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The Green Room On Camera Training Program
Advanced TV/Film Scene Study
In the past few sessions, we have been fortunate to have had Jenn Noyes - Casting Associate at Karge Ross Casting, AJ Links - Casting Associate at PR Casting, Sarah Charipar - Session Director at PR Casting, Brian King - series regular on Showtimes The Chi, and Sam Porretta - former Session Director at O'Connor Casting join us for various evenings. It's our hope that we will be able to include some evenings with a mix of as many of these artists as possible in this session as well- though any given artist is dependent upon their ever changing availability especially as we move into production season and casting schedules get busy.
Guest teachers listed for the classes are based on their availability and not guaranteed. All of our classes with guest casting directors including this class are a learning experience. It is not an audition or employment opportunity. When the workshop/class is over, the casting director/casting associate/session director (whichever is applicable) teaching this workshop will not be taking home nor be given access to your headshot, resume or any other of your promotional materials.
Ear Prompter AND Teleprompter
Gain more than "proficiency" in these two tools, and open yourself up to more avenues for income in your acting career. Learn the technical requirements as well as acting styles that tend to show up in relation to each type of prompter. Then tap into these potentially lucrative markets!
Intro To Voice Over
Advanced Voice Over
* Prerequisite- Students should have SOME experience inside a VO booth before taking this class. Our "Intro to VO" class or similar experience is the minimum requirement.
Green Room Professional Program
(this is for GRPP only! See other classes for their own schedule details!)
Green Room Professional 90 Minute Exploratory
Attend this free 90-minute class and work hands on with Steven Ivcich to see if the Green Room Professional Program is right for you.
What you experience in this GRP Exploratory is unlike anything you’ve encountered in other approaches to acting. It optimizes your current skills. At the same time you discover a way of working that is unique to you. Unless you’ve worked with Steven Ivcich before, this will be decidedly new territory for you as an actor. No one ever leaves a Green Room Professional class saying, “I’ve seen that before”. As Steven notes, “My way of working presents an entirely new creative space.”
What previous Green Room Professional students say about the exploratory...
"If you are truly serious about acting, Steve will help you to unlock doors you didn't even know existed."
"In my opinion, he is a master teacher. His process takes everything you learned in the past and expands it so that you even surprise yourself. He empowers you so that you find your own way."
"If you are at all serious about your craft, you have to add his process to your arsenal."
This class is for actors age 18 and up.
Recent Blog Posts
We sat down with voice over instructor, Robyn Moler to find out what she loves about it.
What’s your favorite thing about Voice Over?
We get to act without memorizing lines! I’m TERRIBLE at memorizing.
Why is Voice Over good for actors to pursue?
Voice Over is a great compliment to any acting career. Advertising can be a fun and creative industry and voicing commercials lets you be a part of it.
What you like about teaching VO?
I like talking about voice over cuz I’m such a freaking nerd about it and it’s nice to have eager listeners who are a captive audience 😉 but also I really like seeing the progression from the first week to the last. Everyone makes great progress and it’s fun to be part of that.
Every actor has untapped talents. You’ve tried any number of approaches to acting but hidden creative resources remain just out of reach. The feeling is that something is missing. That something is the CORE.
If there is one motto that sums up the actor’s dilemma it is, “hurry up and wait.” You spend most of your time waiting for that next audition, or rehearsal, or performance. It seems you’re dependent on everyone else to put your skills to work. Since there is so much “waiting”, it’s easy to see the “waiting” as wasted time. That need not be the case. There are ways to put that “waiting” to work. Read more