Workshops

MASTERING THE AUDITION WORKSHOP

“Mastering the Audition Process”

REGINA MOORE OF MOORE CASTING

TIME: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Price: $145 (Register below)

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE DATE: Saturday, February 21st, 2015 (Hosted by Alan Dysert)

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA DATE: TBA

Two workshops available one for kids and one for adults

“You’ll learn advanced audition techniques, scene work, improvisation, while learning what Casting Directors and Talent Agents really have to say.”

“It can be difficult to relax when the actor walks through the casting door,” says Moore. “This workshop helps each actor shed their fears and get comfortable as the casting room process is revealed.” Come see it from the Casting Director’s perspective. Regina offers her knowledge in a nurturing and positive manner creating a comfort zone for actors to excel. Regina relates to the actor regardless of whether they are a beginner or a professional. As an instructor, she is known for her ability to recognize potential and encouraging the growing actor with her straight forward, no nonsense approach.

Regina Moore has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. First an actress, Regina is now a casting director in the areas of film, television, commercials, print, music videos, and live performances. She is, without a doubt, the busiest casting director in this region. She casts feature films, TV pilots, commercials, music videos and all other areas of on-camera performance. This is a rare opportunity to be one of a small group to study and audition for this very in-demand talent specialist in an intimate and informal atmosphere.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

  • Advanced audition techniques
  • Scene work
  • Improvisation
  • How casting directors and talent agents communicate
  • Important relationships for performers
  • Learning who you are professionally
  • Promotional materials and marketing yourself
  • First impressions
  • Evaluation

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Scene Study with Regina Moore/Moore Casting, LLC

TIME: 10:00am – 4:00pm

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

Price: $145 (Register below)

DATE: Saturday, January 17th, 2015 (Hosted by Alan Dysert)

Many actors want the opportunity to ask questions and spend time

with casting professionals so they can get an idea of what is expected.

Breaking down the audition process by focusing on the scene is vital.

This workshop is about working scripts, knowing what questions to ask, helping the actor find out who they are and about being able to understand their character.

We will be spending time working Film and Television scripts while including the element of improv allowing the actor exploration beyond the words on the page.

The purpose of the workshop is to build confidence in making choices and realizing that will come with stepping away from what feels safe and relying on one’s individual unique strengths.

Spend the day with Regina Moore identifying what makes you unique as an actor.

If you are interested in the Chattanooga Scene Study Workshop register on line and specify in the registration form the workshop location and date.

You can use PayPal to make payment. Contact office if other arrangements need to be made.

Please fill out the form below to sign up or PLEASE CALL TO REGISTER (615) 831-0039

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KEVIN SIZEMORE’S ACTING WORKSHOP www.imdb.me/kevinsizemore

“LOVED him! He was great, funny, interactive and very informative about the business and how to strengthen your performance…” – Tori

“I really enjoyed the class. I was very comfortable with Kevin and his …teaching style. Now I feel that acting is something I would like to pursue.” – Brittany

“I’ve had the opportunity to know Kevin Sizemore when he first began his very successful acting career.

Starting with his first TV Commercial I cast him in, where he received his SAG card to the most recent film he shot in Nashville, TN, “Last Best Summer Ever”. Kevin is a successful Actor living in Los Angeles and due to his high demand, he is now shooting a film in Alabama. He has offered to make himself available to travel to Nashville and teach the below Workshops.

This is an Actor that is in the mix of what is happening currently in the industry and I feel he offers a fresh perspective.”

Regina Moore Casting Director Moore Casting

Date: TBA Young Performers Workshop 10 AM to 2 PM Ages 8 to 13 years old Cost: $125.00

***NOTE: 14 and 15 year olds will be placed in the appropriate workshop (Young Performers or the Adult Workshop), determined by training and experience.

Adult Workshop 3 PM to 7 PM Ages 16 years old and Up Cost: $125.00

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Kevin Sizemore is known as Gary Humphrey on the ABC hit Resurrection and Paul Randolph on the CBS hit Under The Dome. He recently just wrapped the local film Last Best Summer Ever here in Nashville.  His notable appearances are Stalker, Rizzoli & Isles, 24, & Red Line. Airing this Thanksgiving through the month of Dec on UPtv is his film A Christmas Tree Miracle and his latest film Woodlawn is currently in production now and filming in Alabama. In 2011 Kevin was awarded Best Actor for his role in the film Useless & in 2013 he won Best Supporting Actor for the film Heartfall at the 168 Film Festival.  His son Gunnar Sizemore is currently recurring on the ABC series Nashville.  For more info on Kevin, visit www.imdb.me/kevinsizemore

 Seminar includes: 

Scene Study & Cold Reads

Agents vs. Managers

Headshot / Resume 101

Auditioning for the Camera

How to begin & tag auditions

How to know what roles fit you

Should I move to New York or Los Angeles

 

Limited Space / Advanced Reservations Only

Contact:   Regina Moore / 615.831.0039

E-mail: [email protected]

 Payment in Advance by Debit/Credit or Cash

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WORKSHOP FOR THE SERIOUS & PROFESSIONAL YOUNG ACTOR

DATE: TBA

FOR: Ages 13 to 25

TIME: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

COST: $175.00

(Those not this age that feel they fit student criteria may submit a request to attend the workshop. Send headshot and resume to[email protected] with “Professional Young Actor” in the title of your email.)

Student Criteria: All students attending this workshop must consider themselves a “serious and professional” actor. This means you are very interested in doing some form of acting as a profession or as a major in college. (Forms of acting include TV, Film, Commercial, Theatre, Musical Theatre.) This workshop is ideal for the actor who is interested in exploring more than one acting market.

Workshop info: This workshop is for the actor who wants to take their game to another level. Whether that be getting listed with an agent in a different state, picking some form of acting as a major in college, moving to a bigger market, or turning a hobby into a career, this class is for the “go-getter”. We will work on scene study and several techniques to dissect a scene. Everyone will be given a monologue to perform and will be critiqued. We will discuss set etiquette as well as audition technique and prep. And of course, acting business which includes everything from the right headshot for the right job to acting unions to networking. Lunch is from 12pm-1pm. You may leave and come back or bring your lunch. Please bring a headshot and resume to the workshop.

TEACHER CALI ELIZABETH MOORE

1507119_10101541251881055_1154967812_nCali Elizabeth Moore is a professional actress in New York City. She has appeared in a number of films and television shows including “30 Rock”, “Ugly Betty”, and “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps”. Recently, Cali starred in the Off Broadway musical “The Bardy Bunch” returning to the New York stage this fall. Cali is a full services actress pursuing Film, TV, Theatre, Musical Theatre, and Commercial work. She has been acting since she was a child and has worked in every major market. She is providing this class to impart information to the young actors with a significant interest in acting.

If you are interested fill out the registration form below and submit.

What are parents saying?

Cali,

Thank you for providing the excellent training for young actors today. I was a corporate trainer for ten years in Dallas, and I can say that you provided an effective, fine-tuned session for your class. You have a gift for coaching and teaching! Your critiques of each performance were productive and accurate. I heard one girl give her monologue four times, and through your coaching her delivery was better and better each time until she really gave it the emotion it needed. I’m so glad you taught them how to “be” the character instead of “acting” the character.

This was exactly what Trent needed at this point in his career. Thanks again. If you have any suggestions or comments for me as we find his direction and seek out auditions for him, I’d love to hear them!

By the way, Trent loved the monologue book and especially the one about the dance and the boy’s shirt getting stuck in the a/c unit!

All the best,

Barb Jones

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Mastering the Musical Theatre Audition Process

Time: 6pm – 9pm

Price: $90

Date: TBA

Workshop Info: This workshop is designed specifically for the Musical Theatre actor! We will cover musical theatre audition technique, knowing your type, how to prepare sides and songs, and telling a story through song. You will be asked to prepare two contrasting songs of your choice that will be critiqued in class. (Accompanist provided.) You will be assigned sides from a musical before class that will be critiqued. Each actor will also be given song suggestions based on their type and voice to use in an audition setting. This class is for all ages and levels of musical theatre performers who are interested in perfecting their musical theatre auditioning skills. Please bring a your sheet music and headshot/resume.

TEACHER CALI ELIZABETH MOORE

1507119_10101541251881055_1154967812_nCali Elizabeth Moore is a professional actress in New York City. She has appeared in a number of films and television shows including “30 Rock”, “Ugly Betty”, and “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps”. Recently, Cali starred in the Off Broadway musical “The Bardy Bunch” returning to the New York stage this fall. Cali is a full services actress pursuing Film, TV, Theatre, Musical Theatre, and Commercial work. She has been acting since she was a child and has worked in every major market. She is providing this class to impart information to the young actors with a significant interest in acting.

If you are interested fill out the registration form below and submit.

***** We will be keeping the class size small so each actor has a sufficient amount of time to work on their respective pieces, so please sign up ASAP if you are interested.

 

 

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IMPROV for ACTORS: Focusing on Auditions and Performance

One-on-one with a Casting Director

LOCATION: Moore Casting (Driving Directions on Web Site)

DATE: Saturday, March 28th, 2015

TIME: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (now extended to 3pm)

COST: $125.00

Improv is not always about being funny. Its actually about thinking quickly on your feet and being able to react to any situation you may be placed in at an audition or performance.

Regina Moore and Barry McAlister have designed a workshop around improv skills that will, 1) give you simple but powerful tools to use, and 2) allow you to experience an audition through the eyes of the casting director.

Fun and eye opening sessions using improv games and exercises are used to explore basic elements that will put you miles ahead of the competition. Then commercials and scripts will be used to literally place the actor in the audition room, connecting with the casting director one on one.

It can be difficult to relax when the actor walks through the casting door, and this workshop helps each actor shed their fears and get comfortable as the casting room process is revealed. The basic fear is not knowing what to expect in an audition, and that can make it difficult to focus. Come see it from the Casting Directors perspective.

This workshop gives the actor useful, dynamic tools to work with, then provides one on one direction- all in a fun atmosphere that allows them to relax and learn.

The class is taught by improv performer and actor Barry McAlister. He has long been an on-camera actor and entertainer in the region. He is currently with the acclaimed troupe Improv Nashville, and has trained at the Second City in Chicago in improv and sketch comedy. He was also a Wolf Trap Teaching Artist in Metro Nashville Schools. Roles he’s created include “the dead guy” in country artist Joe Diffie’s “Prop Me Up Beside the Juke Box”, and the ice skating $100 bill for First Tennessean and the Predators. He also had the regions longest running children’s stage show “Juniper Junction”.

Casting Director, Regina Moore has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. Regina, first an actress, works currently as a casting director in the areas of Film, Television, Commercials, print, music videos and live performance. As an instructor, she relates to actors through casting and teaching. She is known for her ability to recognize potential and encouraging the growing actor with her straight forward, no nonsense approach. Her workshops deal with the audition process and she relates to the actor regardless of wither they are a beginner or a pro. She is accomplished in the field of casting, developing projects for production companies, and network television as a consultant in relationship to T.V. Hosts, actors, live performers, and audience related programming.

Hello, Regina!

The “improv” side of the class is the hook that got me interested in attending. The teaching presents a great beginning in an area I have heard about and seen but never actually tried out. It reminds me of stuff we did in college which I have, unfortunately, lost touch with. Taking your class tells me I must pursue that avenue further.

The “meet the casting director” side of the class is a very helpful bonus because it allows me to see behind the casting camera, presenting insights into how you do what you do, some whys, and some of how these things reflect what your clients are looking for. De-mystifying that experience promises me more peace of mind next time.

I was delighted with it all. Thanks for your efforts on my behalf.

Jordan

This is a workshop you must attend if your ready to move to the next level.

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THE YOUNG ACTOR’S “AUDITION REFRESHER” WORKSHOP

DATE: TBA

FOR: Ages 7 to 17

TIME: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

COST: $125.00

I have been receiving calls from talent agents and parents who want something for their young performers focusing on auditioning.

I have found that young performers like the script / scene study as well as time spend doing improvisation. Both of those areas prepare the young actor for auditions for television, film and theater.

The most important thing we can do to help our young performers relax is to make the audition process a comfortable transition from the casting waiting room to the audition itself.

The more they can study with a script in their hand the better and improv is the foundation that true actors build their careers on. “Ninety percent of auditions, in some form or fashion, include the art of improv.”

I will be offering this one day workshop on selective Saturdays and it will begin at 10:00 AM and will continue until lunch at 12 noon. Each child should bring their lunch. We will pick up at 1:00 PM and study until 4:00 PM.

Instructors will include:

  • Regina Moore
  • Barry McAlister

An audition workshop is preparation and helps develop the edge to getting that job. When preparation meets opportunity it is only a matter of time for the right part to come along.

Register below to sign up for this workshop.

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USING IMPROV TO DO YOUR BEST WORK (FOR THE YOUNG ACTOR)

“Get More Roles Using Improv Skills

LOCATION: Moore Casting (Driving Directions on Web Site)

DATES: TBA

TIME: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

COST: $125.00

Producers, directors and casting agents constantly call on young actors to perform scripted pieces on the spot, or even make up material. It’s the actor who is prepared to give them what they want that will get the role! In this class you’ll learn to think quickly on your feet, learn to keep moving after mistakes (yours or those of others), do even better at auditions, and make the best of unexpected situations. It all comes from a good dose of improv! Its more than just a comedic art for, it’s a way to survive and get ahead as a young actor!

The class is a fun, hands-on experience that uses games and exercises to bring home simple fundamentals you won’t soon forget! Students will explore some basic fundamentals of how to approach a role and give you simple tools to use that will give you the confidence you need AND put you miles ahead of the competition! It’s all based on simple concepts that most actors know to use, but they don’t always remember how to best apply them.

Ninety percent of auditions, in some form or fashion, include the art of improv! Students often uncover skills they didn’t even know they had! Look at acting in a whole new way, and have fun learning how to give directors, producers, and employers just what they’re looking for- quickly, smoothly, and with ease!

The class is taught by improv performer and actor Barry McAlister. He has long been an on-camera actor and entertainer in the region. He is currently with the acclaimed troupe Improv Nashville, and has trained at the Second City in Chicago in improv and sketch comedy. He was also a Wolf Trap Teaching Artist in Metro Nashville Schools. Roles he’s created include “the dead guy” in country artist Joe Diffie’s “Prop Me Up Beside the Juke Box”, and the ice skating $100 bill for First Tennessean and the Predators. He also had the regions longest running children’s stage show “Juniper Junction”. Barry’s also a father of three- one professional dancer in NYC, one singer-dancer aspiring to cruise line work, and a young film-maker in the works.

Don’t miss your chance to Get Ahead through Improv for the Young Actor.

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FOCUSING ON SCRIPT

(as requested by talent and talent agents)

Regina Moore will do a Thursday night session for 6 weeks to focus on scripts and character development.

LOCATION: Moore Casting (Driving Directions on Web Site)

DATES: TBA

TIME: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

COST: $195.00 total

“You’ll learn script techniques, character development, and what Casting Directors look for in your approach to a character.”

“It can be difficult to relax when the actor walks through the casting door,” says Moore. “This workshop helps each actor shed their fears and get comfortable with script-in-hand while in the casting room.” Come see it from the Casting Director’s perspective. Regina offers her knowledge in a nurturing and positive manner creating a comfort zone for actors to excel. Regina relates to the actor regardless of whether they are a beginner or a professional. As an instructor, she is known for her ability to recognize potential and encouraging the growing actor with her straight forward, no nonsense approach.

Regina Moore has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. First an actress, Regina is now a casting director in the areas of film, television, commercials, print, music videos, and live performances. She is, without a doubt, the busiest casting director in this region. She casts feature films, TV pilots, commercials, music videos and all other areas of on-camera performance. This is a rare opportunity to be one of a small group to study and audition for this very in-demand talent specialist in an intimate and informal atmosphere.

Topics will include:

  • Script techniques
  • Scene work
  • Improvisation
  • Relating to the script
  • Working on listening and reacting
  • Learn how to approach the script professionally
  • Communicating without speaking
  • Becoming the character

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CHILDREN 4 TO 6 DATE: TBA

TIME: 10:00 AM to 11:30AM

COST: $75.00

We will offer a Workshop for Children 4 to 6 years old for 1 1/2 hours @ $75.00 (1 1/2 hours, due to their attention span and ability to read).

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YOUNG PERFORMERS SUMMER “ACTING” CAMP

Developed For The Serious Actor

DATES:

June 22nd – 26th, 2015

July 6th – 10th, 2015

July 20th – 24th, 2015

TIME:

Monday thru Friday 9AM to 5PM

PRICE:

1 Week Session: $395.00

Discount for siblings please inquire if interested.

Discount for past students please inquire if interested.

CAMP FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN

4 to 6 year old camp – first part of the day w/ July camp kids – 1/2 Day

DATE: TBA (Monday thru Friday, 9AM to 12 Noon)

PRICE: $325.00

This fun, but intense, acting camp will be conducted 3 weeks during the summer. This is the same curriculum, but offered during three separate weeks for your convenience. Each 1-week session is $395.00 for older kids, 7 and up. One session offer for 4 to 6 kids in July 7th – 11th, 2014  details above.

At the request of talent agencies, casting director Regina Moore has developed a remarkable week of training in the areas children will be asked to perform as a professional actor.

“I decided to focus on what work is available to children in this market. I then put together a week dedicated to training the children in commercials, monologues / theater, film / television, script-critique, auditioning, improvisational acting, voice-over technique, and more… ” Young Performers Summer “Acting” Camps was developed for the serious actor between 7 to 17 years of age. “As a Casting Director, I see children with enormous amounts of potential, yet there’s little training available that’s focused enough to discover and develop it”.

IF INTERESTED, PLEASE REPLY WITH THIS INFORMATION: SPECIFY ON CHECK, WHICH MONTH(S) YOU WILL BE PAYING FOR.

Send check to:

Moore Casting

417 Welshwood Drive Suite 109

Nashville Tennessee 37211

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