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Acting For Beginners | Tammy Karatchuk
November 25 - November 26$150
Saturday & Sunday, November 25th & 26th | 10am – 4pm | WFG Black Lodge, 3rd floor, 100 Arthur Street
Are you interested in acting? Do you have some experience on set? Are you waiting for the text or email? This workshop will teach you the ins and outs of proper set etiquette, terminology, and personnel titles and the difference between a background actor and a featured actor. Rejection is real, and you need to deal with it. Through personal experience, this workshop provides advice on rejection and how to turn rejection into education.
Other components include headshot clothing colour choices, lighting, placement, auditions (photo-cast, self-tape, and in-person), resumes, and casting directors’ four pet peeves of self-tape auditions. And the one mistake you might be making in auditions.
Get ready for this interactive workshop and prepare for the unexpected – such as cold reads, faux auditions, and more.
About the instructor:
Tammy Karatchuk began acting in 2005, and she’s been a background (BG) actor and photo double. This summer, she shot and narrated an upcoming commercial. She studied with Joe-Norman Shaw (Company of Rogues) in Calgary, AB, and Christiane Hirt (Rogues West) in Vancouver, BC. Tammy’s first acting coach was Tracy McMahon at Onalee Ames’ Acting Studio in Winnipeg, MB.
Tammy graduated from RRC Polytech’s Creative Communications program as a journalism major, and she’s worked in every facet of media. Currently, Tammy’s a freelance reporter, novelist, and Shutterstock photographer. While she lives in Winnipeg, she’s originally from Arborg, MB and grew up with six television channels.