AUDITION

TAPING & COACHING

We tape auditions for TV, film, commercial, theater, and reality programming. 

 

Professional reader and coaching included. Leave with edited copy of your audition 

ACTORS ACCESS SLATES

Actors Access, a major casting website in LA, allows actors to upload "slate shots" associated with each of their headshots.

 

Casting directors love slate shots. Stand out from your competition.

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ON CAMERA REHEARSAL SPACE

Want to see what you look like on camera? 

 

Prepare for an in-person audition, break physical and vocal habits that hold you back, work on a monologue, or whatever you want.

 

Live monitor provided and feedback from staff coach.

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PERSONALITY VIDEOS

What's a personality video? Basically you talking about yourself and how awesome you are.

 

Useful for actors who don't have much footage but want to showcase themselves, comedians, and reality show auditions.

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Let's face it. Auditions are stressful.  Does the following sound familiar?


10 AM. Get the audition notification. Yay! Read it once.

10-1. Text all your friends and classmates to see who has a camera and is willing to be your reader. Wait hours for "friends" to respond back, half don't reply, the others "nope sorry man busy."  Arg!


1:00 Finally, ding! a friend from class says yes. Hooray! Rush home from work. 

 

1:30 Start to study script. Ding ding! Now Friend says they "suddenly can't make it after all." More panic. Distract yourself by cleaning for 45 minutes to "calm your nerves" Decide to murder flakey "friend" later. 

 

2:15 PM - Set up your iPhone and ask your non-actor roommate who barely speaks English to be your reader. Feel unprepared and distracted.

 

3:58 PM Send your audition to the casting director, barely making the deadline. You're unhappy with your audition as you spent so much time trying to find people to help you out and not analyzing the script.

Next week: No callback. Justify it's because it's a tough industry, you just didn't have time to prepare. Feel like a bad actor. Feel animosity towards flaky classmate. Stop going to class. Bummer. 

Let's face it. auditioning can be stressful. Does this sound familiar?

10:10

See it's due later that day, 3 PM. Really? Panic. 

10:30 AM

Text all your friends and classmates to see who has a camera and is willing to be your reader.

Wait hours for "friends" to respond back, half don't reply, the others "nope sorry man I'm busy."  Arg!

1:30-2:15

Distract yourself by cleaning for 45 minutes to "calm your nerves" Decide to murder flakey "friend" later. 

2:15 PM

Set up your iPhone and ask your non-actor roommate who barely speaks English to be your reader. Feel unprepared and distracted.

3:58 PM

Send your audition to the casting director, barely making the deadline. You're unhappy with your audition as you spent so much time trying to find people to help you out and not analyzing the script.

1:00

Finally, ding! a friend from class says yes. Hooray! Rush home from work. 

Next week

No callback. Justify it's because it's a tough industry, you just didn't have time to prepare. Feel like a bad actor. Feel animosity towards flaky classmate. Stop going to class. Bummer. 

There is a better way. Call us. Prepare for the audition.

Concentrate on what matters and book the part.