Casting Director Workshop with Deb Green & Kate Twa
- Sat • June 22, 2019 • 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
- Sun • June 23, 2019 • 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
- Event Cost: $225 + gst
With more and more productions coming to the Okanagan, locals need to learn how to put their best work forward to compete with large city actors. You can learn how. The better you understand the audition process, the more you will be asked to audition. This workshop will teach the collaborative process from the Casting Director’s view point. You will learn essential audition requirements including resumes, headshots demo reels, agents and online tools.
Actors will be sent a file of scenes/sides to chose from. Deb will share insight into how the casting director’s process works when selecting reviewing submissions, completing scene study work, self –tape recommendations, camera techniques and audition do’s and don’ts.
Playback of your work with Deb Green and renowned acting coach Kate Twa, includes detailed feedback and suggestions for advancement. All doable!
Deb Green is an internationally recognized casting director who has been casting for over 25 years and now makes the Okanagan her home. She casts leads for film and television from across North America and beyond, and focusses the balance of her principal casting here and in Vancouver. Deb has an extensive list of film and TV credits to her name. She has cast or co-cast such films as Brokeback Mountain, Capote, The Assassination of Jesse James, Shanghai Noon, and lately cast The Humanity Bureau, Distorted, Daughter of the Wolf, A Score to Settle, and Endless, all locally shot. She is a member of the Casting Directors Society of Canada (CDC) and the Casting Society of America (CSA).
Kate Twa is Co-Founder of Railtown Actors Studio in Vancouver and Artistic Director of Tempest Theatre and Film Society in Penticton. Kate is a renowned coach and instructor of acting as well as an award-winning independent film director. Her unique perspective and extensive experience spans film, television (both in front of the camera and behind it) and theatre (both on stage and directing). Kate has written three stage plays and written and directed two feature films. She has mentored hundreds of actors and now resides in the Okanagan.