How do you interpret a client’s audition specs without thinking yourself into a corner? Do you second-guess your approach to copy? When do you slate? How do you make sure your “two takes to show range” are honest and grounded and *you*… but contrasting? What is the process of submitting an audition to an agent vs through a P2P? We will answer all of these questions – plus many others – in this workshop for commercial voice actors of all levels. The class will include an overview of the commercial world, coaching on a variety of scripts, and a Q&A. Please note: there may not be time for everyone to be coached individually.
Kristin Price started out doing jazz hands in musical theater, and was shocked to discover her true calling involved standing still and calmly talking into a mic. Over the past 15 years she has directed, taught, and recorded hundreds of projects. Fun Facts: she’s a pronunciation voice for Dictionary.com and is oddly good at sounding like a robot (you may have heard her as Murphy Brown’s digital assistant, VAL). She’s also a massive geek, amateur baker, and mom of a 6-year-old. You’ll find her explaining things; telling stories; solving mysteries in video games; selling you stuff; cheerfully talking at you while you’re on hold; and, somewhere out there, as the voice of an interactive doorbell.