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ELECTIVE: ACTING ESSENTIALS W/NATASHA BROWN

BEGINNING JUNE 3rd @ 12pm-2pm (June 10th, June 17th, June 24th, July 1st, July 8th, July 15th, July 22nd)
COST: $225


You want to book work but you don’t have an agent . . .
You want to audition but you haven’t taken any acting classes yet . . .
You want the casting director to book you for jobs, but you don’t have a reel or decent headshots . . .

What do you do? Where do you turn?

You sign up for Acting Essentials, of course – where you learn how to create a game plan to take your career to the next level, stay sane, not break the bank and come across as a professional in an industry of flakes.

In this class, you will learn what they don’t teach you in art school – how to create a brand for yourself and how to market your unique talent, like a pro!

This 8 Week Workshop is:
➢ Part Acting Technique Intro: Warmups + Objectives & Actions
➢ Part Audition Management: An Actor Prepares + Etiquette + Self Tapes
➢ Part Business Strategy: The Actor as Entrepreneur: Creating a Business Plan

Join us as we take a leap of faith, with a rooted plan of action! Acting Essentials for the artist as entrepreneur will show you how to kickstart the business side of your career!

**All students enrolled in Acting Essentials will receive a 15% discount on Starter Reels with Perfect Pear Productions**

Workshop available to a limited 12 lucky students! See you there!

 

BIO
Natasha Brown is an actress, writer and producer who grew up in New Orleans and Brooklyn. She is a proud graduate of the Meisner-based NYC acting conservatory, The William Esper Studio, and has since appeared in several short films and plays in both cities.

Natasha’s film & theatre credits include: “Proof” (Off-Broadway), “Satire” (Off-Broadway), “Verbatim Verboten”, “Star Trek-A-Go-Go”, “Tony & Tina’s Wedding”, “The Vagina Monologues”, “Focus”, “Passing Through”, “Rust & Stardust” and “Romancing the Cesspool”, which she also wrote and co-directed. Currently, Natasha is producing the dark comedy web series, “50 Ways to Kill Your Roommate”, and writing a television series.