Conquering Cold Reading - Pilot Season Prep with ANI AVETYAN, Casting Director - AC in LA!
Monday, February 17, 2020, 7:30pm
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Learn to book TV shows during Pilot Season in LOS ANGELES with this special one-night only class taught by Ani Avetyan, LA Casting Director.
Ani has cast actors in major network television dramas, tv shows and feature films.
This class is held at:
Space Station Casting Studios
in "The Actors Studio"
950 N Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038.
Each year, major American broadcast television networks like ABC, CBS, The CW, FOX, NBC, etc. – cast for their new TV shows, also known as "pilots". Train with Ani and focus on cold reading while learning about the busiest season for casting.
Group Q&A with Class Materials/Cold Sides Provided On-The-Spot By The Instructor for Scene Work
Students will learn:
- How TV DRAMA acting is different from Feature Film Drama acting with specific examples.
- How does a TV DRAMA casting director evaluate an actors social media presence? Or do they at all?
- The pace of TV DRAMA acting, what specifically are the rhythms of the dialogue and how to approach it.
- What is the TONE of TV DRAMA acting.
- How to build relationships on a TV DRAMA set while doing your job. Or should you just keep to yourself.
- Plus Ani will answer many specific questions.
Some additional topics covered may also include:
- How is preparing for a PILOT audition different than preparing for a regular audition. Who will be reading with them in the room at this office and what they like to see.
- How to prepare for TAPED auditions.
- Whether they look at eco-cast taped auditions if an actor is unavailable.
- A breakdown of the casting process that this casting director uses.
- How is casting PILOTS different from casting guest roles.
- How can a non-union actor book a pilot? (Yes, actors do regularly)
- Suggestions on how to prepare.
- Don’t have an agent? How actors can still get seen.
- What they like to see in a headshot.
- What do they like to see on a resume.
- How does casting use social media? Youtube, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, etc.
Ani will provide feedback and/or re-directs whenever possible. She will not be taking the headshots, but actors should still bring them so she can provide feedback and comments on both pictures and resumes.
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Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made with 1 weeks advance notice before the program start date for a full Actors Connection credit to be issued as space is limited. Cancellations made less than 1 week before the start date will not be credited. There are no refunds.
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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.