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Mar 10, 2014

Sponsored Giveaway: Rising City Arts

Lights, Camera, Action! Today’s giveaway is perfect for the actor within you, or in your life. Rising City Arts is an Astoria based Arts in Education Organization, providing our community with a (…)

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Lights, Camera, Action! Today’s giveaway is perfect for the actor within you, or in your life. Rising City Arts is an Astoria based Arts in Education Organization, providing our community with a unique place to explore and enjoy the craft of acting. Serving both children and adults, Rising City Arts offers high quality, innovative theatre and acting-based classes, workshops and in-school residencies taught by some of New York’s finest Acting Teachers.

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Today’s giveaway winner will receive a personal On-Camera Commercial Audition Workshop, with Harvard trained Actress & Rising City Arts Executive Director, Dina Ann Comolli. (A $200 value!)

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Whatever level actor you are or want to be, you’ll learn the basics of commercial audition slates, introductions, marks, takes and happy mistakes. You will practice script techniques and make adjustments on-camera so you can witness your growth through the two-hour session.

Rising City Arts wants everyone to be a winner. Mention We Heart Astoria and receive a 10% discount on any class*.

*Discount does not apply to Babies, Mommy n’ Me or Nia Classes

 

 

 

 
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About Emily Rios

Emily Rios manages special events, sponsored content and advertising clients as WHA's Business Development Director. She is a passionate and dedicated youth developer with a strong background in non-profit management, and works as Senior Manager of Youth Leadership at generationOn.

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Loganne

I’ve got to go with Martin Sheen as President Bartlet in The West Wing. Everyone on that show was remarkable, but Sheen so fantastically portrayed power and deference.

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Amber

My all time fav performance on ANY screen is Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance in the candy factory scene on that classic episode of I Love Lucy. It was hilarious, and such a great example of comedic timing and two actors working together in sync. I’ve seen it a million times and I still laugh like it’s the first!

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Lisa

Terry O’Quinn as John Locke on “Lost.” Such a powerful performance and he changed and evolved in the character as the seasons progressed.

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MIke

Kevin Spacey in “American Beauty.” He takes the regular everyman going through a mid-life crisis to a level that elevates him as an actor yet is still relatable to everyone watching.

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Aimee

Bryan Cranston as Walter White in all seasons of “Breaking Bad.” He gave such a masterful performance and completely transformed during the series!

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