Casting director auditioning clinic

The casting director for movies and TV programs such as Greek and How I Met Your Mother, Alyson Silverberg, is coming to Kelowna April 30 to conduct a five-hour on-camera intensive workshop.

The casting director for movies and TV programs such as Greek and How I Met Your Mother, Alyson Silverberg, is coming to Kelowna April 30 to conduct a five-hour on-camera intensive workshop.

This is your opportunity to be seen by one of LA’s top ranked casting directors. Silverberg’s credits include Dawson’s Creek, Everwood, The O.C., Sate of the Union, The Virginity Hit and many more.

She’s cast several films/pilots and has discovered stars such as Katie Holmes and Rachel Bilson. Siverberg has worked alongside industry professionals including Steven Spielberg, Will Smith, Jason Segel, Neil Patrick Harris and Bob Saget.

Join this course to learn how to “nail it.” This is a hone-and-tone course aimed at those with the true desire to move forward as actors.

The course is designed to provide a clear perspective on the business of acting.

In it you will explore audition techniques, audition etiquette, online opportunities, and it will provide you with the valuable do’s and dont’s of auditioning from the points of view of directors, producers, studio executives and casting directors.

Because this highly interactive format will stress support and feedback, the course is limited to only a small number of participants, so make your reservations early.

To book an audition phone 312-834-7853 or email The fee is $250.

Make a commitment to yourself and take advantage of a rare opportunity to sharpen your audition skills under the guidance of one of the most respected and successful casting directors in Hollywood.

The Kelowna workshop is being held on Saturday, April 30 from 2 to 7 p.m. at LandMark Technology Centre 3, Suite 100 – 1632 Dickson Ave.


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