TV/FILM ACTING SCHOOL 2017
Tuscon, Arizona features Winter & Spring Programs
& San Franicso, Marin and East Bay in California updates in March
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION
INVEST in EXPERIENCES
THAT LAST A LIFETIME!
A PLAYFUL AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM WHERE CHILDREN
THRIVE and EXPAND THEIR CREATIVITY! EVERY CHILD SHINES!
Kids on Camera is Reorganizing
and Expanding in 2017 Tucson, AZ & San Francisco, CA
Celebrating 36 Years!
San Francisco & Bay Area Programs In March spring and/or summer program will be announced
for San Francisco, Marin, and East Bay
New programs begin in Tucson AZ in 2017 @ Jewish Community Center for Ages 4-18 Free Open House, Sunday January 22
Family program - 2:00P-3:30pm Details below One-Day Sunday Workshops from $65 & After-School Five Week Thursday Series
3800 E. River Road, Tucson, AZ 85718 Details below To enroll or get more information, contact Aimee Gillard at (520) 299-3000 x256, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit tucsonjcc.org
CLASS IN PROGRESS
with video feedback
Judy & Staff celebrating 36th Anniversary
Left to right: David Rosenthal, Lois Tema, Ezra Stanley, Jackie Yost, Judy Berlin,
Deborah Eliezer, Chad Deverman, Paul Collins, John Litten
FREE OPEN HOUSE Learnd about the PURPOSE of KIDS ON CAMERA
& meet the DIRECTOR JUDY BERLIN
SUNDAY JANUARY 22 , Family program - 2:00-3:30PM @ Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road, Tucson, AZ 85718
Meet Judy at 2P to learn about her award winning curriculum.
Judy is an acting coach, casting director, and an extraordinary visionary
who has helped thousands of children. A video will take you into the classroom
and Judy will answer your questions.
Kids on Camera TV/Film Acting School, established in 1981 in San Francisco,
improves communication and teaches acting and audition skills for TV, film and voiceover. Students expand their creativity, build confidence, social skills, and improve school presentations in a non-competitive environment.
Video feedback accelerates their learning curve. Beginners are welcome.
Previous training is not required.
Success stories include speech tournament winners, the voice of Andy in TOY STORY, star of the Disney Series, GOOD LUCK CHARLIE, Bridgit Mendler, Ethan DiSalvio on NICKELODOEN's Henry Danger, Emmy Winner, Justin Whalin and print models for Gymboree.
ONE-DAY SUNDAY WORKSHOPS
& 5-WEEK SERIES
in TUCSON with Founder/Director JUDY BERLIN
Take one or more. New topics per workshop
OUR PURPOSE Enroll limit, 12 students to allow for individual attention.
OUR FOCUS IS ON FUN, making friends and learning TV acting and audition skills. Judy brings educational experiences which include performance skills for on-camera. We improve communication skills and confidence. Open to all skill levels; this training is designed by award winning educators. Our nurturing atmosphere helps students develop their creativity. Previous training is not required. Parents join the last 30 minutes for feedback.
ONE-DAY SUNDAY WORKSHOPS
February 12, March 12, April 2, and/or May 7 TV/Film Acting, Audition Skills, TV Commercials,
Comedy, Voiceover and Interview Skills
TO ENROLL and for more information, contact Aimee Gillard at (520) 299-3000x256, email@example.com or visit tucsonjcc.org @ Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road, Tucson, AZ 85718
INTRODUCTION TO TV/FILM ACTING Sunday, February 12
Ages 4-7, 1:30-3:30P - Ages 8-13, 4:00-6:00P
$80/$65 J members - Pre-Pay This is designed for students who are interested in learning acting and performance skills for on-camera. Activities introduce the audition process as they work with short fun scripts. Students learn to take direction, trust their imagination thru improv, and build confidence. For beginners and all skill levels.
Parents are invited to join the last 30 minutes for feedback.
TV COMMERCIAL ACTING, COMEDY & IMPROV Sunday, March 12
Ages 4-7, 12:30-3P - Ages 8-13, 3:30-6P
$110/$90 J members - Pre-Pay Tap into your funny bone as you learn audition skills with age appropriate comedic commercial scripts. Find the humor in the script; learn to take direction and make adjustments as you gain comfort on-camera. Improv enables students to explore their imagination. For all skill levels and beginners. Video feedback reinforces and accelerates their learning. Parents join the last 30 minutes for a review and feedback.
FILM ACTING, SCENES, COMEDY & IMPROV Sunday, April 2
Ages 4-7, 12:30-3P - Ages 8-13, 3:30-6P
$110/$90 J members - Pre-Pay Learn to interact with partners through dialogues/scenes and improvisation. Learn to take cues, develop timing skills, focus to camera and build memorization skills. For all skill levels and beginners. Video feedback accelerates their learning curve. Parents join the last 30 minutes for a review and feedback.
VOICEOVER for FILMS & COMMERCIALS Sunday, May 7
Ages7-11, 12:30-3P - Ages 12-18, 3:30-6P
$110/$90 J members - Pre-Pay Explore voiceover for games, films, and commercials. Our focus will be script reading, creating characters, and improving vocal expression/diction. Students must read at grade level. All skill levels welcome.
Parents join the last 30 minutes for feedback.
5-WEEK THURSDAY SERIES
AFTER- SCHOOL 5-WEEK THURSDAY SERIES Ages 5-9 - TV Acting, Comedy, Improv
Thursdays, 4-5:30PM Multipurpose Room
March 2 thru March 30- $200/$160 J members Lights, camera, action and fun! Learn acting & audition skills for TV and the internet. Work with fun short age appropriate scripts. Learn to take direction, gain comfort on camera, emphasize key words, make choices, listen, expand your expressive range, and improve speech. Explore your imagination through improvisation and theatre games. Beginners are welcome. Previous training is not required. Parents attend 5th week for live improv performances,
a course review and receive written evaluations.
TO ENROLL and for more information,
contact Aimee Gillard at (520) 299-3000x256, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit tucsonjcc.org @ Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road, Tucson, AZ 85718
JOB OPENING in TUSCON
CAMERA OPERATOR: PART-TIME
Seeking Teens or Adults: Sundays in Tucson
We provide lights & cameras. [Camera Operator Flyer]
THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL "I believe the children are our future... teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty they possess inside.
Give them a sense of pride to make it easier... Michael Masser & Linda Creed
DIRECTOR & FOUNDER OF KIDS-ON-CAMERA Judy Berlin is a credentialed teacher in Theatre Arts and Communications. She is also a professional casting director for over 25 years and was a voice-over on Sesame Street for 12 yrs. Judy and her experienced staff are proud to provide an educational environment in which students learn to stretch and take risks, as performers and as people. All courses are designed to benefit both the actor and non-actor, by allowing students an outlet for their creative energy!
New Creative Director & Business Manager
for KIDS ON CAMERA TV/Film Acting School
for SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
Successful award winning acting school celebrates 35 years. The founder and visionary Judy Berlin
seeks the right person or organization to join her operation.
Contact Judy via email@example.com
SAN FRANCISCO UPDATES in MARCH FIVE-WEEK SUNDAY SERIES & SUMMER DAY CAMPS AGES 4-18
Summer weekday camps in Marin, SF, and/or East Bay Parents attend the last class for a review and evaluations
TV Acting 1 Commercials, Improv, Audition Skills & Professional Photos Details
TV Acting 2 Scenes/Dialogues, Improv & Audition Skills Details
TV Acting 3 Monologues, Storytelling, Character Skills & Improv Details
from PARENTS & STUDENTS!
Hi Judy, I feel so blessed to have worked with Kids on Camera. I graduated from top conservatory theater college programs in New York and LA (NYU and UCLA) and some of my best training and insights came from my years with you. I learned the audition process, ins and outs, how casting works, and how to bring your best self. Having your training has stayed with me to this day. You helped me meet local talent agents which lead to my first auditions. I have never felt so supported as I have from you and your staff. Best, AVRA FRIEDMAN ( Marin County & Los Angeles)
Programs involving acting can be dodgy and every child is a "future star" and no assessment is honest. However, Judy Berlin and her staff are focused on teaching and creating a fun and educational experience. They are honest in their assessments too. Their curriculum is unique and worthwhile! Ms. Marsha Cohen, Hastings College of Law, San Francisco
Dear Judy, Nicole is learning and growing! We cannot thank you enough for the training you provide in your workshops and TV series. Your programs helped my 10 year old, Nicole realized her passion for acting. Through introductions to casting directors at your workshops, we were able to find a way to take the next step and start attending auditions and getting cast. The casting directors have helped us navigate our journey! We wish you continued success! You provide such great place to get a solid start in the industry! Thank you!!! Sheila Sherman
Building your child's independence and seeing them succeed is the greatest gift. Thank you for helping children become all they can be. Mrs. Jill Plumb, Woodland, CA
My daughter, Tia, (16) has taken a lot of acting classes, but Kids on Camera has taught her more about acting than all of them combined. Your program has been the best thing for her. She is so happy with all the honest feedback. Her confidence in her acting ability has grown by leaps and bounds. Your staff is impressive and David Rosenthal is an amazing coach. He saw the potential in her and really drew it out of her. We moved from the East Bay to New York City 2 yrs ago and are now attending auditions. Thanks, Jodie Vashistha, New York.
What I learned from you helped me succeed in TV news. I was a news anchor in New York and now I am in Los Angeles. What and how you teach is worthwhile and unique! Mr. Chris Burrous, News Anchor, Los Angeles, KTLA, CH. 5