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Interested in Voice Over but not sure where to start? Getting into Voice Over requires more than just having a great, or unique voice. In this class over 3 hours, you will learn valuable information from a consistently working, voice over actor with years of experience. Learn about types of voice overs, current trends, and the commitment and training it takes to work in today's market. Plus you will read and record real copy, on a mic, with individual playback AND feedback on your talent level and potential. See if a career in Voice Over is right for you.
Course of 1 class. Monday July 29th. 6:30-9:30pm
Please read cancellation policy under FAQ's on main page.

Date & Time : 29/07/2019 06:30:00 PM
Class Duration: date display reads day/month/year. 6:30-9:30PM
Instructor: Laurie Burke
Background: Laurie Burke is a San Francisco native from a family of professional actors and musicians (think: The Partridge Family meets This is Spinal Tap!). So it was only natural when she hopped onto the family entertainment bandwagon and never looked back! With an adventurous spirit and an un-quenching thirst to learn more about the craft, she studied in London (RADA), Paris, Berlin, L.A. and S.F. Her many TV Credits include Medium, I (Almost) Got Away With It, Wives with Knives and numerous commercials for major companies including Blackberry, Volkswagen, Raleys, Walmart, Metro PCS, Nokia and Wells Fargo. Known as the Original Voice of Google Voice, she has been heard on countless radio and T.V. commercials for Channel 36(L.A.), Cisco, Kaiser Permanente, 24 Hour Fitness, Symantec, First Republic Bank, Wells Fargo,, and most recently all Raleys/Nob Hill commercials. Film credits include Redwoods, David Arquettes The Butlers In Love, Stray and My Eleventh. She recently stared as Rene Pichette in the feature film The Mendoza Line. Theater credits include the role of Amy in Stephen Sondheim's musical Company, Gal in the touring production of Just for Laughs and most recently Claudia Roe in Enron. Lauries also a professional musician, performing as a lead singer with several working bands in the Bay Area. You can currently see her on national TV, On Demand and online, in her fourth year as Television Movie Review Host for Common Sense Media.
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About San Francisco Acting Academy

The SF Acting Academy is a professional On Camera workshop school. Our mission: prepare actors to audition and work in the Bay Area acting market and connect those actors to the industry. Our comprehensive on-camera program includes Commercial – Voice Over- Acting Fundamentals – Audition Techniques and offers classes for actors of all ages and all experience levels. The San Francisco Acting Academy was founded in 2001 in collaboration with top casting professionals, actors and teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is our goal to provide the space for both new and experienced actors to hone their on camera skills and to make them more competitive in the SFBA market by connecting our school to the industry. Over the years we have accomplished this in several ways: We offer a variety of classes geared to prepare actors for the demands of auditioning and working in the challenging Bay Area Market. Our instructors are the best in the business; not only accomplished working actors and teachers, but casting session directors, television and radio producers and theater directors. They bring a unique perspective from both sides of the performance and the casting process. Our class sizes are kept to a minimum, giving each student ample time in front of the camera and mic. All of our classes are held at Das Studio, home to Greg Cohen, Kristen Beck and Beau Bonneau Casting. Classes are taught using state of the art camera equipment and casting software, giving each actor a taste of the real world auditioning environment. And each student will have the opportunity to watch their progress on tape.

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