Posted: 02/24/2013 - WHAT: Actress Lee Garlington will offer a four-hour workshop on how to get started—and keep going—as an actor in Hollywood. The workshop is presented by Sierra School of Performing Arts in conjunction with the E. L. Wiegand Performing Arts Collaborative and Bishop Manogue Catholic High School. The workshop is a “know before you go” opportunity for those planning to major in theater, audition for colleges, agents, or plays, or move to New York or Los Angeles. Anyone considering a show business career can gain valuable knowledge from Garlington, who conducts regular workshops for the SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles Conservatory, has appeared in more than 60 films, and been a regular on six TV series. The workshop’s first hour will be an informative and entertaining presentation on the fundamentals of how to succeed in show business. The remainder of the workshop will be open to what the audience wants: an audition workshop with coaching and feedback; question and answer; monologue or scene work. If you have a monologue prepared, Garlington will be able to work with a few one on one. Cost is $40, or $25 for students with ID. Catholic school student with ID are free Space is limited. To reserve a spot call 530-400-4472. For questions or more information, contact Janet Lazarus at firstname.lastname@example.org Made possible by a generous grant from the E. L. Wiegand Foundation WHEN: Saturday, March 2, 11 am to 2 pm (Please arrive no later than 10:45.) WHERE Church Fine Arts Building, Room 19, University of Nevada Reno
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