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Posted by admin, May 2, 2016 6:13 pm

For Serious Actors Only

In North Hollywood, CA


Tuesday, August 16



In today’s ever changing entertainment industry the room for error is razor thin.

Knowing how to be your best, when it matters most in the room, will the make the difference between your name being up in lights or your career going down in flames. And having a repeatable technique to relay can make the difference.

According to a recent study by Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) opportunities for actors are expected to grow 11% during the next 10 years.

The question is: will you be in the 11% who are working?

In this class, with one of America’s Leading Acting Coaching, you will learn how to:

1.  De-clutter your acting brain and find the clues in the script.

2. Use the “9 Questions of Intentional Acting” to really connect in the room.

3. Identify where your audition is being derailed and how to get back on track instantly.

During this eye opening, hands-on, and engaging workshop, Award-Winning Director and one of the top Acting Coaches in America, Loren E. Chadima, will provide a simple, practical, and repeatable technique designed to bring out your very best performance even in the toughest auditions.

Seats are limited and this class is free.

But please, no dabblers or looky loos.

This class is for serious actors who want to work.

Click Here to Reserve Your Spot Now!




Hosted by Loren E. Chadima

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Posted by admin, October 14, 2016 10:00 am

Great job Erica for booking a part in a new media video with YouTube star Nicole Arbour!

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Posted by admin, October 13, 2016 1:05 pm

A big congrats to Gianne Almeida for booking a part as a cheerleader on the #1 Japanese show, The Sekai Gyoten News.

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Posted by admin, 12:55 pm

Way to go Luke for booking a short film called Keegan The Alien.  Have fun shooting!

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Posted by admin, September 22, 2016 7:48 pm

Intentional Acting Preview for Kids, Teens and their Parents

On Saturday, October 8th I’m offering a very special, complimentary Intentional Acting Preview for Kids, Teens and their Parents.

Perhaps your kids are now teens and have been away from class and haven’t yet met the first Certified Intentional Acting Teacher, Gillian Bellinger. An improver from Second City, she integrates improv and the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting bringing out the kid’s natural selves in a really fun way.

In this preview, all the kids and teens will work with Gillian and learn some new takes on the 9 Questions.

Perhaps you’ve been a reader of the my acting tips (and now a viewer of my Vlogs!) but you have yet to sample a class.

Maybe you’re a frustrated parent who’s not sure what to do beyond reading lines and chauffeuring them in LA traffic.  As Gillian works her magic, I’ll be working with the parents and answering all their questions.

Or maybe that friend of yours, has a kid or a teen who wants to try a complimentary acting class. (Intentional Acting offers a $50 Referral Fee once they’ve signed up.)

CLICK HERE to Sign up now: Complimentary Preview Class for Kids, Teens and their Parents

Or send this link to your friend today:

Make sure you register today. Space is limited!

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Posted by admin, September 21, 2016 7:47 pm

I am excited to release the first Intentional Acting Between The Scenes Acting Tip video.  My intention is to give you tools to make your next take even better than the first.

Watch Between The Scenes Acting Tip #1

Here you’re going to see that sometimes even I need to take my own advice.  Take a look and let me know what you think!

Know someone who could benefit from this Acting Tip?  Please Share!


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Posted by admin, 7:38 pm

Great Job Indie Nameth on your speaking role in a Xfinity Commercial!!

Watch Indie Here!

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Posted by admin, August 24, 2016 10:56 pm

Actors on shows like New Girl, 2 Broke girls, Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother and Friends seem like they are being silly and are having so much fun that their work as actors is often mistaken for being easy.  In actuality there is a lot of technique to what they are doing. The 3 techniques listed below are the most common mistakes I see when actors are working on sitcom material.

1.  No Dead Air

Comic timing simply defined means pick up your cues and don’t leave any empty spaces or “Dead Air.” Every moment has something happening in it whether it is a line, a sound, or a gesture.

2. Play Frustration, Not Anger

In comedy, even if it looks like anger, usually the character is just frustrated with the other character. Frustration, rather than anger is lighter and allows you to fight fore a greater variety of outcomes from the other character.

3. Make sure that when you say the lines that they are Clean, Crisp and Clear.

A line that ends in a period is one thought. Sitcom dialogue is short and very specific.  To deliver the lines specifically and clearly your thoughts, your understanding and meaning of the lines, have to be specific and clear as well.  When you’re specific in your mind and you enunciate clearly, your performance will feel clean and it will be funnier.

These techniques are difficult to explain in writing so please add a comment that might help a fellow actor.


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Posted by admin, July 31, 2016 11:00 pm

So proud of my client Kazuma Brailsford for 2 things… One, she had her FIRST audition.  And, two, SHE BOOKED IT!  Have fun on set for a new AOL commercial.  Keep it up!

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Posted by admin, July 28, 2016 3:47 pm

Congratulating my client, Dennis Atlas for 2 bookings!  He booked a part in a feature film and in a new media project!  Keep it up!

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Posted by admin, July 19, 2016 2:02 pm

A big congratulations to my client, Alexis Martino, for booking a part in the film, Higher Education!  Have fun shooting in Boise!

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