CAST Commercial Training
CAST Commercial Training is an intensive on-camera course designed to equip you for the real world of commercial acting. In every class, you'll learn new skills, practice those skills on camera, and receive individual feedback from me. (I have over 30 years of experience as a professional actress and teacher.)
Since Florida is the third-largest commercial industry in the United States, it's beneficial for actors to take a course that deals specifically with commercial auditioning and the commercial market. We always have a mix of students: some just getting started, some with stage background who want camera-specific techniques and others who are already auditioning and want to learn new skills to increase their bookings. Hundreds of students have found what they need in the CAST course!
Overcoming audition stress and gaining confidence
Discovering your "type"
Ensuring a great first impression
Taking control of your audition
Scripted and Improv auditions
Making "castable" choices
Course also includes the Acting Business Workshop Video series - learn about headshots, resumes, agents, casting directors, acting unions, set etiquette, etc.
NEXT CAST SESSION STARTS: Sunday, November 6th, 2 - 5 pm
Meets: 7 weeks in the studio, PLUS 3-Hours of ACTING BUSINESS WORKSHOP Videos
Location: 3417 Lake Breeze Drive, Orlando, FL 32808
Class Size: 12 Students Max
Two Payment Options:
Option 1: Pay a $100 non-refundable deposit now to save your spot. The remaining tuition will be due on or before the second class.
Option 2: Pay full tuition $385
And yes, that's me in the Sunsetter Awning commercial.... It ran for over 14 years and made me tens of thousands of dollars! It's been talked about on Late Night, tweeted about by Drew Carey, found its way into a Dry Bar comedy routine, morphed into Mario Bros. and a music video on YouTube, and became a meme on TikTok!
You never know in this biz...
I can currently be seen in an Advent Health commercial as a tennis player.
CAST Studio Refund Policy - Tuition is non-refundable, however, students are encouraged to make up missed classes in the next session of the same course.