Time Management for Actors
May 21st and 28th
7-10 pm EST
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Two Day TV Script Analysis Workshop w/ Katie Flahive
Saturday & Sunday
June 4 & 5
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This class will be a 2 day intensive that helps the actor develop the understanding of how to break down acts/character/plot points/tone/tempo in a network and streaming platform pilot.
Day 1: Elements will include: the table read, the breakdowns from casting
Day 2: Implementation of script analysis with a mock audition. Actors will choose from the script/breakdowns which role they want to read for- adjustments for camera/audition will be given and feedback with the room will be offered.
Katie Flahive TV Class - MONDAYS or WEDNESDAYS
June 13, 20, 27, July 11 (skipping 4th of July)
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7-10 PM EST
June 15, 22, 29, July 6
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In this class, we will look at how to break down scripts for episodic, streaming platforms, pilots, and network hour and half-hour drama/comedy.
Sides will be sent to each person, specifically addressing type and where they are in the industry.
Audition style setting will be the main focus in the class (students will be working with materials each week under the timeline and expectations of what they would be in the real-world scenario of the audition).
Katie Flahive is Ted Sluberski’s right-hand woman and is an accomplished actor and singer working in theatre, film, TV, animation, audiobooks, and commercials.
Katie is also a company member of The Actors Center in NYC. She recurs on the Hulu Series The Looming Towering and the seventh season of Venture Brothers on Adult Swim.
Her other recurring and guest role appearances include Law and Order: SVU, Chicago PD, Glow, The Affair, Nurse Jackie, Feed the Beast, and Blue Bloods. She has worked as an on-set coach in both LA and NYC.
Katie is THE person to train with if you’re looking to break into film and TV or if you’re looking to deepen your on-camera performance.
Why acting training is so important
How to get the job!
The difference between the audition, the callback, and the job.
How you behave in the world is how you’re going to be as an actor.
Your job is to be available, flexible, and willing to play.
Maturity is knowing what you can actually get done in a day.
Take your emotions out of your to-do list.
How bad do I want it?
How to change limiting beliefs to thoughts that work for you.
The need for a communal approach.