Watch Parker Posey teach you how to accept an Emmy

parker-posey-just-act-naturallyLegendary acting coach JA,N – Just Act, Naturally – (Parker Posey) teaches a master class dedicated to the most important performance of an actor’s career: the Emmy Awards acceptance speech.

In JA,N’s latest blog post, which you can read here – – she tells us that her sought-after class is back by popular demand. All for the small price of $899!

My acting master class is dedicated to the most important performance of an actor’s career: the Emmy Awards acceptance speech.

My much sought-after class is back by popular demand!

Meets twice weekly for four weeks. Cost: $899.00. Begins October 5th. Cash only, no personal checks. 

To register, email and tell me why you want to be in the class. Admission is based on strength of essay and knowledge of my work.

You can’t have EMMY without EM-ME!

Check out the video below!  

The unfortunate thing is that there are B.S. classes like this all over LA and gullible actors will actually take this crap.

Starring: Parker Posey, George Basil, Patrick Carlyle, Paul W. Downs, Kimber Hall, Pam Murphy, Allyn Rachel, Connie Shin, Paul Welsh

Written & Directed by: Paulilu (Paul W Downs & Lucia Aniello)

Watch the Emmy Awards LIVE Sunday September 23rd 7e|4p

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