Getting Started in Hollywood
Break Into the Business and Get Your Feet Wet
An Acting Workshop with Musetta Vander
Actress Musetta Vander teaches this introductory acting workshop for new and aspiring actors looking to learn more about “The Business.” This workshop is divided into two segments: The morning segment, from 10:00am -12:00noon, focuses on what you need to know about breaking into the world of film, television, and commercials.
This morning session is ideally suited to newcomers and aspiring actors looking for information on getting started in Hollywood. You’ll learn how to take the next step and launch your acting career. It’s also a great opportunity to ask any questions about acting and get answers from a working Hollywood professional.
Some of the topics include:
- How to Get Started
- Where to Find Auditions
- Casting Directors
- The Audition Process
- Marketing Tools
- How to Get an Agent
- Unions SAG/AFTRA/Ficor
The afternoon segment of the class, from 2:00pm – 5:00pmm is a 3 hour “get your feet wet” performance workshop so aspiring actors can try out their skills in some basic acting scenes.
This workshop promises an informative and fun day for everyone.
Musetta Vander is a working actor and has graced the screen alongside numerous award winning screen veterans the likes of Robert Duval, Kenneth Brannagh, Kevin Cline and George Clooney. Her resume spans film, television, dance, and stage including the movies Wild Wild West, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Kicking and Screaming, and Mortal Kombat Annihilation. Musetta;s television credits include Stargate, Star Trek, NCIS and CSI.
Musetta has been teaching acting to kids, teens and adults for over a decade.
Maximum students: 20 (Los Angeles only)
Saturday, May 14 (in Los Angeles)
Saturday, June 4 (in San Diego)
10:00am - 5:00pm
$99 (Los Angeles)
$125.00 (San Diego)
Los Angeles Workshop:
Hollywood International Film Academy
3153 Los Feliz Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90039
San Diego Workshop:
Held at Spacebar Cafe
7454 University Avenue
La Mesa, CA 91942
Contact: Ben Sablan at (619) 382-5237