Learn Audition & Self-Tape Technique
Are you a great auditioner? How do you feel when you read for a Casting Director? Do you know what a job-getting, self-submission should look like? Your best acting needs to show up in your auditions! Our young actors blow the competition away with professional skills that get them booked.
Teen Audition Code picks up right where Teen Comedy Essentials ends. Now we focus on both in-person and digital audition technique. Actors are hired by producers off of digitally recorded performances (self-tapes), sent from Casting to Producers via links. There are no actual ‘tapes’ anymore and actors often have to submit their auditions themselves. You will work on mock auditions multiple times in every class, and receive your footage to better your self-assessment skills.
Who Are YOU? Find Your Brand!
We’ll continue to deepen your understanding of The Heroes of Comedy and our iCAMERA method of script analysis. Working actors know how Casting sees them. You will receive clear, personalized guidance on your type and branding. We will help you sell yourself to the Industry!
In Addition, You’ll Learn:
➥ How to Audition & Self-tape Like a Star
➥ How to Nail Your Adjustments
➥ Inside Tips for Zoom Auditions
➥ Fast and Fun Character Development
➥ The Business of “The Business”
➥ Television Comedy Script Analysis
➥ How to Work on Set Like a Pro
Classes are conducted joyfully and efficiently through Zoom.
Days & Times
Saturdays OR Sundays
10 am – 12 pm PDT
May 1 – June 12 (Six weeks. Off May 29 for Memorial Day Weekend)
Usually $295 Now just $195
How do I sign up for a course?
To get in class just call or email.
The vast majority of our students take Teen Comedy Essentials before entering Teen Audition Code.
As an on-set Studio Teacher, Lauren knows what Disney, Nickelodeon, Netflix and all the other networks want from you. As a working on-camera actor and coach, Tiffany will help you elevate your game. And when it comes to auditioning, they’ll tell you what casting directors won’t! Plus you’ll get footage back in every class!
A Studio Teacher/Welfare Worker, is a specialized teacher who educates and protects the welfare of minors while they are working in the Entertainment Industry. Lauren is also Treasurer on the Executive Board of IATSE Local #884. Some of her recent credits include; Head of the Class, OK Boomer, This is Us, Never Have I Ever, Dear White People, Diary of a Future President, The Big Show Show, American Housewife, Sydney to the Max, Grown-ish and World of Dance.
Tiffany Berube is a sitcom and commercial actor, indie TV and sketch writer and producer. She also co-chairs the Industry Workshop Program at ACS, where she educates students on the business of on-camera acting and connects them with casting directors, producers and directors. Currently she is on the teaching staff at Actors Comedy Studio as well as the American Academy of Dramatic Arts-LA.
Tiffany recently developed the Commercial Acting and Auditioning class for Teens and Young Adults at The Academy at Edge Performing Arts Center. Tiffany loves helping kids and teens express themselves through the arts and mentoring young actors as they find their path in the industry.
Lauren and Tiffany provide a supportive, nurturing environment for all of their students 😉
What You'll Need
Your imagination, your energy, and a way to use ZOOM, our preferred portal for online classes.
Is there a prerequisite for this class?
Yes. Either completion of our 6-week Teen Comedy Essentials course OR interview and approval with faculty member.
The vast majority of our students take Teen Comedy Essentials before entering Teen Audition Code. Occasionally returning students or new students with equivalent training or on-set experience bypass Comedy Essentials and begin here. If you’re unsure of where to start, talk to one of our faculty. We will meet with you at no extra cost. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 323-302-9152 to set up a time.
Our Teen Audition Code classes are for ages 12 and up.
We also offer Pro Workout for represented, auditioning, or working actors under 18. Pro Workout interviews are accepted by request on an individual basis.
What is the class size?
Each online class section is limited to a maximum of 14 students.
What if I miss a class?
You can make up the class you missed in the other section within the six week session. If you can’t make class on Saturday, make up on Sunday and vice versa. Just let us know via email.
I have zero auditioning experience. Will I be okay?
Yes! Our program is built to accommodate actors with previous acting training who may not have professional audition experience, as well as experienced actors who want our specialized training in television comedy.
Can I check out the class before signing up?
In order to maintain class integrity and privacy for minors, we do not allow auditing. If you would like to meet with faculty for a brief meeting, you can email us at email@example.com or call 323-302-9152.
I still have questions, is there someone I can talk to?
Yes! You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 323-302-9152.