From: Brian [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 7:29 PM
Subject: Actors Workshop IFASA Fundraiser, Feb 12 - Deadline Extended
There are only a few days remaining to sign-up for this valuable training. Don't make the mistake of passing up this opportunity just because it costs a few bucks. One paying acting gig that you get because of what you learned at this workshop will more than pay for the training. Plus, it's a good chance to network and show your stuff.See you there,Brian MulliganACTORS WORKSHOPpresented byElayne SteinCommercial Acting TeacherFebruary 12, 200610 AM 4 PMUA
Theater Arts Building (southeast corner of and Park) SpeedwayElayne Stein has been s premier actors Commercial Teacher for 20 years. Her students are continuously seen on national and local TV commercials. She is a long time member of the Screen Actors Guild, and has served on the Board of Directors of SAG for many years. For the past 8 years, Elayne has been a SAG Book Pals member, reading weekly to 5 first grade classes at Arizona Orangewood Schoolin . For the past 8 years, she has also served as an adjudicator for the prestigious ariZoni theatre awards, given for quality theatrical productions. As an accomplished and much-in-demand dialectician, she is constantly working with theater and films (local and Hollywood) as a dialect coach. PhoenixElayne conducts four commercial classes weekly in Phoenixand many Tucsonans have driven up to to attend them. Most have been successful in signing with SAG agents at the conclusion of her classes. Elayne can currently be seen in the recently released movie TransAmerica starring Felicity Huffman. PhoenixPrice: $75 (ages 17 and over only)Enroll by February 6. Advance registration and payment is required. To reserve your space, contact Brian Mulligan at 349-8249 or send payment to 5211 E Camino Bosque, 85718. Make checks payable to IFASA. TucsonOnly 30 spaces available. Be one of the fortunate few to be able to take advantage of this opportunity. Sign-up NOW!Other local industry reps will be present to give brief talks.Bring a lunch, because attendees will not leave the training for lunch.