Sat, Feb 27 | via Zoom

Conquer The Commercial Audition (with SOPHIA BLUM)

Commercial work is an exciting place to dive into as an actor, but there are real challenges to working confidently with commercial copy.
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Time & Location

Feb 27, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST
via Zoom

About The Event

Watch a short class preview video here!

Commercial work is an exciting place to dive into as an actor, but there are real challenges to working confidently with commercial copy. In this class, each student will work individually with Sophia on techniques for really shining in a commercial audition. Along the way, Sophia will also cover what to expect and how to level up your performance to book work in the industry.

About the Guest Artist:

Originally from Providence, Rhode Island, Sophia Blum has recently returned to the Ocean State after almost a decade in New York, gaining experience and training as an actor and educator. She discovered a passion for Shakespeare in college, at Drew University, and since then she has been in twelve Shakespearean productions around the country. Some theaters where she has worked include Orlando Shakes, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, and Off-Broadway, at The Theater at St Clements. Although she is trained in the classics, Sophia enthusiastically explores projects in all genres, including devised pieces, comedies, and on-camera work. In the last few years she has found herself on commercial sets regularly. Some of the brands she has done commercial work for include Facebook, The New York Times, and most recently, Sophia appeared in an L.L. Bean commercial. Soon you’ll be able to see Sophia in the upcoming HBO series, The Mare of Easttown, starring Kate Winslet. Sophia can usually be found writing, teaching, or binge-watching cooking shows. Check out sophiablum.com to learn more about her work.

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