Film and TV Audition Technique
Facilitated by Amy Marcs
Thursday, April 29th
A Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.
We’ve seen the casting business move toward self-taping in the last few years. This trend will continue and expand as time goes on. Whether it’s college auditions for this fall, meeting agents before pilot season, or trying to break into the business through open calls, you’ll need to get your act together and present good work within the constraints on online meeting tools and self-submissions. From “where should I look?” to “what do they expect?” we’ll look at crafting monologues and cold reads that survive social distancing.
- Having a 60-90 second monologue prepared is recommended
Amy is a member of the faculty at The New York Conservatory where she teaches Meisner Technique, Acting in Commercials and Voice Over. Amy has appeared at many regional theaters across the country. Most recently she was seen as Gorgeous Teitelbaum in The School House Theater’s production of The Sisters Rosensweig. Other credits include featured roles in Geminin, Kingdom of Earth, The Star Spangled Girl and And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little. She has performed in the independent film The Waiting Game. Her voice can be heard on numerous national network television and radio commercials. She recently played the role of Peg the Pig in the animated feature film Impy’s Island. Amy received a BA in Theater from Rider University and is a long time student of Fred Kareman.
Registration for this workshop is now closed. If you would like to participate, please email Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org