We're in the middle of the Summer of 2014, my loyal readers, and the production of stage shows and films this fall is approaching. There's a fantastic Web series class being offered by Lisa Wassel, Co-Artistic Director of the John Pallotta Studio. Students must audition and interview to land a role in a Web series called Dirty Laundry, and they'll get to learn from a different director each week the series shoots.
Some theater companies need casting help, for instance, Prince George's Little Theatre (PGLT) opens its season with Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs in six weeks on Friday, August 29, and needs to fill the role of Blanche, pronto!
Don't let these opportunities pass you by, folks. Read on and take action!
THE MASTER CLASS AT JOHN PALLOTTA STUDIO PRESENTS IT'S NEW WEB SERIES DIRTY LAUNDRY
Professional Coaching Personalized Instruction with John Pallotta
THE WEB SERIES CLASS
By Audition / Interview Only
Just in Time for Pilot Season!
This is a PREMIERE CLASS and not associated with any other class. For consideration email a headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will call to arrange and interview and audition.
With the advent of YouTube and other media platforms, a new frontier has emerged in the entertainment industry. John Pallotta brings his years of wisdom and dedication to teaching and directing to this new outlet of performance. This is the first-ever class of this kind and the first acting school in the country to offer such a class. During the first week of class, actors will be cast in their own respective webisodes; scenes will contain two or three characters. These individual webisodes will result in the first-ever WebSeries to emerge from an acting class.
The first 5 weeks of class, actors will rehearse their webisodes The last month of class, actors will move from the rehearsal process in the theater to the on-set location and shooting process, with each webisode being shot by a professional DP and crew with TV/Film quality equipment.
John and guest directors will be directing each webisode and guiding the students toward truthful and moving work that will result in quality footage, with each student receiving a DVD within weeks after the conclusion of the class.
WHAT THE ACTOR WILL RECEIVE:
Get footage for a Demo Reel just in time and early for PILOT SEASON.
Receive IMDb credit as a cast member in a Season of a Webseries.
Receive exposure on YouTube, Vimeo, and Maxium fully optimozed Videos
Showcase for family and Industry.
Recieve Professional Coaching Personalized Instruction
Onset with Professional equipmment working behind and in front of the camera.
Interview is required, some cases audition. To be considered please contact Lisa at the studio - 877.228.3115
Looking forward to your call.
John Pallotta Studio
ACTRESS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
PGLT opens its season with Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs in six weeks on Friday, August 29. Unfortunately, the actress cast for the role of Blanche is moving and needs to be replaced. The director, Ken Kienas, is looking for an immediate replacement.
Brighton Beach Memoirs is a hilarious, touching narrative seen through eyes of fifteen-year-old Eugene as he negotiates the challenges of the Jewish family life in Brooklyn during the height of the Depression (1937). His Aunt Blanche and her two daughters, 16 and 14, live with the Eugene’s family. Blanche needs to look late 30s to 40s. She is recently widowed, indecisive, and lives with the Jeromes out of necessity. She wants to have a life for herself and her daughters, but she does not know how or where to begin.
Please contact Ken at email@example.com or call 301-464-5399 to discuss coming in on Monday, July 21st for an audition at the New Carrollton Municipal Building at 6016 Princess Garden Parkway, New Carrollton, MD. The audition will be readings from the script with selected cast members.
Our next Blanche will need to be available for rehearsals for approximately three week nights per week and have (or be able to acquire) a Brooklyn accent.
The show runs three weekends from Friday, August 29 (Labor Day weekend) to September 13, and is performed at the Bowie Playhouse.
*** And if you know someone who might be right for this role, please forward this message.
The Production Team of PGLT's Brighton Beach Memoirs
PLAY OPENING - EUGENIO, at Greenbelt Arts Center
July 18, 19, 25 & 26 at 8:00 PM
Sunday Matinees: July 20 & 27 at 2:00 PM
By ANTHONY ERNEST GALLO
Directed by SHIRL AND DAVID WEAVER
Guest production from The Seventh Street Playhouse
Seventy years ago, American forces liberated Rome from Nazi occupation. This fact-based, two-act drama deals with that tragic period in Italy during the Holocaust when fifteen hundred Jews were sent to their deaths at Auschwitz . The drama touches on the role of the Church and the Holocaust, and examines forgiveness amidst three conversions. Rome 's aloof and scholarly Chief Rabbi Israel Zolli loses faith following the apparent slaughter of his Polish family. He receives asylum in the Vatican , where he comes to appreciate Jesus as God suffering for humanity. The Rabbi rediscovers faith and converts to Roman Catholicism. This is seen as a betrayal of his spiritual duty and a defection to the age-old enemy. Was his conversion one of conviction or merely gratitude? What does he demand at his baptism that eventually removes a major symbol of discrimination?
Featuring: Steven Rosenthal, Bruce Smith, Shirl Weaver, James McDaniel, David Weaver, Bunty Ketcham, George Spencer, Beatrix Whitehall, Chris Weaver
Ticket prices: $17 General Admission, $14 Students/Seniors/Military, $12 Child (12 and under with adult)
Greenbelt Arts Center, 123 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD
ONE ACT FESTIVAL at Montgomery Playhouse
Montgomery Playhouse in partnership with the City of Gaithersburg presents the
13th Annual One Act Festival featuring Fun, Fantasy, Drama, Tears, Laughs,
Art, Science and Heroics
JULY 18 THRU JULY 27
Gaithersburg Arts Barn
311 Kent Square Road, Gaithersburg
The festival presents two separate evenings of one acts in rotation.
If you would like to see all the plays offered in the festival, you will need to purchase two separate admissions.
PLEASE NOTE: Because some plays contain adult language and
themes, the festival is not recommended for audiences under
the age of 17.
Program A - July 18, 20, 26
Program B - July 19, 25, 27
8:00 pm -Fridays , Saturdays
2:00 pm Sundays
Tickets: $16 - $14 for City of Gaithersburg residents
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