Thursday, September 23, 2010


36th Street Studio presents a FREE  Seminar!

Breakthrough Performance & Promotion Strategies

Don't wait for your break....
Create it!

(Note, Sept.23 Workshop Rescheduled!)
Wednesday, Sept 29 @ 7pm
36th Street Studio
260 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor

Presented by
Penelope Brackett
Performer's Career Coach
Featured New York Times & The Today Show,
Author; acclaimed
"7 Keys to Success Without Struggle"
Pamela Scott
Director / Writer / Teacher
Artistic Director; Aching Dogs Theatre
Award-winning New York Director,
Playwright & Screenwriter,
Instructor: The American Academy of
Dramatic Arts,
T. Schreiber Studio, Stella Adler Studio

·"What's the key to getting and
keeping relationships
with Agents & Casting Directors?

Discover 4 simple strategies to great relationships with agents and Casting Directors
that lead to auditions, interviews and jobs AGAIN & AGAIN.

·"What's the key to bringing myself fully to every audition & performance?

Learn a multi-faceted approach to open the doors to personal, specific, and bold choices that will enrich your every audition and performance and engage agents, casting directors and your audience!

Join us for this free seminar to discover performance and promotion tools to
Break out of the "same old career" and Breakthrough to career success!

Limited Space!
To reserve your spot contact or
call 201-693-1586

The Creative Seed Career/Life Coaching is a master certified coach and nationally recognized veteran in the field of career and life coaching specializing in working with creative artists and companies including acting, music, dance, publishing and design.  She has been featured in The New York Times, The Today Show, CNN and Child Magazine. She is the coauthor of "Seven Keys for Unlocking Success without Struggle" with Lester Thomas Shane. Presentations include American Academy for Dramatic Art, Brandeis University, Rutgers University, New Actors Workshop, Actors Connection, Elizabeth Browning Studio,
and Atlantic Theater.

PAM SCOTT, Producing Artistic Director of Aching Dogs Theatre is an award-winning director, playwright, and screenwriter. She has directed over fifty plays and has served as an instructor at many prestigious theatre institutions including The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, The T. Schreiber Studio, The School of Film and Television, and Stella Adler Studio. Pamela is Co-director on Eight Faces of Jane a documentary on the life of playwright, Jane Chambers. She directed Crimes of the Heart and Last Summer at Bluefish Cove at T. Schreiber Studio, the latter in which Summer Crockett Moore won the OOB best actress award. Her play, All the Kings Horses was a finalist in the Kernodle Festival. Her plays, The Unwrapping of Christmas and Home won the "Alan Contini Award" from the Columbia University Dramatists first and second place respectively, for best new plays. As an actress Pamela studied with renowned acting teacher Sandra Seacat and performed Off Broadway including at Joseph Papp's The Public Theatre and The Irish Arts Center. She's a member of AEA, SAG, AFTRA, SDC, and The Dramatists Guild.

36th Street Studio presents a FREE  Seminar!

You Can Do Stand-Up Comedy
and add a great clip to your reel!

Thursday, September 30th @ 7 pm
36th Street Studio
260 West 36th Street
3rd Floor

Presented by
Comix & The Manhattan
Comedy School

Speakers include
Wali Collins
(Late Show With David Letterman, Comedy Central & recently hosted event for President Obama)
Andy Engel
(Director of New Talent at Comix)
Harrison Greenbaum
(SPIKE TV, Discovery Channel)
Jumpstart your acting career
with stand-up comedy!

Comedians are never out of work.
They work all the time in movies, sitcoms, commercials and most importantly clubs!

Stand-up is the best way to develop a
sitcom or movie vehicle for yourself.
Casting directors are always looking
for funny people.
The difference between comics and
actors is that comics have far greater
control of when and where they work.
Casting directors, TV development execs, agents, managers practically camp out
at the major NYC standup clubs.

Topics covered include
Conquering stage fright
How & where to get started as a comedian
Comedy writing techniques
How to land an agent and much more...
There will also be a Q&A session.
Representatives from the Manhattan Comedy School will be on hand to provide information on the 8-week course taught at New York's top Comedy School. The graduation show for this class is a live performance at Comix Comedy Club where students will receive a FREE broadcast quality, 2-camera shoot DVD.
The next class for beginners starts Wednesday, October 6th.
The regular price is $399.  Sign up at this seminar and save $40
Pay only $359!

Did you know we now have cheap rehearsal space?

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