We’re excited and honored to be taking part in this Masterclass from Flashback Theater focusing on the audition process.
This 2 day intensive will guide artists through crafting their resume, acquiring a quality headshot, preparing yourself for the audition, what to expect in the process, and several other phases of auditioning.
Our piece to this puzzle is of course the headshot. It’s my goal to help these up and coming artists best understand what to look for in their headshots, how to come across best on camera, finding a quality photographer to work with, and of course what to expect to pay for these services.
On top of that I’m excited to say that we’ll be doing mini-headshot sessions with each of the participants. That means each will walk away with at least 1 finished headshot, maybe more if time permits.
There are very limited openings for this 2 day course. If you are interested, please register as soon as possible.
A Resume and Headshot Intensive
June 9 & June 10, 2017
107 N. Main St. Somerset, Kentucky
Remaining Seats: 6
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – Resume & Headshot Basics What are directors looking for? How should you dress for a headshot? What information belongs on a performance resume? This joint session with Sommer and Wes will address all the questions you have about getting started with your resume and headshot.
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Headshot Mini-sessions and Resume Workshop Students will observe as photographer Wes Brown works with selected participants to capture their personality on camera for a professional headshot. Student resumes will be reviewed by director Sommer Schoch, and participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet to work on their resume during this time as well.
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Lunch Forum During lunch, we will discuss the process of promoting yourself to get performing work. Included in the discussion will be how and when to look for an agent, how to find casting calls, and the pros and cons of joining a union.
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. – Presenting Yourself Professionally at the Audition You have the headshot and resume – next is the audition! Learn how to present yourself going into and leaving the audition room by observing selected students in a mock audition with real time feedback from a stage director.