doing in each line (teasing, begging, cajoling, manipulating,etc.)? What does that mean to them?

Lastly, Sean makes sure you know what the writers intent is for the scene. What needs to be learned about the character? How does the story move forward? Where are the jokes (Set ups, punch-lines, awkward pauses, etc.)? All of this helps to fully understand the scene while not losing your truthful acting.

Then, like a dance piece, the actor gets out of head, "lets it go", and it all comes together and flows.

SEAN WHALEN is a working actor, writer, and producer with over 25 years of experience in Hollywood. He has worked in literally every type of genre in entertainment: large studio movies, small independent films, comedy TV, dramatic TV, Soap Operas, children’s shows, commercials, etc. Being involved in the business from all sides has given Sean a wealth of knowledge that he is excited to share with new actors trying to expand their knowledge so they can have a long career in show business.

SEAN'S CREDITS INCLUDE:
A World Without Superheroes - Jersey Boys - Castle (TV Series) - Revenge (TV Series) - Criminal Minds - The Bold and the Beautiful - Lost - Wizards of Waverly Place - Halloween II - Hannah Montana - Cold Case - The Suite Life of Zack and Cody - The Closer - Life As We Know It - The Young and the Restless - Scrubs - NYPD Blue - Star Trek: Enterprise - Less Than Perfect - Sabrina, the Teenage Witch - Spin City - Special Unit 2 - Charlie’s Angels - Just Shoot Me! - Nash Bridges - La Femme Nikita - Men in Black - Twister - The Cable Guy - Waterworld - Batman Returns - Friends - Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman - Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation

SEAN WHALEN'S career began with commercials appearing in comedic spots for Little Ceasar’s Pizza, TJ Maxx, and many others. His most acclaimed commercial was the first GOT MILK? commercial directed by Michael Bay.

His first major film role was in PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS directed by Wes Craven. Other films include, TWISTER, NEVER BEEN KISSED, JURY DUTY, THAT THING YOU DO, MEN IN BLACK, EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH, WATERWORLD, BATMAN RETURNS, and HALLOWEEN II. He has appeared in independent features as well including HATCHET 3, LAID TO REST, PYTHON, ALL SUPERHEROES MUST DIE, THE FP. and THE JERSEY BOYS directed by Clint Eastwood.

Television offered many comedic and dramatic roles in shows such as FRIENDS, CRIMINAL MINDS, CASTLE, REVENGE, NYPD BLUE, MY WIFE AND KIDS, JUST SHOOT ME, NOWHERE MAN, LOST, and JUST SHOOT ME. He’s worked on shows for Disney and Nickelodeon including HANNAH MONTANA, THE SUITE LIFE OF ZACK AND CODY, WIZARDS OF WAVERLY PLACE, and had a recurring on UNFABULOUS with Emma Roberts.

Sean has written several comedy screenplays (one which is currently being produced by Brett Ratner and Jeff Nathanson), TV Pilots, done punch up work on several Disney cartoons, and a couple of short films. One, TURKEY.CAKE. a comedy he wrote and directed won the Rehobeth beach film festival.

Being a character actor, Sean has worked in every entertainment genre imaginable in lower to higher budget productions. Because of this, he understands the craft of acting like no other and understands what directors and producers need to tell their stories.

Call 615-500-7661 for more information or email Alan Dysert at: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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AFTERNOON COMEDY CLASS for ADULTS with L.A. ACTOR SEAN WHALEN
Saturday, June 4th from 2:30 to 6:30 and Sunday, June 5th from 1:30 to 4:30pm
$195


You can't do comedy if you are self-conscious about how you look. Imagine if Jim Carrey wanted to look handsome all the time on camera? You need to embrace your silly side. Sean will play some improv games, facial expression games, body movement games all designed to let kids get out of their heads and embrace being goofy and ready for comedy.

Comedy acting is still acting. The strongest comedy comes from the same rules that dramatic ones do. Conflict, intention, obstacles, specific choices, and the life that happened before the scene being fully realized. Sean makes sure the kids aren't just "surface" acting but finding the emotional truth beneath each scene. When this is taken care of, the scene is fuller, therefore funnier.

Sean helps "choreograph" a scene like a dance instructor does. What are the beats? What are they doing in each line (teasing, begging, cajoling, manipulating,etc.)? What does that mean to them?

Lastly, Sean makes sure you know what the writers intent is for the scene. What needs to be learned about the character? How does the story move forward? Where are the jokes (Set ups, punch-lines, awkward pauses, etc.)? All of this helps to fully understand the scene while not losing your truthful acting.

Then, like a dance piece, the actor gets out of head, "lets it go", and it all comes together and flows.

SEAN WHALEN is a working actor, writer, and producer with over 25 years of experience in Hollywood. He has worked in literally every type of genre in entertainment: large studio movies, small independent films, comedy TV, dramatic TV, Soap Operas, children’s shows, commercials, etc. Being involved in the business from all sides has given Sean a wealth of knowledge that he is excited to share with new actors trying to expand their knowledge so they can have a long career in show business.

SEAN'S CREDITS INCLUDE:
A World Without Superheroes - Jersey Boys - Castle (TV Series) - Revenge (TV Series) - Criminal Minds - The Bold and the Beautiful - Lost - Wizards of Waverly Place - Halloween II - Hannah Montana - Cold Case - The Suite Life of Zack and Cody - The Closer - Life As We Know It - The Young and the Restless - Scrubs - NYPD Blue - Star Trek: Enterprise - Less Than Perfect - Sabrina, the Teenage Witch - Spin City - Special Unit 2 - Charlie’s Angels - Just Shoot Me! - Nash Bridges - La Femme Nikita - Men in Black - Twister - The Cable Guy - Waterworld - Batman Returns - Friends - Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman - Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation

SEAN WHALEN'S career began with commercials appearing in comedic spots for Little Ceasar’s Pizza, TJ Maxx, and many others. His most acclaimed commercial was the first GOT MILK? commercial directed by Michael Bay.

His first major film role was in PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS directed by Wes Craven. Other films include, TWISTER, NEVER BEEN KISSED, JURY DUTY, THAT THING YOU DO, MEN IN BLACK, EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH, WATERWORLD, BATMAN RETURNS, and HALLOWEEN II. He has appeared in independent features as well including HATCHET 3, LAID TO REST, PYTHON, ALL SUPERHEROES MUST DIE, THE FP. and THE JERSEY BOYS directed by Clint Eastwood.

Television offered many comedic and dramatic roles in shows such as FRIENDS, CRIMINAL MINDS, CASTLE, REVENGE, NYPD BLUE, MY WIFE AND KIDS, JUST SHOOT ME, NOWHERE MAN, LOST, and JUST SHOOT ME. He’s worked on shows for Disney and Nickelodeon including HANNAH MONTANA, THE SUITE LIFE OF ZACK AND CODY, WIZARDS OF WAVERLY PLACE, and had a recurring on UNFABULOUS with Emma Roberts.

Sean has written several comedy screenplays (one which is currently being produced by Brett Ratner and Jeff Nathanson), TV Pilots, done punch up work on several Disney cartoons, and a couple of short films. One, TURKEY.CAKE. a comedy he wrote and directed won the Rehobeth beach film festival.

Being a character actor, Sean has worked in every entertainment genre imaginable in lower to higher budget productions. Because of this, he understands the craft of acting like no other and understands what directors and producers need to tell their stories.

Call 615-500-7661 for more information or email Alan Dysert at: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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ACTING IN COMMERCIALS with ALAN DYSERT
Two Saturdays, June 4th and 11th from 4:00pm to 6:30pm
$145



This 2-session workshop will be very comprehensive. We'll look at commercials and commercial acting styles with lots of on-camera commercial work.

>> GET YOURSELF NOTICED! <<

The second session is a private taping session in which we will make a DVD of all members of the class. It will be sent to 7 agents and 7 casting directors.

Actors in the United States make more money from commercials than in all movies and television combined. This is an area where you really need to know what you are doing. Being a good actor isn't enough. Commercials are a different game. The competition is skilled. Winging it won't get you there.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
·Commercial Forms ·Acting Styles in Commercials ·Character Spokesperson ·Interviews and Auditions ·Getting Booked ·One-Liners ·Voice-Over ·Relationship to the Camera ·Product Handling


Call Alan Dysert at 615-500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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CAREER BUILDING CLASS FOR ACTORS
Sunday, June 11th from 3:00 to 5:00
$45


Alan Dysert will teach this informative and essential class for all actors. Your acting career is half craft and half business. If you don’t have both sides covered, your chances of succeeding are greatly decreased.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED:

Marketing yourself in Nashville · Marketing yourself in Atlanta, Memphis, Wilmington, Orlando, Los Angeles, New York & Chicago · Your front door image/evaluation · Contracts · Actors Unions · Residuals and Profit Participation · Network Contracts · Agents and Managers · Investors for your career · Tax considerations

To make a reservation please call Alan Dysert at: (615) 500-7661 or send an email to: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com

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FILMING YOUR OWN AUDITIONS with JOSHUA JOHNSON
Sunday, June 12th from 1:00 to 4:00
$65


Technology is changing the way Film/TV industry professionals handle auditions and casting. With the advances in technology, actors are often asked to self-tape their own auditions and submit the video auditions to their agent or casting director without ever stepping foot into a casting office. This is great because it allows actors to audition for roles around the country, however, this brings with it the added stress of handling all the technical aspect of filming your audition. Knowing the basics required to successfully film, edit, and submit your video audition will not only save you time and frustration, but will also help represent you in a more professional manner.

This workshop will focus on the technical aspect of filming your video auditions. You don't need to spend thousands of dollars on expensive equipment to create great results. The camera is only as good as the person operating it. We will focus on the basics of what is required to successfully complete a video audition taping from start to finish. This workshop will cover the step-by-step process from setup to sending the final product to an agent or casting director. This includes proper Setup, operating your camera, lighting, editing terminology and techniques, and submitting the audition via the Internet.

TOPICS THAT WILL BE COVERED:

Setup
Lighting (Natural, 2-point/3-point lighting) Key, Fill, and Back light, Color Temperature (3,2K or 5,6K)
Camera placement
Actor Placement
Off camera Actor(Reader) Placement
Backdrop/background
Framing

Camera Settings
Modes: Auto and Manual
White balance/Color Temperature (3,2K or 5,6K)
Aperture(F/Stop)
Auto focus and Manual focus
ISO
File format - common compression formats: .MOV, .MP4, . AVI, etc
Resolution - standards HD, SD, 480, 720, 1080p
Working with the internal mic on your camera
Optional external mic.

Post-Production
Editing software
Importing
Editing
Common editing terms

Submitting via the Internet
Email
WeTransfer
HighTail (formally YouSendIt)

Purchasing Equipment
Camera
Lights
Backdrop
Editing software

ABOUT JOSHUA JOHNSON
Joshua Johnson is a videographer, photographer, sound engineer, and actor. He graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science: Audio Production/Engineering with a minor in Mass Communications from MTSU's highly respected Recording Industry Program (RIM). In 2008, he started Capture Productions Photography. It was not long after entering the world of professional photography that Joshua decided to branch out and include videography as a part of his profession. As a videographer/editor, Joshua's work includes shooting/editing web series, product promo videos, demo reels, video auditions, and he is currently finishing up post-production on a film titled "The Senator", a film written and directed by Alan Dysert.

To sign up for the class please call (615) 500-7661 or send an email to: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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AUDITIONING FOR THE CAMERA with ROBIN DAUGHERTY
Tuesday Evening, June 14th from 6:30 to 9:00
(Ages 16+ - Class Limit: 10) Price: $75


Be prepared to work fast, and learn a lot in the process! In this workshop, you'll learn the tricks of the trade to "up your game" in the unavoidable world of auditioning. You'll work with short audition scripts: one will be provided a couple of days in advance, and a second will be handed out in class.

This class will teach you how to make your auditions come alive. It will address Film/TV auditions, cold reads, and commercial auditions, in the format of getting an audition script, rehearsing it, taping it, getting a critique, and taping it again.

ABOUT ROBIN DAUGHERTY
For the past 25 years, Robin has been taping auditions and coaching actors at talent agencies, production companies, and casting agencies, in Minneapolis, New York, and Nashville (“over 15,000 times…”). Each year, Robin organizes a panel at the Nashville Film Festival, discussing the “Art of Auditioning.” A Nashville native, Robin’s acting adventure started at the age of 6, with an appearance at Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre, which his uncle John had started a year earlier. That same year, Robin was hired on as a recurring cast member on the “Romper Room” kids’ show. At age 11, Robin became a member of the Tom Tichenor Marionette Troupe, and at 14, he received a Young Filmmaker’s Commendation from the Sinking Creek Film Festival, which evolved into today’s Nashville Film Festival. Since then, Robin has worked in many areas of film, television, and theatre production.

Currently, Robin can be seen starring in a handful of TV commercials, the pilot episode of Lesley Surdi’s new sitcom, GRATUITY NOT INCLUDED, several web series, episode 102 of BORN AGAIN VIRGIN on TVOne , episodes 304 and 402 of ABC’s NASHVILLE, as well as the films CHANGING HEARTS (2002), CHASING GHOSTS (2015), PATERNITY LEAVE (2015), REMEMBER THE GOAL (2016), and WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH GERALD? (2016). In the summer of 2015, Robin won the Best Actor award at the 48-Hour Film Festival for the short film, WHEN TO END. Robin studied TV/Film Acting at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Vanderbilt University.

To sign up for the class please email: alan@actorsschoolusa.com


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ACTOR'S BOOTCAMP with CASTING DIRECTOR, HOLLY ALLEN
Saturday, June 18th from 10:00am to 5:00pm
$145


This fun intensive class is all about Doing, Doing, Doing!

No lecturing, No homework, No watching tapes back, No long feedback sessions.

Those things are valuable, but this class is EXPERIENTIAL and all about DOING scripts and PRACTICING auditions!

After some fun warm-up games you will be given a number and assigned one of four stations where you will work with a partner or on your own on either commercials, industrials, or film/tv scenes before performing them on camera.

Holly will give you direction, coaching, and feedback on each of the pieces you perform helping you to discover and refine the strongest choices. If you want to stay on your feet, shake things up, work on 3-4 different types of material, and practice your skills for the camera then this is the workshop for you!

Holly Allen is a freelance Casting Director, Acting Teacher, and Creativity Coach, based in Chicago and Nashville. She has been casting for over 15 years and continues to work on commercials, industrials, and independent film projects. Her indie film casting credits include: Wind, Chasing Ghosts, Deadline, and No Regrets. She has cast nearly a thousand commercials and industrials. In Chicago she runs sessions for Paskal Rudnicke Casting who casts for television series, commercials, industrials, and feature films.

Although she loves casting, her adoration for teaching may take the lead. She began teaching in grad school where she received her Master of Fine Arts degree in Theatre and hasn’t stopped teaching since. She has taught at universities, colleges, independent acting schools, and in private lessons for almost 20 years. She has been conducting workshops for The Actor’s School for many years now and loves helping actors achieve their goals!

Being a professionally trained performer herself for over 20 years, she has a vast knowledge of the technique of acting and also the challenges and obstacles that actors face in their career. She strives to create a fun, safe environment in all her workshops where she will also challenge you and push you to grow. She encourages mistakes, taking risks, and empowers you to trust yourself and your creative instincts. This is a fantastic class to explore, experiment, do the work, and leave with more knowledge, tools, and confidence.

Each student will have the opportunity to work on-camera with detailed direction and feedback. She also gives each student a 4-page handout with tons of tips, advice, local acting websites, books to read, union info, and local agency information.

What Students Are Saying:

“Holly created such a warm, comfortable, and open work environment focusing on the individual needs of each student. As a result, I was able to take risks and grow immensely as an artist. Her positive energy and encouraging spirit is contagious! This class is not to be missed!” - Mary F.

“I really appreciated your positive and encouraging approach, and it's so helpful to learn what works, and doesn't, from a casting director.” – Rachel I.

“Your class was brilliant and has by far been my greatest learning experience. I will highly recommend your class to others.” – Janel S

“I LOVED Holly’s class on Saturday… she is the perfect combination of honesty, knowledge, and encouragement and is empowering to actors. I learned so much and can’t wait to apply the things I received from her. It’s obvious that she is genuinely passionate about teaching and helping actors reach their potential.” – Kate S.

“Thank you for your truthfulness and kind words of wisdom – it’s definitely a different breed!” – Susan J.

“Thank you for the invaluable auditioning techniques you taught us on Saturday. I have an audition on Monday and I plan to incorporate many of them. The class has already boosted my confidence ten-fold.” – Missy W.

To find out more about Holly Allen visit her website at To find out more about Holly Allen visit her website at hollyallenonline.com.

To sign up for the class please call (615) 500-7661 or send an email to: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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ACT NOW - TAKING ACTORS TO CAPACITY with JENNIFER JEWELL
Monday Evenings, Starting June 20th for Four Weeks - 7:00 to 9:00
$175


A theatre class designed to help Actor's create a fully present character through text and behavior analysis.

WARM UP - BREATH AND BODY
* Vocalizing - Hand out of Tongue Twisters, Body Diagram
* Movement - Psychological Gestures, Commedia Del Arte Stock Characters
* Theatre Games - Relaxation, Energy, Focus: Designed to Inform Character.

CHARACTER ANALYSIS
* Who am I? Behavioral Beads - Character Identification.
* Bullseye/Objective: What do I WANT? What is my desired response?
* When does the scene take place? Specifics - What happened the moment before the scene?
* Where am I?
* Why is the scene taking place? Relationship, Theme, Arch, Climax.
* Activity - Psychological Gestures (physical, emotional, spiritual, mental behaviors). What am I doing other than talking?
* Arrows and Actions - Verbs.
* Inner and Outer Objects - Triggers, Tactics, Colors: How do I get my desired response?
* What is my obstacle? Changing tactics.

SCRIPTS - INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER, SCENE WORK
* Monologues - Comedic, Dramatic
* Scenes

JENNIFER JEWELL'S credits include principal roles in commercials for Cracker Barrel, Goody's Mayfield Ice Cream, K-Mart, John Deere, Nashville Gas, Carnival Shoes, Now Communications, Memorial Hospital, Black Dresses, TVA, Intermedia Cable, Mortgage Bank, Home Shopping Network and many others. She has appeared onstage with the People's Branch Theatre, Tennessee Repertory Theatre, Broadaxe Theatre, Jon Drew Theatre, Kentucky Shakespeare, Barter Theatre, Derby Dinner Theatre, Tennessee Williams Theatre, Key West Theatre Festival, Nashville Children's Theatre, Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre, Actor's Bridge Ensemble, Green Room Projects, Cheyenne Frontier Days, and Nashville Shakespeare.

Call 615-500-7661 or send an email to: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com to reserve your space.


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MEET THE AGENTS

MEET THE AGENTS SERIES: MELINDA EISNAUGLE
Tuesday Evening, June 21st from 7:00 to 9:00


Melinda Eisnaugle, owner and director of The Avenue Agency, is our first guest agent.

As The Avenue Agency's director and agent, Melinda has been booking actors in movies, commercials, tv series, print work, etc., throughout the southeastern region for over a decade. Creating long standing relationships with her talent, national casting directors, producers, directors, and ad agents alike, Melinda is going to share with you what you won't ever see as a working talent -- behind the scenes of the industry!

Every talent has a question they are scared to ask, but this class will give you a safe place to get answers without judgment or embarrassment.

Need to tape an audition that will get you booked on the job? Now is your chance to learn how to simplify the technical so you can focus more on your craft!

Do you know what a casting director or agent is looking for when you audition?

Get the inside scoop on what catches our eye, and nail your next big audition!

Does the idea of a cold read turn your stomach?

Learn how to quickly dissect a character and your sides to hone in on what matters most!

ABOUT MELINDA EISNAUGLE

For 15 years, Melinda Eisnaugle has been booking and managing talent in the southeast, Los Angeles, New York, and internationally. Her journey in entertainment started as a child talent and gives her the advantage of understanding the full scope of what a talent needs in order to be successful in today’s market. Coupled with her experience as a booking agent, Melinda has insights that will give you an edge over the other talent on your agent’s roster. Find out how to get on your agent’s A list to get the audition!

This workshop will also dispel myths about agents. Learn what to expect from your agency - and what your agent should be able to expect from you! Find out what an agent does day to day. Find out from the source answers to your questions. Position yourself to be your agent’s FIRST call and build a thriving career!

The Avenue Agency is a full service SAG-AFTRA franchised booking agency located in Nashville, TN. The Avenue’s talent are booking across the southeast, including Louisiana, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Florida. What are talent & clients saying about working with The Avenue?

“I’m so impressed with how first class the whole experience with The Avenue is!”

“When the one in charge [on set] asks who my agency is and I say The Avenue, there is always a positive response and words of how highly they think of you.” —Kerrye Lebovitz, actress

“I just wanted to say you rock. Seriously. You have good talent and you handle your business the way it should be handled.” -Chad Kinkle, director

“I’ve been using The Avenue for over 10 years. [Melinda] knows her talent really well, which is extremely helpful when I’m casting.” -Holly Allen, Casting Director

“Thank you for representing great talent. You have no idea how happy I am when I get to hire one of your talent, [it makes] my job so easy . . .” -Jennifer Bonior, producer & director

“We want to thank you for all you do. We couldn’t ask for a better agent . . . and friend.” -Jaeson Morris, Parent of child actors

Your Career Investment: $45.00

To register please call 615-500-7661 or email: alan@actorsschoolusa.com


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NASHVILLE'S TOP FILM CASTING DIRECTOR, JO DOSTER
WEEKEND WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS
Saturday & Sunday - June 25th and 26th from 1:00 to 4:30
TOTAL COST: $185 for the two-day workshop


Jo Doster, Nashville's preeminent casting director, is having a weekend workshop and you don't want to miss it! Jo cast the newest Nicole Kidman movie, "STOKER", as well as "Country Strong" starring Gweneth Paltrow & Tim McGraw. She has also completed casting for the films Black & White Blues, and A Pure Country Gift. She has won an Artios® Award for People vs. Larry Flynt, and was nominated for October Sky. Her other films include: The Last Castle, Crazy in Alabama, The Thin Red Line, A Family Thing, A Time To Kill, The Long Walk Home, and Continental Divide among many others.

The Actor's School is very fortunate that she has agreed to do two days of casting workshops.

If you want this kind of exposure and training, don?t wait too long to sign up. The spots will go very quickly. Payment for the workshop will need to be received one week prior to the workshops.

To make a reservation call 615-500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com
www.ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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TWO-Day ACTING for FILM & TV WORKSHOP AT THE BEACH!
Sunday, July 9th & 10th - Destin, FL
$195 for this weekend workshop!

Taught by former “All My Children” Star Alan Dysert founder & artistic director of The Actor's School - Over 20 years as the MOST SUCCESSFUL school for acting for film & TV in the southeast.

Students have appeared in hundreds of movies,TV shows & national commercials.

Past Students Include: Miley Cyrus, Chord Overstreet (GLEE), Annie Thurman (Hunger Games), Claire Engler (Disney A.N.T. Farm), Patrick Johnson (USA’S Necessary Roughness), Rachel DiPillo (NBC’S CHICAGO MED.), Casey Bond (MoneyBall).

LIMITED TO ONLY 16 STUDENTS

To make a reservation call 615-500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com
www.ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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TV WORKSHOP FOR KIDS AND ADULTS with L.A. CASTING DIRECTOR TY HARMAN
Saturday and Sunday July 23rd and 24th
$195 for the two-day workshop



Ty Harman has worked in various facets of the entertainment industry his entire career. Ty started in the business as an actor getting his SAG card at age 18 and was a member of the Sunday Company of the Los Angeles improv troupe The Groundlings. Ty transitioned behind the scenes first associate producing Cynthia Heimel's hit play A GIRLS GUIDE TO CHAOS starring Debra Jo Rupp and Ricki Lake at the Tiffany Theater in Los Angeles. Ty was also a development executive for Kim Basinger's Mighty Wind Production which was based at warner Bros.

Ty had the opportunity to learn the talent agency business from the legendary Ed Limato and became a talent agent at ICM. At ICM Ty’s clients included Kiefer Sutherland, Dana Delany, Alfre Woodard, Annabeth Gish, Rebecca DeMornay, Ron White, Carrot Top and many others.

Looking for a more creative endeavor, Ty became a casting executive at the Fox Network working on such shows as 90210, MELROSE PLACE, ALLY MCBEAL and The X FILES as well as over 100 pilots. Ty has also been a casting executive at Universal Television and TNT where he headed up the series television casting department.

As an independent casting director, Ty’s feature credits include AMERICAN PIE: BANDCAMP, THE SANDLOT 2 & 3 and BLOWING SMOKE. His Television credits include HBO's award winning mini-series GENERATION KILL, the Worlds AIDS Day MOW TRANSIT and the television series SHAKE IT UP, CRASH & BERNSTEIN, LIV & MADDIE and ZENDAYA’S new Disney Channel series SUPER AWESOME KASEY. Ty is also a casting consultant for NICKELODEON and is currently doing a nation wide search for the next big NICK STAR! His additional television credits include WAREHOUSE 13, ALPHAS, MALIBU COUNTRY, THE GAME, GIRLFRIENDS and too many pilots to mention.

Ty is passionate about educating actors and teaches all over the country. He is a grateful member of the Television Academy and the Casting Society of America.

Morning Group (KIDS): 9-12 both days | Afternoon Group (ADULTS): 1:30-4:30 Saturday and 1:00-4:00 Sunday

To register please call 615-500-7661 or email: alan@actorsschoolusa.com


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THE ACTOR'S SCHOOL OPENS NEW SCHOOL IN BOWLING GREEN, KY!

NEW! ACTING FOR THE CAMERA 2-DAY WORKSHOP
with VETERAN SOAP STAR OF ALL MY CHILDREN, ALAN DYSERT
Saturday, Date: TBA from 10:00-2:00 and Sunday, Date: TBA from 1:00-5:00
The New SKyPAC - Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center


In this workshop, Alan focuses on the realities of acting in front of a camera whether it is for a film, a soap opera, a situation comedy, a commercial or a music video. As acting for the camera is very different from acting for the stage, it is essential that anyone wishing to pursue a career as an actor learn the hows and whys of acting for the various mediums. Students work with scripts from films, sitcoms, soap operas and commercials as well as participate in improvisation exercises.

Alan Dysert, best known in the United States as "Sean Cudahy" on ABC-TV’s top-rated soap opera, All My Children, was a full contract player for five years, performing in over 500 episodes. Alan’s portrayal of this character put him on the cover of "People Magazine" and made him a very much in demand guest on such national shows as Regis and Kathie Lee, Sally Jessy Raphael, The Merv Griffin Show and The Mike Douglas Show as well as all the major talk shows at ABC affiliates across the United States. The shows Alan did for All My Children are still playing in many countries outside the U.S. Not restricting his career to soap opera, he has appeared in national commercials, prime time television, and film. Alan was cast in two feature films last year and has served as Executive Producer on four other feature films. Alan also directs commercials and produces music videos.

Alan brings years of practical experience as a working actor and film producer to these workshops designed to educate students regarding realistic and usable approaches to acting and the business of acting. He uses frequent performance in front of the camera for all students to help them become more comfortable and relaxed with the on-camera process. Having spent twelve years in Los Angeles, six years in New York and a great deal of time in Chicago and Nashville, Alan teaches his students how to get started in the business as well as finding work in all of the major markets.

Alan trains actors and performers in many cities including Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Indianapolis and others. In Nashville, he has made notable contributions as the acting coach to the country music stars. He prepares recording artists for their music videos and consults their record companies on television projects and performance development.

Alan’s approach not only enhances the seasoned talent’s performance with additional training, but also provides those with little or no acting experience a non-threatening environment for acquiring the skills that will prepare them for future performance in front of the camera.

Saturday, Date: TBA from 10:00-2:00 and Sunday, Date: TBA from 1:00-5:00
Classes will be held at The New SKyPAC - Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center.

Total cost for the weekend workshop: $175

To make a reservation call 615-500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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AN INTRODUCTION TO IMPROV COMEDY with SPROCKET IMPROV
with BARRY McALISTER and CINDY CARTER
Tuesday Evening, DATE: TBA from 7:00 to 9:00pm


SPROCKET IMPROV - with Barry McAlister and Cindy Carter... two long-time area improv favorites!

You’ve seen it on TV, and you’ve been hearing about others doing it- so why not jump in and give it a try! Come play and have fun with Improv Comedy, in this one-night introduction to the art form that helps people be more efficient at work, gets the creative mind going, AND is great free-flowing FUN!

The class will explore the basics of thinking quickly on your feet, the fundamentals of playing improv games, and the underlying mindset behind doing long form improv. This workshop is a great introduction to the basics that can help you get a taste improv and learn some of the fun uses it offers. Actors will pick up fundamental tips on better auditions and performances, presenters can get an edge on making that big pitch, and uptight sticks-in-the-mud will loosen up and have a great evening of free-form fun!

SPROCKET IMPROV is Nashville’s newest improv company, formed by Barry McAlister and Cindy Carter - two of the areas most seasoned improvisers. Barry will be teaching the May workshop.

Barry McAlister is a long-time actor and entertainer who has studied at Chicago’s The Second City- best known for his improv character work and for his fun roles in videos and commerial, such as “the dead guy” in Joe Diffie’s “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox” and the dancing hunchback in KT Oslin’s “Come Next Monday.” He also hosted “Frightmare Theater” on Nashville TV, and produced the family stage show “Juniper Junction.”


Cindy Carter is an actress and improviser who has performed with many regional improv groups such as "Capitol City Improv", "Glue", "Happy Nowhere" and "Improv Nashville". She is also the co-founder and former artistic director for "Music City Improv." Cindy has studied improv at Chicago's Second City and Annoyance theaters. When Cindy isn't pursuing her improv passion, she is hard at work as a Tennessee AP award winning and 5-time Emmy nominated journalist for Fox 17 News.

SPROCKET Improv is Nashville's premier improv company, performing local shows in Nashville, teaching improv classes, and conducting corporate and event workshops.

TOTAL COST: $45

Tuesday Evening, DATE: TBA from 7:00 to 9:00pm

To make a reservation please call Alan Dysert at: (615) 500-7661 or send an email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com.


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INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING Steve Horswill-Johnston
Overview Of Filmmaking And The Creation Of Your Own Short Film
Dates TBA – 7:00 to 9:00 pm (6 Tuesdays)


You may have the creativity and motivation, but do you have the ability to make a short film? This is the ideal introduction to the reality of filmmaking for people who need to balance their interest with work or other commitments. The course is for students with little or no filmmaking experience who want to learn a basic understanding of the entire film creation process. Each student will work in a team to produce their own short film.

Over six-sessions the course covers the basic aspects of filmmaking, including; story and script development, pre-production planning, shot-lists and storyboarding, directing, lighting and editing. The class will also tour a working studio in Nashville.

Taught by local producer and actor Steve Horswill-Johnston, students will gain an understanding of the process of making films.

ABOUT STEVE HORSWILL-JOHNSTON

Total cost for the six-week course: $295 (plus a $30 materials fee)
Date: TBA - 6 Tuesdays
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: The Actors School
To register, call The Actors School 615-500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com.


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FOR KIDS ONLY: ACTING IN COMMERCIALS with ALAN DYSERT
Two Fridays 4:30 to 6:30

This 2-session workshop will be very comprehensive look at commercials and commercial acting styles with lots of on-camera commercial work.

>> GET YOURSELF NOTICED <<
In the second class we will make a videotape of all members of the class and it will be sent to five agents and five casting directors.

Actors in the United States make more money from commercials than in all movies and television combined. This is an area where you really need to know what you're doing. Being a good actor isn't enough. Commercials are a different game. The competition is skilled. Winging it won't get you there.



TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
·Commercial Forms
·Acting Styles in Commercials
·Character Spokesperson
·Interviews and Auditions
·Getting Booked
·One-Liners
·Voice-Over
·Relationship to the Camera
·Product Handling

THERE WILL BE NO MORE THAN TWELVE ACTORS IN THE CLASS

REGISTRATION FEE: $135

To make a reservation call 615-500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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STUDENTS CAN START ANY TUESDAY - 11am to 1 pm
ALAN DYSERT’S DAYTIME 6-WEEK ACTING CLASS FOR FILM & TELEVISION

Alan works with all levels of performers from beginners to the most advanced. The daytime class provides a scheduling opportunity for students to receive the same instruction as the evening classes. The next six-week session begins on Tuesday, October 29th from 11am to 1pm.
Everything done in class is recorded on video so students can review their work at home. Alan has used this teaching method for many years and it has really paid off for his students who are working every day on film, television, commercials, music videos and stage. Students work with scripts from films, soap operas, sit-coms and commercials as well as participate in improvisation exercises.

Alan's approach not only enhances the seasoned talents’ performance with additional training, but also provides those with little or no acting experience a non-threatening environment in which to acquire initial practice and beginning skills to prepare them for future performance in front of the camera.

The only thing a student needs to bring is a blank VHS videotape.

The total cost for the six-week class is $195.00.

Six Tuesdays from 11am to 1pm (Start any Tuesday).

To make a reservation call (615) 500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com


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HOW TO WRITE A MOVIE THAT STARS YOU with BOB GIORDANO
Starts TBA – 7:00 to 9:00 pm - 3 Wednesday Evenings


Ben Affleck and Matt Damon did it with "Good Will Hunting". Lena Dunham did it with "Tiny Furniture". Brit Marling did it with "Another Earth". Quentin Tarrantino did it with "Reservoir Dogs". All these actors wrote scripts for themselves that won festivals, acclaim and awards! You can learn how to do it, too, in this four week course. Topics will include developing and writing a script that is right for you, along with an overview of how to get it made. Tired of trying to convince others that you're right for a part? Create a part that is perfect for you!

TOPICS COVERED
* Designing the right script
* Structure that works
* Breaking the rules to get attention
* Writing, producing, and what to do with your film

ABOUT BOB GIORDANO
Bob has served as President of the 600-member Tennessee Screenwriters Association. He has won several prestigious screenwriting contests and is developing several project with LA producers and writers. Bob has written local and national television ads and has taught screenwriting at Watkins College.

Total cost for the three-session course: $180

To sign up for the class please email: alan@actorsschoolusa.com


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THE ACTOR AND DIRECTOR: CREATING THE CHARACTER
with Director Ralph E. Portillo
Weekend Workshop - DATE: TBA Morning & Afternoon Groups


Academy Award winner Ernest Borgnine, Academy Award nominee Eileen Brennan, Dick Van Patten, Mario Lopez, John Savage, Richard Roundtree, John Schneider, Nick Cassavettes, Jeremy London, Bo Hopkins, Billy Burke, Maury Chaulkin, Corey Haim, Alan Dysert, and Jason Hervey are but a few of the many talented actors who have worked under Ralph’s direction.

Ralph brings to the table extensive experience working with actors in all aspects of the profession from live theatre to television and film. His thorough knowledge and experience of the filmmaking process is a benefit to anyone who works with him. His love, enjoyment, and respect of the craft is contagious.

His films have won awards at the New York Film Festival, Worldfest Houston, The Flagstaff International Film Festival, The Charleston International Film Festival, and The Foursite Film Festival. He has also been the recipient of the Cindy Award, Telly Awards, Aurora Award, Millenium Award, the Davey Awards and the Accolade Awards.

Ralph is a member of the Directors Guild of America and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

There will be two groups of fifteen students. One group will be in morning sessions Sat & Sun. The other group will be afternoon sessions on Sat. & Sun. The morning sessions will be from 9am to 1pm both days and the afternoon sessions will be from 2:30pm to 6:30pm both days.

Payments for the workshop will need to be received four days prior to the workshop.

TOTAL COST: $195 for the 2-day workshop.

AM Group: 9:30 - 1:00 | PM Group: 2:30 - 6:30

To make a reservation please call Alan Dysert at: (615) 500-7661 or email: Alan@ActorsSchoolUSA.com.


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