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Posted by admin, March 25, 2013 2:32 pm

Congratulations to Ara Anton for booking a role at the Pasadena Playhouse in a Theatre Neo Production.

Posted by admin, March 14, 2013 5:20 pm

Well, actually if you understand German I get cast as a Casting Director.  But my student Kailyn Kaluna gets top billing and thanks to wonderful Casting Director Bonnie Gillespie who came to the Oakwood Apartments to speak to the young actors.

http://www.ardmediathek.de/das-erste/morgenmagazin/moma-reporter-traum-von-hollywood-kinder-castings-in-los?documentId=13514180

Posted by admin, 4:50 pm

Congratulations to Grayson for not just 1 booking one but two!!  Grayson booked a Guest Star on Raising Hope. “Watch for him as the Young Burt” and a Recurring Role as Prince Hugo on Sofia the First.

 

Posted by admin, 4:46 pm

Congratulations to Erica for booking a Depends commercial and going back to Asia on tour with”Le Noir, The Dark Side Of Cirque.”

Posted by admin, 4:33 pm

When you walk out of the room and you’re still in the glow of the audition, don’t leave, sit back down in the waiting room.  As my friend Brian from Performer Track says, “You might just freak out the other actors, but that’s not the point.” The point is to remember what happened in the room and write it down. In a notebook, or check out Performer Track, but you must write it down, it cannot be logged in your head.

What do you write?

1. Who were all the people in the room? (Don’t know? Kindly ask the assistant.)

2. What were the adjustments they gave you?

3. What did they say and anything else remarkable you can remember about the experience.

4. Pull out your 9 Questions of Intentional Acting. Answer  them according to what you did in the audition room.

Now you’re ready for your callback -  you know exactly what you did and how to do it again, and yes – wear the same thing, unless they tell you otherwise. Notice I say WHEN you get the callback, not IF

Next – sit and breathe. Notice your breath and just breathe.  If you forgot something write it down.

Leave and go to the car, but don’t drive away just yet. Breathe again, and again. And no matter how the audition went, good or bad, say an affirmation that makes you feel good i.e.“I am an awesome person. I am an awesome actor. I did what I did and it was more than enough.” Say this as many times as you need to feel complete. (Perhaps set your phone timer and repeat the affirmation for two minutes.)

Now you’re ready to drive away. Move onto your next action of the day and get on with your life. And that’s when the phone will ring, with a callback – after you’ve done your work and let it all go.

Share the what you do after a callback.  Let this be a forum to help each other.

Posted by admin, January 29, 2013 1:43 pm

March 30th

Posted by admin, January 24, 2013 3:46 pm

WHEN: Tuesdays 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

WHERE:  North Hollywood, CA

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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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