Voice-Over: Do You Have What It Takes?
Learn about the lucrative and competitive business of voice-over and what qualities you need to succeed. Discover how to break into voice-over and market your voice talents. Topics include union work versus non-union; commercials for TV/radio; narration; audio books and animation voicing; and talent agents and managers. You'll work in front of a mike and cold read two commercial spots, followed by critical feedback. Bill Smith
(SAG and AFTRA) has four decades of stage and film credits as actor, director, and producer. He taught conservatory acting at Cornell University. He created Denver's The Acting Studio in 1982 to train stage, film, and voice-over actors. The Studio includes a production division for marketing demos and low-budget films. Students will receive, by email, a personal recording of their studio session. Access to a computer and email after class is necessary. Class is held in Bill's home studio.
|Dates:||April 17, 2019
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|Meets:||One Wed., 6:30-9:30PM 04/17 |
|Location:||EAST DENVER: 12th & Krameria|
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||$5 materials fee payable in class to the instructor for DVD & handouts|
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