Getting Paid to Talk: An Introduction to the Voice-Over Industry
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Peter Morgan's Tony Award-nominated drama that spawned the critically acclaimed 2008 film pits British TV talk show host David Frost against disgraced former president Richard Nixon in a battle of wits and wills. Desperate to regain his reputation as a serious journalist, Frost seeks to elicit from the Watergate-plagued Nixon a detailed explanation and apology, while the ever-political former president has his own agenda. This fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the famous 1977 series of interviews dissects the electrifying battle between Nixon and Frost, revealing their insecurities, ego and sense of dignity as they face off in a historic encounter, which ultimately changes them both. Learn More
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Getting Paid to Talk is a class designed as an upbeat and realistic assessment of the voice over industry and opportunities for new voice actors, including areas of growth, common pitfalls and mistakes.
Among the materials your instructor will discuss: the different types of voice-overs, what it's like to work in the studio, voice types that are in demand, where to look for work opportunities close to you, effective demo development and examples, industry pros and cons and more.
Everyone in the class will also have an opportunity to record a short voice-over for playback at the end of class. Your instructor will also be more than happy to offer you some basic voice feedback at the completion of the class.
This class is designed for adults, although older children are welcome with parental accompaniment.
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