David Dean Bottrell to lead free audition workshop; Renowned character actor and playwright of ‘Dearly Departed’ to offer ‘Impressive Auditions’ seminar at WBTT

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David Dean Bottrell to lead free audition workshop
Renowned character actor and playwright of ‘Dearly Departed’ to offer ‘Impressive Auditions’ seminar at WBTT
SARASOTA, FL – David Dean Bottrell, working actor and playwright of “Dearly Departed” – which is currently being performed by Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe – will be holding a free two-hour seminar, “Impressive Auditions,” at the Westcoast Black Theatre. This seminar is for working actors who want to fully realize every audition opportunity.
A working character actor, Bottrell has been featured on “Modern Family,” “Mad Men,” “True Blood,” “The Blacklist,” “Criminal Minds,” “NCIS,” “Rectify,” “Longmire,” “Justified,” “Boston Legal,” and more. He teaches actors how to make the most of their three minutes in the room during an audition. The workshop includes 10 creative yet highly practical approaches on how to prepare sides, work with “bad” readers, overcome nerves, and make a solid impression every time you audition.
Bottrell has taught acting and audition courses for both student and professional actors through the UCLA Professional Acting Program, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NY & L.A. campuses), Michigan Makes Movies, the SAG Conservatory, and the SAG-AFTRA Continuing Education Program.
Takes place on Monday, May 8, 7:30-9:30 p.m. on the stage at WBTT (1646 10th Way, Sarasota). Open to actors only; RSVP required by May 5 at 4 p.m. to Travis Ray at [email protected] or (941) 404-7801.
About Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe:
The Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe of Florida, Inc. is the only professional black theater company on Florida’s West Coast. The mission is to produce professional theatre that promotes and celebrates the African-American experience, to attract diverse audiences, to support and develop African-American artists, and to build the self-esteem of African-American youth. For more information on WBTT, visit the website at westcoastblacktheatre.org or call (941) 366-1505.
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