Working on a monologue? A song? Coaching to make it HOT!
Sunday, August 26, 2018 (1 - 4 PM)
Actors, is your prepared audition monologue or song as good as it could be? Get individual coaching from Elaine to uncover the trigger moments that make your work electric. Bring memorized material and explore how to uncover the choices that will make those two minutes truly your own!
Acting On Camera: How do YOU come across?
Sunday, August 26, 2018 (6 - 9 PM) or Monday, August 27, 2018 (6:30 - 9:30 PM)
Get one-on-one coaching within a class setting from a working N.Y. pro. Explore your persona on camera, discover nuances of intention, body language, voice, even the colors you wear. For all levels. Invaluable not only for actors but also for business people, educators, therapists, attorneys, etc... Sharpen your communication skills while having a blast!
Tapping into The Hidden Impulses in Your Writing
Tuesday, August 28, 2018 (6:30 - 9:30 PM)
The stories already in you are your gold. How do you unearth those telling details that make your writing come alive? By getting out of your head! Learn an unorthodox approach to writing from a published writer - fun even for those who have never written before. Bring pen and paper, wear comfortable clothes, and park your self-judgment at the door!
The workshops are free but space is limited. Registration is required.Registration and information:(214) 670-8722 or [email protected]
Elaine Bromka Bio
Elaine Bromka is an established New York actress with extensive film, TV, Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional theater credits. Ms. Bromka’s roles range from Much Ado's Beatrice to Shirley Valentine. Credits include: Girls, The Blacklist, The Sopranos, Sex & the City, E.R., Dharma & Greg, all Law and Orders, Providence, Playing for Time with Vanessa Redgrave and Catch a Rainbow (for which Ms. Bromka won an Emmy), Cindy, the Uncle Buck mom, and the crazed Stella in Days of our Lives. Her Off-Broadway solo show, “Tea for Three: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty,” tours nationwide. She is a member of the Smith College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and guest artist at over 100 colleges and high schools. www.elainebromka.com