In association with the amazing acting coach Karen Kohlhass, I'm very excited to bring to you this workshop where I will share everything you need to know about REELS—whether you are hiring an editor or doing it yourself—to make this most of this now-essential actor's marketing tool.
BRING YOUR REEL if you have one—I will give feedback and suggestions to make your reel its absolute best. If you don't yet have one, come and learn a ton about what to include—and not to include—in this vital element of your job getting arsenal!
This Craft & Career workshop is only $25 and benefits the Tennessee Williams Rectory Museum in Clarksdale, MS. We are currently fundraising for air conditioners and video installations. See below for info on the museum.
Join us—see below how to register.
P.S. Please feel free to share with actor friends!
SATURDAY, MAY 4 - New York City
THE REAL DEAL ON REELS!
with Craig T Williams of Red Wall Productions
Banish desperation about your reel and learn tips on how to make your reel dynamic and RELEVANT.
Learn the 3 most important elements of your reel:
1) Make it about you
2) Make it about you
3) Make it about you!
Writer, producer & editor Craig T. Williams will demonstrate simple and effective methods to bring your performance in a scene forward, even if you aren’t the focus of that scene. He'll also tell you how to chase down that long lost footage and grab your work off the internet. He'll reveal what you should look for in an editor—or even better—how to be your own editor (yes you can do this yourself.)
IF YOU HAVE ONE, BRING YOUR REEL:
Craig will give you easy, actionable steps to to make it stronger.
Craig has produced, written, edited and cast over 100 film projects through his company Red Wall Productions. With his wife and partner Rosalyn Coleman Williams, they are currently in active pre-production with their feature film “Hanging By A Thread" written and produced by Craig, directed by Rosalyn and Executive Produced by Academy Award winner Viola Davis. Craig is also on the faculty of the Atlantic Acting School where he teaches graduating actors preparing to enter the business.
$25 minimum donation for this workshop. Registration info below.
HOW TO RESERVE
Email and let us know how many seats you would like to reserve.
Admission is $25 donation per seat
We will then send you the PayPal link to make the donation.
PLEASE NOTE: Payment is not refundable, but you are welcome to find someone to come in your place if you are unable to attend, just let us know.
ABOUT THE MUSEUM
The Tennessee Williams Rectory Museum is on the 2nd floor of the St. George's Episcopal Church Office building, in Clarksdale, Mississippi. I have been working with the church to curate and found the museum for the last 2 years. Donations from NYC and US actors, playwrights, and directors; theater educators and fans; Mississippians; and Williams' estate have made the museum possible. Tennessee (then Tom) Williams lived with his grandparents in this house in 1920-21, and then regularly visited them there as he grew up. The museum is located in their former bedrooms, and tells the stories of Williams and his family, and the local people and places that inspired some of his greatest plays.
Lots of photos at