Instructor: Joey Paul Jensen

Joey Paul Jensen is an Award Winning Casting Director. She won the prestigious Artios Award for casting That's So Raven, along with 12 other nominations.

Nov 13

Who’s Who in the Zoo of Show Business

In your acting career you will need the right people working for you: Managers, Agents, Lawyers, Press Agents, Business Managers and Coaches. You need to know the role of each of these players from the beginning. You want the right ones working alongside you as you grow your acting career. This online acting class will …

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Nov 13

Scene Study For Kids and Young Actors

Young actors can learn the basics of scene study by understanding the storyteller’s point of view. You learn to examine the story from beginning, middle and end and apply the skills to make your performance better. These can be applied to an entire script or a short scene. This is a simplified approach so you …

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Nov 13

Principles of Comedy

Comedy has a different structure and it’s important to learn the different elements that make it work. This online acting class takes a look at Timing, Set up, Rhythm, Genres and types of material as well as Comedy duo. Learning these tools will help you increase your knowledge and expand your ability to play comedy …

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Nov 13

Multicam Acting Technique

Auditioning for multi camera, family entertainment television programming requires a special type of prep. These shows are aimed at kids and are larger than life but somehow still feel believable in tone. You need to understand how to prep for broader comedy. This class shows you how to dial down or dial up a performance …

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Nov 13

Mastering General Interviews

Actors learn scene study, cold reading and prepare for auditions. It seems everything an actor does is one ongoing audition. Sometimes casting directors want to meet you before you you come in to read and these are called general meetings. Also, managers and agents want to talk with you as well. First impressions count! This …

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Nov 13

Navigating Pilot/Episodic Season

In order to plan your career effectively, you must understand the production side of cable and networks. The new fall season is long gone and it’s not as straightforward like it used to be. Learn the difference between pilot and episodic season and when they are happening, otherwise it will be tough to prepare for …

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