classescollageOn-Camera Classes Taught by Premier Casting Directors

Learn from the best and make connections that advance your career. We offer ON-CAMERA classes with individual attention, taught by some of the most in-demand Casting Directors, Film Directors and industry insiders.  See our current schedule.

Additionally, most acting classes are on-camera and your work is emailed to you as a video clip within 48 hours of your classes to download and keep!!

sessionscollagePrivate Sessions with Industry Leading Agents and Managers

These personal, individual appointments with agents, casting directors and managers allow you to make an impression that gets results. See our current schedule.

Our careful screening of actors means that we attract some of the best guests in the business.

How we benefit YOU!

On Camera Classes

On Camera Classes

Your Own Personal Actor Webpage

Your Own Personal Actor Webpage

Access to Exclusive Casting Breakdowns

Access to Exclusive Casting Breakdowns

Free Consultations

Free Consultations

No Annual Fees or Dues

No Annual Fees or Dues

Get Started

All it takes is scheduling an audition ONLINE and being accepted to join One on One. You must create an account and log in. Once you log in, follow the simple steps online to schedule your audition appointment which requires a $10 payment.

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Applicants must be 18 years or older.

The Audition

Actors are screened by professional theatre directors for talent, professionalism, and demeanor.
During this appointment, you will be assessed by one of our working directors. You are already getting exposure from this appointment; several actors have been cast in their projects.

Auditions are on weekdays: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am – 1pm.

Our current directors are:

Laura Braza

Laura Braza

Artistic Director, The Attic Theater Company
Eddie Prunoske

Eddie Prunoske

Theatre Director
Marc Isaacman

Marc Isaacman

Executive Director, One on One

What to Prepare

One Scene or Two Contemporary Monologues

One Scene

Actors must prepare one contemporary scene from a published script (tv, film or theatre), no longer than two minutes, with no regional dialect other than your own.  If you choose a scene you MUST BRING YOUR OWN READER.  Your reader may audition as well so long as they bring their HS/Resume and let the front desk know upon checking in. Note: If your reader does not show, you lose your spot and must sign up again for another time. We strongly suggest having 2 monologues prepared just in case so you can still audition.

Two Contemporary Monologues

Actors must prepare two contemporary monologues from published scripts, no longer than one and a half minutes per piece, with no regional dialect other than your own.

We are looking for contemporary theatre or film and television pieces. They do not need to be contrasting – just your best work.

Headshot and Resume

Actors must bring a headshot and resume to the assessment appointment, demonstrating their solid training and a professional approach to auditioning.

After the Audition

After your audition you will be notified 24 hours later of your acceptance status.

If accepted, you will be contacted by email to attend an orientation. As a One on One member, there is a one-time registration fee of $50, which allows you to register for all of our events and gain access to our members only website. Your $10 deposit is applied to your registration fee. The remainder balance of $40 is due at the time of your scheduled orientation.

If not accepted, we understand there will be disappointment. We strongly advise you to take this as an opportunity to be patient with yourself and work on your craft for at least 3 months before scheduling another appointment. Keep your log in to re-schedule another appointment requiring another $10 deposit.