Geared toward adult performers who want to sharpen their acting chops, this one-day workshop will cover the basics of acting and improvisation. It will include taped practice scenes.
The workshop, from 1 to 5:30 p.m., will be in West Hollywood and is $25 to attend.
“We’ve had very good responses from our previous workshops," Bartholet said. “The workshop will go over scene study, character development, improvisation skills, and they will tape a scene that the students pick from a mainstream film, television, or stage production so they can have tape of themselves doing a mainstream scene."
Bartholet has many years experience in acting and directing in the mainstream industry, and acts in many adult features. He has a degree from Los Angeles Valley College, and has received several acting awards and nominations from his many years on stage. Bartholet trained with ACT in San Francisco and with many different acting coaches in Los Angeles. He has performed in various stage productions from coast to coast, as well as television and films, and performed sketch comedy at The Comedy Store.
Sign ups for the workshop have started now, and all interested performers should contact Bartholet at firstname.lastname@example.org.