Bay Street Theater
Join New York casting director Meghan Rafferty for an engaging and insightful look at the on-camera audition process for film and television.
This pandemic will for sure change the audition process. Gone are the days of crowded audition rooms. Going further, there will be more opportunities for those actors who do not live in New York City or Los Angeles.
But first you must learn how to make a great self-tape. Not only will Meghan give you invaluable feedback on your scene, but she will also give participants advice on all aspects of self- taping including set-up, recording, editing and how to send an audition tape to casting directors that will bring you to the next level. Participants will be given their audition sides in advance of the workshop and will be put on tape during class where Meghan will then provide her invaluable feedback. The best "take" will be sent to the participants following the workshop via email. Meghan will also give her industry insight to anyone who brings their headshot and resume.
The workshop is open to beginners as well as seasoned professionals, Meghan a working actor herself, loves actors and truly appreciates the audition process from both sides of the table. Don't miss this truly unique opportunity to work with an industry professional who also happens to be one of only three New York casting directors who are also working actors! This workshop will occur in-person at the safe and friendly confines of Bay Street Theater!