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Never Audition Again - Prepare to Work, Not Audition

When:

Thu 14 Jul 2016, 7:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Bruce Mason Centre, Cnr Hurstmere Rd & The Promenade, Takapuna, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $55.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: lesleyfifield

A seminar-workshop for the professional actor and the passionate amateur.

By: Ted Brunetti

You will be presented in practical, accessible, simple and clear ways, invaluable information informed from Ted’s 30 years of “hands on” experience acting, casting, directing, producing, coaching and teaching in film, television, theatre and new media.

- Learn most effective approaches-mind set to work and how not to separate working from auditioning!
- How to prepare: Step by Step from the call for the appointment, to the tapings and initial audition, to callbacks, and to performance.
- How & what to focus on: Working Quickly & Efficiently.
- Breaking down the script: What are the best questions to ask? What is most effective use of time and energy?
- Covers Film, television, stage, and new media.
- Question & answer session to follow Power Point.

Appropriate for actors of all levels! From beginner to pro, every actor will take away valuable lessons to move your work to the next level.

Actors from the audience will be given sides and apply the principles & tools that have been presented in the Power Point. The beginning of the Master Class is extremely important.

Please make arrangements to plan your day and be on time. (Allow time to park, sign in, and get settled.)

Bring something to write with and on to take notes.

This Seminar is presented at the major film schools, acting schools, institutions, and organizations throughout the United States & Australia.

Ted Brunetti (Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta): Producer, Director, Acting Coach and Actor) Ted is currently “Frankie Coffee Cake” in A Bronx Tale (co-directed by Robert De Niro, and Jerry Zaks, book by Chazz Palminteri, music by Alan Menken, choreography by Sergio Trujillo, produced by Dodger Productions and Tommy Mattola ). A Bronx Tale the new musical will open on Broadway this December. Ted is Uta Hagen's protégé (nearly 20 years). Invited Guest Member of the renowned The Actors’ Studio. Ted is creator and executive producer of a half hour comedy pilot for Fox Broadcasting Network and has several other projects currently in development.

He is Faculty, Guest Faculty, Coach & Director at the premiere Directing and Acting Programs and Institutions across the U.S. and proud to be an on-going guest artist for Australia’s renowned Dean Carey and the Actors Center Australia (ACA).

Directing & Producing Programs include University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts (Grad. & Undergrad. Film Directors); USC’s Stark Program (Grad. Producers); USC Summer Program for Disney, Universal, and Warner Brothers (Producers, Directors & Writers); The American Film Institute (Directors & Producers); Chapman University (Directors); Occidental College (Directors-Producers); Elon University in L.A. (Dirs, Prods, and Actors), U of CA Santa Barbara (Actors), SAG-AFTRA Conservatories in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and San Diego.

Acting Programs include: The Ted Brunetti Studio (LA and Atlanta,); HB Studio (NYC); The Actors’ Center of Australia in Sydney and Melbourne, AU; The American Academy of Dramatic Arts; The University of North Carolina School of the Arts; Carnegie-Mellon University; Bennington College; South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts; The Brooks Institute: The Pittsburgh Public Theatre; Actors’ Theatre of Atlanta; The prestigious Lovett High School of Atlanta; The Howard Fine Acting Studio (LA & Melbourne, AU) & University of Texas Summer Theatre Conservatory.

Brunetti worked seven years at ABC Primetime Casting in NYC under Alexa Fogel and Bob Huber. Ovation Nominated director of The Boys Next Door. He’s directed plays for "The Company" at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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