Date: Oct 5 & 6, 2019
Cost: $300 (for the 2 days) ***No Refund - Instructor is coming from LA***
Time: 8am - 12pm
Location: Forest Central One, Suite 151, 11520 North Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75243
My name is Kate Melton and I am so excited to have the honor and privilege of working with young actors. My successful acting career as a young performer, including my role as Daphne Blake in the hit Cartoon Network films “Scooby Doo! The Mystery Begins!” and “Scooby Doo: Curse of the Lake Monster”, gives me an insider’s perspective on the unique challenges young actors face today. I also have adept knowledge of casting from having apprenticed in casting with several well-respected youth Casting Directors. I am passionate about scouting and developing talent all around the country. I love to share my experience and expertise with young actors, giving them the confidence and skills they need to grow and flourish. I have been mentoring and teaching my unique curriculum to young actors for years, and it taught me that my true calling is to have an impact on the lives of kids in the entertainment industry, as well as guiding parents through the sometimes difficult to navigate waters of helping their child start a career in show business. As actors, we are always searching and working hard for our next great role. I am so happy to say that I’ve found mine as a teacher, mentor, and coach to many amazing young performers!
Workshop will consist of:
Specialized and personalized scene study
-How to break down and analyze a script
-Who am I? Learn the art of creating and crafting a UNIQUE character what it takes to truly understand your character to life.
On camera audition technique
-How to wow a room
-Discover how to use your one of a kind personality to light up any audition room
-Do's and Dont's taught by a casting insider
Cold reading technique
-Always be prepared for anything using celebrated and proven cold reading methods
Parent forum and Q+A
-In this 30 minute open forum, I will answer and and all of your questions and provide guidance to parents.