"I HATE MONOLOGUES" 4-Week Monologue Class with Brian O'Neil, Acting Teacher/Coach/Showbusiness Specialist and Author
Saturday, June 29, 2019, 12:00pm
Are your monologues getting you results? Why are you doing a particular monologue and what result is it intended to produce?
In this 4 week class, you'll be given and intensely coached on TWO new monologues selected especially for you by Brian.
You'll also learn: who will be casting what on stage in New York up to two years in advance; how to target writers and directors directly; PLUS what you need to know about photos, resumes and other tools of the trade. Participants will learn how to approach their careers in a new way-and create quality opportunities for themselves.
Brian also encourages members of the class to bring in monologues that are of interest to see if they might be a good fit.
This class is limited to 10 actors.
Over 2,000 actors have found representation and work after being coached by Brian.
For the first class, please prepare a Contemporary Monologue 2 minutes or less in length-it doesn't need to be memorized. In addition, upload your headshot and create a resume in your online account upon registration.
Please bring a monologue of your choice to the first class. It need not be memorized.
This is a real opportunity to work with a master in a safe, supportive working environment!!
"This was a fantastic class! I'm so happy to have been in Brian's class. I'm ready to audition with my new monologues." -Nancy Walsh
"Passion, articulate and warm." -Amanda Greer
"Brian is terrific!" -Greg Rusin
"Brian is very supportive and encouraging and brings a wealth of knowledge to his work analysis." -Paul Caliendo
"As someone who took a break from performing and just getting back into it, he understands how to pull the best out of you while making you feel totally comfortable." -Carlos Ponton
"Brian is fantastic. He was able to hear us read once and pinpoint monologues that fit all of our personalities and types perfectly. I had not been comfortable with my previous monologues and I'm leaving feeling ready to take on auditions again. This class was a godsend." -Meg Halcovage
"I really enjoyed Brian's monologue class. Not only did I get TWO really good monologues out of this class, but I also learned how to choose the right monologue for particular audition purposes. I would highly recommend it to anyone!" -Porter Pickard
"Brian has the ability to make the right monologue open doors for actors at all levels. While many can be intimidated by the daunting task of fine-tuning a monologue that's right for them, Brian's monologue workshop makes it easy. His one-on-one scene coaching has been vitally important to me, and now I see that his monologue coaching is priceless. I highly recommend it!" -Stephen Gregory, Dr. Kyle Beresford, Law & Order: SVU
"I wanted to say "thank you" again for a wonderful 6 weeks. It was the most useful, informative and practical workshop I've ever taken; I feel much less intimidated by both performing and finding monologues. In addition to being inspired by the monologues you recommended for me, I was intrigued by monologues you gave to other people and have been thinking about past scenes I've done in acting class and realizing that there are monologues I could mine from them. I am also hugely grateful that you included all the discussions about the business side of this profession. I appreciate it because first and foremost it puts me in a greater position of control with regards to my career, and secondly because your information streamlines and prioritizes all the various components of the acting business. I am much clearer about the most efficient places to spend my time and energy and am looking forward to implementing your advice in the months ahead." -Melissa Macleod Herion
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The following disclaimer is provided specifically at the request of and in accordance with SAG/AFTRA: Seminars or classes are for educational purposes only and will not secure or provide opportunity for employment in the field or representation by an agent or casting director.