Think and Act like a Professional Actor

Facilitated by Sean Johnson

Date: May 7th 


4:00 - 5:30 PM 

Registration is now closed. Please send all questions and inquries to


Registered participants will be sent a Zoom link. 

Workshop Description:

"Do I have what it takes to become a working actor? Do I need an agent? How do I audition successfully? What do I do after high school or college? Do I need to train professionally? Do I want to work on stage or screen? What do successful professional actors do? What do they think?"
If you've ever asked yourself these questions, this workshop is for you. I introduce you to some of the same concepts I've used to help professional actors get meetings with casting directors, attract representation by agents, and book acting jobs. If you think succeeding as an actor is all about talent or luck, you're wrong. 
Get clear on what you really want and set yourself off on a strong foot with a powerful approach.

Requirements/Materials Needed:

All attendees should bring their own answers to these questions to the workshop:
  1. What is my vision of the future? What do I want my life to look like and what do I want to achieve? 
  2. How much money do I want to make annually as an actor?
  3. What are my biggest concerns, fears, and unanswered questions about a career as an actor? What are the catch phrases and warnings people have given me about pursuing acting as a career?

I would also love it if anyone attending would record and send me a monologue by 48 hours before the date so that I could critique or workshop one of the actor's work live.

Sean Johnson

Sean David Johnson is a life coach and creator of the ActorMind Program, a career coaching program for actors. He is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy who has also trained with some of the top schools and people from New York to Chicago and Los Angeles, including The Second City Training Center and Bob Krakower. He spent five years traveling the country, teaching acting and industry workshops, and recruiting for a major New York City acting school. Credits include Where It All Began (Lucille Lortel Theatre), Separate Tables (West End Theatre), Unsung (Zipper Theatre), Ultimate Wii Challenge: ECE (Nintendo), and several independent films and shorts.