Getting Paid to Talk -- An Introduction to Voice-Over
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In an attempt to save their fading relationship, Queenie and her lover Burrs decide to throw the party to end all parties. But in The Wild Party, things quickly get out of hand when Queenie catches the eye of a new man and Burrs, a vaudeville clown with a violent streak, gets jealous. Based on a 1928 narrative poem, The Wild Party is full of the frenetic energy and fatalistic attitude of the prohibition era. Written by Andrew Lippa, who also wrote songs for The Addams Family and Big Fish Broadway musicals, the production lets you relive the excitement of the '20s, complete with plenty of gin and sin. If you purchase tickets for the April 24 preview show you'll have the chance to watch the final dress rehearsal before the opening, enjoy a wine and cheese reception with director Michael Hartsfield, participate in a special "talk-back" session after the performance with the actors and receive a complimentary copy of The Wild Party narrative poem the show was based on. Learn More
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Getting Paid To Talk is a two-hour upbeat and realistic introduction to voice-overs, also known as voice acting. During the seminar, 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
* 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.
Who should attend this seminar:
* Designed specifically for adults, though older children are welcome with parental accompaniment
- A great seminar for anyone who has been told they have a good voice
* Those who use their voices prominently in their occupations
* People with music or theater background
* Anyone who is interested in how voice-overs work and how people get started.