About this event

Receive guidance as you go through the process of bringing your own content from page → production → post → platform.
From Chaplin to Issa Rae, the best way to kick off and sustain your acting career is to produce your own work. Don’t wait for the phone to ring or that special email to parachute into your inbox. Take control of your career and help break your own stereotype by producing your own content.
Who should take this class? 
Actors who want to take charge of their creative careers. 
Actors who have ideas churning in their imaginations or scripts in their computers.
Actors who want something more than waiting for the business to find them.
Want to take control of your career, or help break your own stereotype by producing your own content? Have an idea for a short film, sizzle, presentation, pilot, web series, music video, feature etc. and want to shoot it?
If so, this class is designed just for you.
The class will focus on the nuts and bolts of producing your own work. You do not need to have a script written to join this class. You don’t even need to have an idea. Join us to learn about producing your own work wherever you are in your journey to becoming an actor-creator and the ideas will start coming to you. Learning about production will guide you into confidence to start writing, continue writing, finish a script, or just hustle into making it!
This class will take place via Zoom. Register to receive the link!

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: At seventeen, Philadelphia native Stephanie Little moved to Los Angeles where she studied at The Groundlings Theater with Howard Fine, Anthony Meindl, & Lesly Kahn, and then in London at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Stephanie currently resides in New York where she continues to write, produce, and direct projects; all of which have taken her on the festival circuit. The web-series she created and co-wrote, KILLING THE apologetic GIRL, won best pilot at the 2016 Dances With Films festival in Los Angeles; she followed that project up by shooting her indie pilot, The Small and the web-series, Other Plans, starring Tig Notaro and Annette Bening. Most recently, Funny or Die bought Little’s project Coach Von Pidgeon where she served as the co-writer, co-EP, show-runner and director for the eight-episode show. Currently, she’s on the festival circuit with her latest project, Tara, Messenger of Death starring Margaret Cho while also developing FBI-centered content for Anne Beagan Productions, LLC.

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