MPAC Hollywood Bureau Hosting Actors Workshop

September 22, 2014

MPAC's Hollywood Bureau is hosting an actors intensive workshop at Scott Sedita Acting Studio in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 9 for those pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. The four-hour workshop will be taught by two of Hollywood’s most influential acting coaches, Scott Sedita and Mariko Ballentine. Sedita and Ballentine will share with the workshop participants ways to move their career forward and invaluable audition techniques that will get them noticed.

MPAC Actors Intensive Workshop

Sunday, November 9

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

*Space is limited

Fee: $35

*Must be one of the first 30 participants to sign-up by contacting Deana Nassar at (323) 258-6722 or by Nov. 6. Lunch will be provided.

Scott Sedita is an award-winning, highly in-demand acting coach, motivational speaker, and a best-selling author. He helped launch the careers of many of today’s top stars, including Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc and Vincent D’Onofrio. Sedita runs Scott Sedita Acting Studios, where he teaches the craft of acting to hundreds of actors, including Emma Roberts, 50 Cent, Josh Duhamel, and Paula Abdul, as well as new actors on shows like “Glee,” “American Horror Story,” “The Leftovers,” “True Blood,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Suburgatory,” and “Shameless.” Everyone who attends MPAC’s Acting Intensive Workshop will receive a free copy of Sedita's book “Scott Sedita’s Guide To Making It In Hollywood: 3 Steps to Success, 3 Steps to Failure.

Mariko Ballentine runs Mariko Ballentine Casting where he casts commercials, coaches actors through Skype, and is the theatrical agent for Minc Talent, an across the board boutique talent agency. While many great acting coaches focus on the technical aspects of acting, Ballentine focuses on what happens inside the hearts and minds of an actor. Ballentine's seminars can help shift your perceptions about acting, auditions, agents and casting directors.



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