Busy weekend for film and poetry
How to audition for film and tv + punctuation and poetry
Saturday at 9 AM: Audition for TV, Film and Voiceover
Ellie Abrams joins us this Saturday from 9 AM to 10:30 AM at the Brick Alley studio (421 South Main Street, Stillwater) to share about auditions and self tapes and acting for film, television and voiceover. She's just flown in from Los Angeles, so she'll have lots of interesting things to tell us!
Here's her bio:
Ellie Abrams is a native of Minnesota and spent 13 years in the LA market as a professional working actress and as a Casting Associate. She returned to her hometown last year to offer education and support to the wonderful Talent community in the Twin Cities. Ellie has worked with a variety of entertainment industry offices and on many castings including Barbie, Disney, Cartoon Network, Kidz Bop, Round Table Pizza and Hometown Buffet among others. She is nurturing and educational to both parents and teens. Her style is to explore script work through "play" to find the interesting choices with her students that help them standout and shine in a unique way.
We hope to see you there!
Punctuation and Poetry Workshop with poet James Lenfestey
Student creative writers and artists submit their work to the The Boom Site Literary Magazine three times a year, and editors determine which selections will be published while also offering helpful suggestions. Editors meet once a month to discuss the magazine, determine submissions and share their own work with each other. It's a chance to not only influence literary endeavors in the St. Croix Valley, but also be a part of a supportive creative team. Check us out online at storyark.org/boomsite and email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Peruse the Boom Site at Valley Bookseller!
Two digital issues + new student submissions + special content by James Lenfestey = FABULOUS!
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