RI is attracting more and more Film and TV workAs an actor, how will YOU attract the casting director?
PERISHABLE THEATRE, LDI Casting’s Anne Mulhall , and Acting Coach Wendy Overly, offer a one day workshop
THE ONSCREEN ACTORS’ TOOLBOX
Two different sessions!
Monday July 31 Or Monday August 28, 7pm-10pm
Workshop fee $50 with a $10 registration fee
Each session limited to 15 participants
To register, phone Perishable Theatre’s Theatre Arts School
401.331.2695 ext 102 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org This practical seminar will arm you with the information you need to confidently audition for film and television work, giving you the business know-how that is essential AND getting you ON CAMERA for a test audition.
This session will cover:
. Headshots and Building your resume
. The value of training
. Dialect Coaching/Quick character building
. Sample sides and scripts to learn
. An on-camera audition to synthesize your new skills
THIS IS NOT AN ACTING CLASS It is a skills-building seminar
ANNE MULHALL is the director of LDI Casting, Rhode Island’s only casting company, promoting a large roster of union and non-union actors from the New England area. After working in New York and Los Angeles, Anne decided to return to Rhode Island. While in LA she worked for MADTV, VIBE Television, DreamWorks SKG, and Circle X Theatre Company as the Production/Company Manager. LDI film credits include casting for principal, stand-in, day player, and extra roles for Disney’s Underdog (currently filming) Something About Mary, Swimming Upstream, Passionada, and Jesus, Mary & Joey. For television, LDI has cast for the Showtime series Brotherhood and look-alikes for reenactments for such shows as National Geographic and Unsolved Mysteries.
More information about LDI Casting at www.ldicasting.net WENDY OVERLY holds an MFA in Acting/Directing from Virginia Commonwealth University and has taught locally at Rhode Island College, Providence College, University of Rhode Island, and UMASS Boston, as well as several institutions on the east coast. She is dialect coach for the Showtime series Brotherhood. Wendy has also acted/directed/choreographed in New York with Mettawee River Theatre Company and The Waterfront Ensemble. Regional credits include productions at Syracuse Stage, Mill Mountain Theatre, Weathervane Theatre, Warehouse Theatre, Porthouse Theatre, and Highlands Playhouse. She is an artistic associate at Gamm Theatre.