Welcome to Beth Marshall Presents!

Upcoming:

  (for ages 18 and up)
 
Day 1
The Raw Facts of Theatre & 
Producing Independently
 
SATURDAY, APRIl 6th
10 am – 5 pm (with a 1 hour lunch break)
$150 for 1 day or $225 for both days
 
This seminar is perfect for emerging or veteran producers in theatre or film as well as individual actors or artists interested in producing their own works locally or globally on festival circuits.
If you are someone who wants to:
  • Run your own indie production company or theatre
  • Produce a Fringe show (or a Festival itself)
  • Tour your one-person masterpiece
  • Produce your own indie film
  • Learn more about the theatre scene
  • Create your own arts event (or be a part of the team that makes all this happen)
  • Or are an actor that wants to learn how all the moving parts work…..
THIS IS THE SEMINAR FOR YOU!
The day in a glance:
  • The 4 P Philosophy of Producing (Project, Process, People, Paycheck)
  • What is Producing, really? (In depth understanding of what a producer’s job is depending on the art form, the location and the budget)
  • Casting: your tribe…. your team… your project.
  • Fundraising: How do I get the money to make it happen?
  • Union vs. Non-Union
  • Profit vs. Non-Profit
  • Resources: Venues, locations, networking, organizations, events and connections
  • Your Pitch… Your Project… Your Brand.
  • Working with a shoe-string budget
  • Creating a Vision, Mission, and Artistic Statement to guide you.
  • Q & A to discuss your own projects and ask questions.
  • AND MUCH MORE!
*BMP workshops welcome all actors and are committed in celebrating diversity and inclusion in casting. Attending a BMP workshop does not guarantee any promise of future casting or producing of one’s work.
 
Due to the high demand and limited seating for this class, please note that refunds are not possible.  Once the seat is purchased, it’s yours. 

 

  (for ages 14 and up) 

 
DAY 2 – SUNDAY, APRIL 7th
10 am – 5 pm (with a 1 hour lunch break)
 
CASTING WORKSHOP
FROM PAGE TO STAGE 
AUDITIONING FOR THE STAGE
$150 for the day 

or $225 for both days
 
This is the perfect workshop for film/tv actors that want to learn more about the process of auditioning for the stage as well as the casting process of theatre as well as for veteran stage actors that wish to have some individualized coaching and an acting gym before their upcoming season auditions.
(Actors will have do a monologue or scene given in advance as their audition material. Actors will experience the full process of live theatrical casting session.) Class size is limited!
The day in a glance:
  • Theatre casting session.
  • Choosing the right materials: monologues, scenes or songs to showcase yourself best for a general audition. Knowing your type.
  • How to best showcase yourself in the audition room.
  • Understanding the 3 elements of acting and how to isolate and lead with each.
  • Physical/Vocal/Emotional isolation exercises to enrich acting.
  • Improv with attention to character development and partner focus.
  • Subtext. Context. Page to Stage – The Actor Process.
  • Ensemble Scene work with multiple partners.
  • Cold readings vs. monologues
  • Theatre resources: Where to find out about theatre opportunities in Florida and beyond.
  • Q & A
*BMP workshops welcome all actors and are committed in celebrating diversity and inclusion in casting. Attending a BMP workshop does not guarantee any promise of future casting or producing of one’s work.
 
Due to the high demand and limited seating for this class, please note that refunds are not possible.  Once the seat is purchased, it’s yours.

 

 

 

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Our Mission

Beth Marshall Presents is a 10 year old independent nomadic theatre company based in Orlando Florida, committed to producing theatre that challenges our audiences, deeply explores the human condition and offers high quality production values with a special focus on contemporary and newer works, original premieres, socio-political dramas,  touring festival circuits and bridging the gap for emerging artists transitioning to professional theatre.

 

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