Tribeca Acting Classes
Are you an actor or think you should be on a reality TV show?
Work with someone (Alex Corrado) who was on one of the biggest reality TV shows of all time!
Introducing a new consulting product - Tribeca Acting Classes Workshop, an ongoing series of scene study/entertainment project development/improvisation and actors' marketing learning modules as well as performance opportunities leading to media personality development and internet magazine coverage.
Tribeca acting classes takes both a traditional (headshots, demo reels, audition taping) approach to its curriculum as well as proven out-of-the-box strategies to book acting jobs. Contact Video Film Web to set up an audition and interview.
What makes Tribeca Acting Classes different than other acting classes and actors' marketing programs? It is because it is a healthy mix of performance work and promotion strategy. This class is not recommended as a substitute for learning the craft of acting, but rather focuses on the actual strategies that work to become a successful actor.
Let's face it, there are many acting gurus out there and the reality is that when you look at the track records of many of them, they are not actually effective at helping you succeed. With Tribeca Acting Classes you will be working with two entertainment industry professionals who work with top working actors and know the business inside and out.
Technology & the economy are changing the rules of the acting profession.
Are you on top of the latest?
Learn, collaborate and work.
Y. Stamas and Alex Corrado
|WHAT ARE TRIBECA ACTING CLASSES?
Tribeca Acting Classes are a workshop series forum through which actors learn about acting, marketing, writing and booking jobs with performance opportunities. Tribeca Acting Classes provide a pathway to possibly becoming a member of the exclusive Magic Neighbors Theater Troupe with members that are like a who’s who of the acting community.
Magic Neighbors and Video Film Web Studios are currently developing film television and theater properties including "Ceasar Paesani Inc.", the New York Public Library Lights Camera Read Program "Magic Neighbors: You Can't Borrow Honey from a Zombie"and over 70 online popular internet magazines. Technology and the economy are changing the business model of the entertainment industry and the staff members of Tribeca Acting Classes are ahead of the curve.
Alex was a regular on the NYC reality show on NBC called "The Restaurant" that started the reality craze. He is now developing for the Magic Neighbors Theater Troupe a reality TV pilot. This pilot is called "Ceasar Paesani Inc." and it could do for the beauty/health/fitness industries what his first show did for the Restaurant business. Among his many stage and screen credits on IMDB Alex is often remembered as the guy who throws Anthony Hopkins in the back of a van in "Hannibal" and then gets eaten by wild boar at the end of the movie. Alex himself is also an amazing chef and started off his life’s journey pursuing a career in medicine and going to medical school. One of the reasons Alex wanted to call his and Yianni's actors’ workshop series Tribeca Acting Classes is because Tribeca is where he shot his movie "Dinner Rush" with Danny Aiello and is where he (as host) and Yianni (as producer) did the prestigious Platinum Pias Awards last year at Tribeca Screening Room. Alex is also a film director and recently shot a film featuring Frank Gio (“Analyze That”) that will be on the festival circuit soon.
Please note that due to our
current focus on the Platinum PIAS Awards, we are not taking on any new clients at this time. Thank you in advance for your understanding.