Young Actors

and their Parents

 it takes a Village...

Learn

  • How to make the best self-tapes at home.

  • How to work effectively with your child and have fun!

  • Improv for Auditions.

  • Commercial and Theatrical copy.

  • How to work with your representation.

  • What is expected from you as the parent of an actor.

  • What is expected of your young actor

  • Get your questions answered.

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Purchase between  now and Dec. 2 for either class to save 50%

Megan and Chuck have been teaching kids and teens how to act since 1992. We taught a very successful commercial class here in Hollywood while teaching theatre to kids and teens in Lake Arrowhead at our theatre. We also directed the shows at Rim of the World High School for 4 years.

Over the years they have had some great finds and students. One of their early discoveries was Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense/ Forrest Gump )when he was 5. We put him in his first commercial and found him his first agent and have since taught some pretty amazing kids. One of the most important elements of teaching young actors is also educating their parents. It is a team effort to have a working young actor and keeping everyone educated about the business is vital.

They only offer this class a  couple of times a year so take advantage of it while you can.

PLEASE NOTE: This class may not be suitable for children under 8 years old, simply because of the amount of concentration and maturity that the scripts, and class discussion demands. Students should have good reading comprehension skills, basic note-taking skills and, because we engage both parent and child actor,  be able to sit still for the three hours of class.  

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CA Bond #810001752

11240 W. Magnolia Suite 102

North Hollywood Ca 91602

contact us: 818 216 9350

email: meganmarra@me.com

Pursuant to California Law:

We are considered a "Talent Training Service' which, by definition is:"Talent training service" means a person who, for a fee from or,on behalf of, an artist, provides or offers to provide, or advertises or represents itself as providing, an artist, directly or by referral to another person,with lessons, coaching, seminars,  workshops, or similar training as an artist.