Would your child rather act than do just about anything else?  Does she watch all the Nickelodeon and Disney shows and repeatedly ask, “Mom, how can I be on television?”

If so, this is your opportunity!  On Saturday, February 27, from 1 to 3 pm, Valley West Actors Space is hosting a Young Actors Casting Workshop (for ages 6 to 18 years of age) that will answer your drama queen or king’s burning theatrical questions!

This is a phenomenal chance to meet and read for not one, but two amazing professionals in the entertainment industry during an informative and fun Film and Television casting workshop.

Susan Putnam of Harriet Greenspan Casting, is the Casting Director of True Jackson VP, Ned’s Declassified School Surviving Guide, Unfabulous; several MOW’s (Movie of the Week) and Feature Films.

Debbie Entin of Rising Talent Management who has clients who’ve recently appeared on the kid-friendly TV Shows: iCarly, The Middle and Victorious as well as in national commercials and feature films including Adam Sandler’s highly anticipated project “Grown Ups.” Important Topics covered during the workshop:

  • Breaking down scripts
  • Cold reading
  • What Casting Directors, Agents and Directors are looking for
  • How to get work
  • Do’s and Don’ts of auditioning …And more!

What to bring:  a headshot or a picture of student with contact numbers or resume on back

Cost: $75 for the non members, $50 for *registered members of Valley West Actors Space *for membership information, please go to www.valleyactors/membership.com

To Register: www.valleyactors.com/ShowcasesWorkshops.html

Date: Saturday February 27, 2010

Time: 1-3PM

Place: Valley West Actors Space, 22743Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills CA 91364

Website: www.valleyactors.com

Phone: 818-222-7484

For additional information please email: actingshowcase1@gmail.com or valleyactors@gmail.com

Please hurry and register because space is limited to only 25 students! And mention that Tracy Bobbitt & Hollywood Mom Blog sent you!

HMB will be profiling Valley West Actor’s Space next week, which is owned and run by Sara Wood, actress and mother of actress Evan Rachel Wood.