Learn how to get your child into the industry legitimately.
Understanding the Business of Show Business with Sally Stewart.
Sally is an industry professional and will be our guest speaker this month!
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Sunday March 2, 2014
189 Main Street
Northport, New York 11768
Sally Stewart will be hosting a workshop for Long Island parents who are interested in learning how to get their child into show business and modeling, legitimately! The goal of this workshop is to educate parents about the business of show business and help them become stronger and more effective advocates so they are educated to make the right choices for their child. Sally will cover topics such as: What's legitimate and what's not? Does my child need to take acting lessons? Should I seek out a manger or an agent? Is my child cut out for this?
The workshop will be held on Sunday March 2nd from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm at Zoot Shoot. Pre-registration for the workshop is required by February 28th. Call 631.462.5355 to reserve your seat. The fee for this workshop is $25.00. Light refreshments will be served.
Sally believes if you can teach a child to develop integrity, authenticity and great business sense around the craft and business of acting you'll give that child a gift he or she will have for the rest of their lives.
Sally Stewart is an industry professional. She has been a professional actor for 20 years and has been an acting and career coach for professional child actors for the last 4 years. She has trained with Susan Batson, Wynn Handman and is a graduate of the William Esper Conservatory. Sally is a member of Screen Actors Guild/AFTRA and EQUITY. She has guest starred on Law and Order,
Guiding Light, The Sopranos and on film and stage. Some of Sally's students are SaCha Coleman who appeared with Oscar winner Denzel Washington and Oscar nominated actress Viola Davis in the Tony award winning Broadway show "Fences". Sally has also worked with Travaris Spears who played Nelson, Paul Rudd's son in "Admissions" and Chad Coleman from "The Walking Dead." She also works with children who attend performing arts schools and work commercially.