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Posted by admin, February 10, 2013 5:07 pm

Congratulations Bex for booking the part of “Bullet” a Series Regular on AMC’s The Killing!

We’ll miss having you in class but we are SO PROUD OF YOU!!

 

 

Posted by admin, February 8, 2013 11:02 pm

Congratulations to Adam Christopher who booked an Indie Feature…

Posted by admin, 11:00 pm

Congratulations to Caroline Muñoz Kuntz for booking AFI film “La Triguena”…

Posted by admin, 10:55 pm

Alyssa in an interview on CBS talking about Yoda and her commercial.

Alyssa on CBS

 

 

Posted by admin, January 28, 2013 2:39 pm

Saturday February 23rd 2013

11:30 am -1:00 pm

Industry day if for young actors ages 8 to Legal 18.  Three  industry members, Casting Directors, Agents and Managers, are invited to attend a class in which the kids perform a scene and a commercial or monologue. Past Industry members include Bobby Ball agency, CESD, Abrams Artists, Buchwald Talent Agency,  Stein Management, Ronna Kress Casting, Krisha Bullock, Stuart Stone Casting, among others.

The intention of the day is for the kids to practice auditioning and speaking with Industry professionals.  The goals are that they learn how they can improve their audition skills and to practice talking with industry members.  Industry Members are asked to give direct feedback and suggestions on what they need to do to go to the next level.

Any class in which an Industry Professional such as, Casting Director, Manager, Agent, Producer, Director, has been invited for educational purposes only and by no means is it an audition for work. This is not a job interview. The presence of industry members is neither a guarantee nor a promise of employment. The intent of the class is solely educational.   Industry members will not take home any headshot and resume, nor any promotional materials.

Posted by admin, January 24, 2013 3:52 pm

SUNDAY February 24th, 2013 12-2pm

An Afternoon With The Coaches

A panel seminar at Oakwood

Terrance Hines     Patrick Malone       Patrick Day     Bruce Ducat

Lori Lively      Tracy Martin       Loren E. Chadima       David Gray

Moderated by AFI Writer and Director Chris Babers, winner of the New York and New Jersey film festivals for his film “Keyes”.

Question and answer Topics will include:

  • comedy has changed over the last ten years –coaching for  Modern Family is totally different from an episode of  Shake It Up.
  • get connected emotionally and the use of imagination versus personal experience as a tool
  • the difference in pace from a comedy to a drama
  • dressing for the role
  • the importance of improvisation in your training and coaching
  • how to handle being taped
  • the importance of making strong choices
  • the important of listening, and being authentic
  • proper emotional preparation
  • the use of images, animals and insects
  • connecting to the piece
  • how to develop a rich inner life
  • the realization that acting is a calling and as a result you need to be braver than you have ever been in your life every time you audition.

 

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WHEN: Tuesdays 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

WHERE:  North Hollywood, CA

INTERVIEW REQUIRED

Call Today to request an Interview: 818-985-8504.

Led by Award-Winning Director and one of the top Acting Coaches in America, Loren E. Chadima, Intentional Acting not only teaches the art of acting thorough script analysis, but also utilizes the nine (9) Intentional Acting questions and improvisation techniques to bring out your child’s best in their Cold Readings, Auditions and Scene Study. Call Today for more Information 818-985-8504.

Intentional Acting is designed to empower young actors with the tools to create compelling, natural “Zone” performances. The tools, principles and methodologies taught through Intentional Acting will help the your young actor to be confident, creative, present and passionate which results in higher success rates to secure the job and fulfills their dreams.

 

Posted by admin, 3:34 pm

WHEN: Saturdays 11:00 am – 1:30 pm

WHERE:  North Hollywood, CA

INTERVIEW REQUIRED

Call Today to request an Interview: 818-985-8504.

Led by Award-Winning Director and one of the top Acting Coaches in America, Loren E. Chadima, Intentional Acting not only teaches the art of acting thorough script analysis, but also utilizes the nine (9) Intentional Acting questions and improvisation techniques to bring out your child’s best in their Cold Readings, Auditions and Scene Study. Call Today for more Information 818-985-8504.

Intentional Acting is designed to empower young actors with the tools to create compelling, natural “Zone” performances. The tools, principles and methodologies taught throughIntentional Acting will help the your young actor to be confident, creative, present and passionate which results in higher success rates to secure the job and fulfills their dreams.

 

Posted by admin, 3:13 pm

WHEN: Tuesdays 7:00 – 10:30 pm

WHERE:  North Hollywood, CA

INTERVIEW REQUIRED

Call Today to request an Interview: 818-985-8504.

Led by Award-Winning Director and one of the top Acting Coaches in America, Loren E. Chadima, Intentional Acting not only teaches the art of acting thorough script analysis, but also utilizes the nine (9) Intentional Acting questions to bring out your best in your Cold Readings, Auditions and Scene Study. Call Today for more information: 818-985-8504

Intentional Acting is designed to empower actors with the tools to create compelling, natural “Zone” performances. The tools, principles and methodologies taught throughIntentional Acting will help the actor to be confident, creative, present and passionate which results in higher success rates for the actor to secure the job and fulfills their dreams.

What do you learn at Loren E. Chadima’s Intentional Acting?

To consistently bring out your best when it matters most. Intentional Acting classes teach a repeatable technique that will get you in the “Zone” when you’re not; keep you in the “Zone,” so you don’t lose it; and help you recreate that “Zone” performance when it matters most.

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