Lori Wyman is repeatedly asked to teach local actors the ins and outs of auditioning for film and television. It started while she was casting the television series “Miami Vice” and continues today. This very popular course has grown from her vast knowledge and these continuing requests.
The 2 day on-camera weekend intensive began in 1988 and is now taught all over the country. The classes are kept small to ensure lots of camera time per person. The participants receive individual critiques, as well as the ability to watch what their fellow classmates. This interactive observation is priceless! Everyone discovers what works and what doesn’t for an audition.
How does it work? Everyone is given “sides” to work on, as well as, several cold readings during actual class time. You are filmed as you deliver the side.
Time and time again, participants call after taking this class to tell us that they have used the techniques taught in the class. They are steadily booking those roles that previously were elusive.
Lori also sprinkles in lots of motivational anecdotes and stories. She continually keeps the actors in a positive frame of mind. She has discovered that this positive approach helps when they go out into the auditioning arena, because now they have only amazing thoughts and confidence of being able to conquer the world.
If you want to feel this same way about your auditions, this is the course for you.
This workshop is for almost any one interested in acting. It has been proven very beneficial to stage actors who want to learn the nuances that will help them cross over into film and television. It is also for actors who have been working for years and need that extra spark that has a tendency to dwindle in time.
This workshop is held at our studio in North Miami Beach, Florida.