THE TRANSITION WORKSHOP
with Broadway performer Julio Agustín
Broadway performer-turned-audition coach and career consultant, Julio Agustín,
shares vital and proven transition strategies to take you
from struggling artist to working professional.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street, Room 202
(bet. Rivington and Delancey streets), NYC
F to Delancey / J M Z to Essex /
M9, M14A buses
$30 for HOLA members
$50 for non-HOLA members
(Become a member of HOLA and the price difference will be allocated toward your membership registration fee!!)
Call (212) 253-1015 to register
Workshop includes: The Top Ten Transition Strategies • Making an Impact: Getting Noticed & Being Remembered • Creating a Compelling Character in Five Easy Steps
What You’ll Need: Workshop students should come prepared with audition materials as there will be a piano accompanist for the final hour. In addition, please also bring your headshots and resume and come prepared as if you were going to an actual audition.
What People Say About the Workshop:
“This workshop should be renamed the Transformation Workshop, because that is exactly what Julio does, transform each individual into the radiant self that they should be! He has a natural talent for seeking out the best in you and aiding you to bring it out. I booked my first musical lead right after taking his Transition Workshop!”
Current Lead in Off-Broadway show
Plátanos & Collard Greens
“Julio taught his Transition Workshop to 40 of my students; they all raved about how much information they got from the class. Pages upon pages of notes were taken, and many of my students have already experienced successful professional auditions, having implemented much of Julio’s advice for actors. I would recommend this workshop for any group of performers, from college to professional.”
Author, Get the Callback!
Professor of Acting, Directing and Musical Theatre, Shenandoah Conservatory (http://www.jonathanflom.com)
ABOUT JULIO: “I strive to provide students and clients with strategies, skills, and tools for transitioning from struggling artist to working professional.” Broadway performer, director and audition coach, Julio Agustín has coached clients working on and off-Broadway, in regional theatre and touring companies. Julio has over 15 years as a professional actor and Broadway performer including work in the disciplines of stage, screen, commercials and print. In addition to acting, he is also a writer and director with advanced degrees in Music Performance (FSU) and Theatre Directing (PSU). His greatest joy comes from helping people to discover their unique talents and create a plan of action that maximizes each of those talents.
ABOUT THE TRANSITION WORKSHOP: The Transition Workshop (TTW) takes students beyond mere talent to the very truth of how the industry works and helps them to discover their place within it. TTW does this by providing practical "take action" guideposts, guaranteeing the transition from struggling artist to working professional. Although the strategies are specifically formulated for performing artists, they are universal and can be used anytime one wants to move from “here” to “there.”
Thursday, May 5, 2011
LOS KABAYITOS THEATER
CSV Cultural and Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street, 2nd Floor, NYC
(F to Delancey / J M Z to Essex / M14A or M9 bus)
Do you know how many different ways you can say the phrase “He likes the color purple?” There are at least six (6) different ways to say that simple phrase and each one is TOTALLY DIFFERENT. Come to the workshop and find out how!
We at HOLA look forward to seeing you on the 5th!
Wine and cheese will be served (so that you are more relaxed…).
Certified ESL Teacher/Accent Reduction Coach
AMEX, MASTERCARD AND VISA ACCEPTED
$25 (non-HOLA members: $35)
"Very fun and informative. [He] dominated the topic."
"Great teacher. Thorough. Many more people can benefit from it."
"The instructor was patient and knowledgeable. Nice, friendly and respectful."
"Very informative, fun and friendly. Helpful."
SPANISH LANGUAGE VOICEOVER WORKSHOP
with Manuel Herrera
Tuesdays and Thursdays,
May 10 through May 26, 2011
from 6:30pm Sharp - 8:30pm!
CSV Cultural and Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street, Room 302, NYC
(F to Delancey / J M Z to Essex / M9, M14A buses)
Manuel Herrera, HOLA Special Projects Director, actor, director, voiceover artist and Rights Acquisitions/Director of AudioLibros for Recorded Books, LLC will direct an advanced voice-over technique workshop for the experienced actor who wishes to fine-tune his/her technique. The workshop covers: diction and voicing in Spanish; interpretation and rhythm; character voices, and narration; professional audition and quick study techniques. Previous HOLA voiceover workshop students invited. Applicants should supply blank CD to record work progress. Optional production of demo tape available at additional cost. Actual voice-over copy will be used for this series. Small classes.
Workshop held at HOLA using the "WhisperRoom."
Register early as there is limited enrollment.
Registration confirmed upon payment. VISA, MC & AMEX accepted.
Small intimate classes (we promise)
HOLA members: $200 (HOLA Membership required)
Spanish voiceover jobs provide the greatest income potential for the Spanish speaking actor. Register early as there is limited enrollment.Registration confirmed upon payment. Call (212) 253-1015 to register.# # # #