…for now! I don’t know about you but it’s hard to believe that the 2014-2015 class year is over. Wow! Talk about time flying by!! Except for the winter. That just sort of crept by. But we got to spring and now it’s summer.
And we’re finishing up with a bang! On Wednesday the 29th of July, Ann Kelly, an agent with the Judy Boals Agency, will be the guest at our final Industry Workshop. As you know these are a series of workshops designed to give actors a chance to showcase their work for some of the leaders in our industry…for free.
Ann brings her experience as an actress, casting director and talent manger to her role of Agent. Her clients have appeared on Broadway, on Television and in Feature Films. Ann travels extensively to see clients in regional theatres including: CenterStage, The Geffen Playhouse, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Studio Theatre, Yale Rep, ACT, Triad Stage, The Huntington Theatre, The Wilma and The Philadelphia Theatre Company. Her TV and Film clients can be seen on House of Cards, The Good Wife, Alpha House, The Mysteries of Laura, Forever, Flesh & Bone, VEEP, Boardwalk Empire, Elementary, Person of Interest, Madam Secretary, Law & Order SVU, Black List, A Most Violent Year, The Americans, Criminal Minds, Mozart in The Jungle, Grace & Frankie, and Orange Is The New Black. Ann holds a BA in Theatre from Temple University. She is Meisner trained and is on honorable withdrawal from AEA & SAG-AFTRA. She resides in Manhattan with her husband, daughter, 2 dogs and a cat.
The workshop will be from 6:30 – 9:30 PM on the 29th of July. Invitations will go out on Monday the 27th of July at 11:55 AM. Space is limited. If you want to attend I suggest you hang out very close to your computer at zero hour on the 27th.
Who is eligible? If you’re reading this, you are.The workshop is open to former and current students and to people that follow this blog. Yes, even you guys in California. If you know you’re going to be in town, go for it.
All and all it’s been a great year. The actors I’ve had the privilege of working with have all made great strides in their work and lots and lots of jobs have been booked. Hope to see you at the workshop on the 29th as we close out this season.