Los Angeles & New York Upcoming Dates: Casting Director Risa Bramon Garcia’s Advanced Master Class

risa-bramon-garciaWhy aren’t you nailing every audition?
Why are you doing your best work in the shower or in your car?
How can you walk into the room and make it yours?
How can you come out of every audition feeling elated?
How can you own your audition?
Your preparation? Your performance?
In the room, on set, on stage?

Come join me for –  The Master Class
A full day devoted entirely to you, the actor.
It’s an intensive full day on camera workshop that will change the way you audition, the way you work, and the way you think about yourself as an actor.

Jun 3rd – Master Class LA – North Hollywood

June 9th – Advanced New York Master Class – New York, New York
June 10th – New York Master Class – New York, New York

We’ll work on how to:

  • Prepare more effectively
  • Know your audience
  • De-mystify the room and make it a comfortable place to work
  • Craft an undeniable piece of work
  • Make your strongest, clearest choices with ease and impact
  • Find your authentic voice
  • Work out, stretch, take some risks
  • Re-kindle and re-vitalize your passion for acting
  • Be ready for anything…

And make your every chance to act count!

My work is to help you expand your craft, your practice, your understanding and your approach to the process of auditioning… How it’s different and exactly the same as all other acting… So that you have the tools you need to be truthful to yourself and to the moment before you. Our work together will build your skill set and your confidence, support your talent, and renew your love for what you do.

It’ll be just what you need to get yourself recharged, reconnected and restored as an actor. And do your best work imaginable.

Like to know more about it?  Take a look at “WHAT IS THE MASTER CLASS?”

To join a Master Class, click on this link to the Calendar.  Choose your Master Class and follow the simple instructions to sign up.

Direct any questions to: Risa@risabg.com or 818-986-9777

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