Audition Revelation

Audition Revelation

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1 employee
5 years in business

About this pro

As an Audition Coach, Jeffrey has created a successful and dynamic approach to the "packaged auditions" for his clients. The "Not a Moment to Lose" (R) Approach.  His College and High School clients are accepted into the best programs in the US and abroad. Including NYU, Columbia, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Birmingham, Royal Conservatory of Acting, Berkley, Cal Arts, ACT, NYC New School, Rutgers, Yale, SMU, USC and more.   His focus on the 'Packaged Audition' is powerful and effective.  He has worked with hundreds of actors over the last 15 years dedicated to helping actors reveal their true talent and skill. He is invited into Professional Theaters, University, high schools and in audition rooms across the country focusing on Audition Anxiety, Preparation and Performance to teach, coach, and mentor actors pursuing a life in theatre, film and TV. 

Finding the unique voice in the actors who come into room.  To meet actors where they are.  To see the results of a powerful audition technique being activated in the actor and seeing them realize the power they have in the audition room.  Often making lifetime friends of the actors I have so much respect for...helping actors be seen - be heard - be experienced.  It is profound. 

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San Diego, CA 92104
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

 BE SEEN * BE HEARD * BE EXPERIENCED
​Focus is on the actor. Actors learn to walk into the audition with their humanity, power, and talent fully revealed: Connected, Specific and Authentic.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

He is currently on the faculty at the ​Meisner / Chekov Integrated Training Studio where he teaches Meisner, audition skills and Scene Study for working actors. 

He is also the Young Performers Conservatory Director at La Jolla Playhouse.  He presents workshops locally and around the country and has been hired as the primary Audition Faculty for several Universities and Conservatories over several years.  

He started acting professionally at the age of twelve and still does from time to time.  He worked for many years as a director in professional and academic environments with over 70 + productions to his name.  

He holds an MFA from Rutgers University, where he received his actor training from master teachers - William Esper, Maggie Flanigan,(Meisner)  Loyd Williamson (Movement) , and Edward Stern (Directing)


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Individual Coaching $85 hourly. Discounts offered to Mr. Ingman's Conservatory and Studio actors.  

Monthly Coaching $325 for students includes four 90 minute sessions = 6 flexible hours 

Skype / FaceTime: $55 hourly

other fee variations depending special needs or requests.  


What types of students have you worked with?

Literally - hundreds of Actors pursing film, television and theatre careers. As well child actors 12 year and up.  Also College bound actors pursuing conservatory, BFA & MFA programs.  


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

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What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Inherent anxiety and vulnerability in the audition requires that you find someone focused on your individual needs as an actor in the audition room.  Do not let people Direct you - I provide tools that you will be able to use for a lifetime.  Also - make sure the energy of the coach is in line with yours that relates directly to how safe you you will feel while exploring the potential of your talent, skill, and humanity as it relates to acting and auditioning. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Do you have a way of working that is time tested and proven successful.

What professional experience do you have with teaching auditioning.


Do you have an effective methodology to address anxiety, interviewing, the audition itself and callback - that is proven effective.  

Do you have a many people who recommend you and how do I see what they are doing?  

  


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