How To Audition for TV, Film and Commercials
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|April 18th - June 6th
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studied acting for years, but just can't seem to break through the
audition barrier. Why? Simple. Auditioning is an art
unto itself. This course shares the secret of winning auditions
for the camera.
Stop beating yourself up after each audition! Learn to control
the process instead of it controlling you. Energize your
monologues and cold readings, learn to adjust your performance for
playing to a camera, and how to create an instantaneous relationship
your scene partner, even if they have no idea what they're doing!
Other important skills covered in this class:
-How to prepare for your
-Comedic and dramatic
-Understanding how you
look on camera
-What you should and shouldn't wear to an audition
- Slating for a
-How the casting process
-How the first 15 seconds can make or break your audition
-How to handle callbacks and director sessions
week, actors will get to perform on-camera, then be sent a link where
they can view their work online.
Auditioning workshop series will give you the tools to impress, from the moment
you walk in the audition room until the moment you leave!
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Edward Dennis Fogell -
training from such renowned institutions and acting coaches as Ted Liss School of Drama/Chicago, Victory Gardens/Chicago, CES/Los
Angeles, Michael Shurtleff/New
York, Geoffrey Conners and David Perry, Royal Academy of Dramatic
arts/London, to name a few. Ed recently completed co-staring in "Word Alive" with Matthew McConhaughey, Reese Witherspoon
and Tom Selleck plus he has
been cast as a series regular in a new Netflix
series to be shot here in Chicago later this year.
Some past television credits include the NBC soap opera "Generations", "Lady Blue", "Crime Stories",
and "Unsolved Mysteries." He
recreated the historic 40s-50s mob figure "Willie Bioff" in "The Projection Racket" for the BBC. Feature film credits also
include "Time Was," the Chicago International Film Festival, Silver
Hugo Award & LA Telly Award winner "It Takes A Lot Of Light To Make
A City," the Chicago
International Film Festival, Silver Award winning "Last Days In
Chicago," the indie gem "Sitting
On The Fence," Co-Starred
in the action feature thriller, "Dead
Air," plus countless stage productions including "Lt. Weinberg" in "A Few Good Men."
Some of you out there in the industrial, audio/visual markets probably
already know Ed, or at least have seen his rugged exterior in many
corporate, training films & commercials for the Motorola Corps, Sears, RCA, National Safety
Council, and national spots for Carnival
Cruise Lines, Kellogg & Miller's Lite Beer, to name
Ed has directed numerous
theatre productions, features & made-for-television films,
including,"Paradise Lost, Paradise Found". "In The Air Tonight" and
"Detective Story", produced, directed and performed in many musical
variety shows through out the United States, which includes the "Arie
Crown theatre," "The Park West" and "Civic Opera House" here in Chicago
and on the international set, musical show revue in Hawaii, Japan,
Korea and the Republic of China. Helped co-found the "Screen Actors
Academy" in La Jolla, CA. Ed frequently serves as a judge and Chairman
of the judges in the "Miss Teenage Illinois," "Miss Illinois" and "Mrs.
Illinois" beauty pageants.
we would also
like to mention that Mr. Fogell is on the board of directors at
Complete Video & Film Productions as well as president of Worldwide
Entertainment. Ed possesses a refreshingly honest, no nonsense approach
to the method, coupled with an unequaled passionate affection for the
actors he coaches and commitment to helping them fulfill their dreams.