ONLINE CLASS (10am PT / 1pm ET): TV/Film Auditions with Ted Sluberski
Dates: Sat 11/7 @ 1pm ET / 10am PT
Meets 2 times: 11/7 11/14
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You will receive a Zoom link and instructions at least 6 hours before the beginning of class. Please check your spam and promotions folder. If you still do not see the email, please email us at email@example.com! If you sign up for the class the day before or the day of, please also email us so we can provide you with your Zoom link.
****THIS CLASS IS ONLY FOR NEW STUDENTS: ACTORS WHO HAVE NOT ALREADY STUDIED WITH TED****
*****PLEASE NOTE: THIS COURSE IS FOCUSED ON BUILDING YOUR SKILL IN THE AUDITION ROOM AND REQUIRES A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF STUDY.
MEMORIZATION IS REQUIRED TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THIS EVENT ****
This class is set-up to work on enhancing any aspect of breaking down a script and making the most signature and artistic choices whether its a guest role or a long term series regular role. Everything discussed in class is applicable to an audition - or working on a series or film. It's all about what you are going to do with the role- that is authentic to you - and works within the world of the play and the tv/film medium. EACH WEEK sides will be chosen for you to hone in on the platform/genre/style and placement on the call sheet you wish to work within based on a dialogue started with yourself and Ted prior to class -
Ted Sluberski is an audition/acting coach in New York. Actors Ted has coached privately or has worked with in a class setting have gone on to book series regulars in network television and pilots, principal roles in feature films and roles on Broadway, Off Broadway and the regional stage. His students get callbacks for ABC, NBC, HBO, 20th CENTURY FOX, NEW LINE CINEMA, SHOWTIME & more!
Here are what some of Ted's colleauges and clients have said about his class:
Seeing the mess that many acting coaches have made of auditions, I've come to the conclusion that hiring one can be a little like playing Russian roulette. I've known and admired Ted Sluberski for over 10 years and he is one of the only acting coaches that I would ever wholeheartedly recommend. His keen intelligence, razor sharp sense of humor, and uncanny knowledge of what is needed for an audition is rare and absolutely invaluable." Marci Phillips, Casting Director ABC Primetime
Ted's unique comprehensive and integrative approach to auditioning and scene work, allows actors to dissect material from both a business and artistic standpoint, creating more dynamic, specific and original performances. Ted is incredibly honest and constructive in a productive way and this, coupled with his accrued knowledge from years in the business, make him the perfect coach for actors at any stage in their career. HIs preparation and dedication to each individual actor is unparralleled. Working with Ted has helped me walk into every room feeling my most prepared and let's me leave feeling like I wouldn't have wanted to do anything differently." Rachel Brosnahan The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, WGN's Manhattan, House of Cards, Black Box
The only things you need are :
- Reliable Internet (Ethernet or Fast WiFI)
- A Laptop/Desktop computer is recommended (Phones/Tablets are doable)
- Quiet Room/Space
Hone and perfect your TV/Film audition skills in this 2-week class with master audition coach Ted Sluberski! In class, Ted generously works with you, giving you feedback and adjustments to your scene.
Week 1: Ted will assign you a scene prior to class. He will reach out to you directly via email and start a dialogue on what kind of material you would like to focus on.
Week 2: Ted will assign you a scene prior to class. He will reach out to you directly via email and start a dialogue on what kind of material you would like to focus on.
Ted's class will include:
Assigned Scenes On-Camera Videos Sent
- Account - Please go to My Account to create your webpage. This is especially important because Ted will assign material based on a fully completed webpage!
- Sides - Ted will assign you recent audition material from TV & FILM! Look out for your sides assignments to be emailed directly to you approximately 1 - 3 days prior to the start of class. TED WILL CONTACT YOU DIRECTLY THROUGH EMAIL BEFORE THE CLASS STARTS. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE NOT MADE CONTACT WITH TED TWO (2) DAYS BEFORE THE CLASS BEGINS.
- Reader - Make sure to bring 2 COPIES OF YOUR SIDES (one with the reader's lines highlighted).
- Headshot/Resume - ALWAYS BRING A HARD COPY TO CLASS FOR FEEDBACK PURPOSES. When the class is over, the guest teaching this class will not be taking nor given access to your headshot, resume, or any other of your promotional materials per CSA guidelines.
You MUST have a reliable internet connection in order to have the optimal experience. One on One will NOT credit you if your class experience is affected by internet or technical issues on your end.
The Zoom link for each class is sent out approximately 6 hours beforehand. It is your responsibility to make sure you have the link and to reach out to One on One PRIOR to the start of class if you have not received it. Please be sure to check your Inbox, Promotions, and Spam folders.
If you sign up for an Online Class the day of, you must email firstname.lastname@example.org so you can be sent the Zoom link for the class.
One on One is proud to offer our online classes with casting directors in both NYC & Los Angeles. The start time of the class along with the respective time zone is listed clearly on the class page. It is your responsibility to mark your calendars accordingly. One on One will NOT credit you if you did not take the time zone of the class into account.
*** Class Structure is subject to change. ***
Please understand that our workshops and classes are not job interviews or auditions. The presence of an industry guest is neither a guarantee nor a promise of employment, and such contact as you may have with a guest in a workshop rarely results in any further contact with that person. All workshop companies are prohibited by law from offering or attempting to obtain auditions or employment for you. ** It is the law for all talent training services, of which workshops are a part, to be bonded with the Labor Commissioner of the City of Los Angeles. This seminar or class is for educational purposes only and will not secure or provide opportunity for employment in the field or representation by an agent. Next Level Studios/One on One is bonded in the State of California: #70978001
About Ted Sluberski▼
Ted Sluberski is an audition/acting coach in New York. Actors Ted has coached privately or has worked with in a class setting have gone on to book series regulars in network television and pilots, principal roles in feature films and roles on Broadway, Off Broadway and the regional stage.
In television he has coached actors who have booked series regular roles on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Deuce,Lethal Weapon, Superior Donuts, How to Get Away With Murder, Blindspot, Fear of the Walking Dead, Nite Cap, Chicago PD, Divorce, Power, Get Shorty, House of Cards, Dare Devil, Riverdale, Shadow Hunters, Suits, The Arrangement, You, Sea Oak. His clients have also been featured on The Americans, Billions, The Blacklist, Bull, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife, Minority Report, Chicago Med, Gospel According to Kevin, Kevin Saves the World, L & O SVU,
SNL, Long Road Home, Madame Secretary, Mr. Robot, Odd Mom Out, Quantico, Scream, Mary and Jane, The Brave, Kaczynski, The Path, Empire, Gotham, Homeland, Mercy Street, Orange is the New Black, Red Oaks, Shades of Blue, Younger, Sneaky Pete, Vinyl, The Knick, Time After Time, Z: The Beginning, The Young Pope, West World, Benders amongst others.
Many actors have landed roles in features which include; The upcoming Second Act, new Woody Allen, new Spike Lee, new Mindy Kaling, Valley Girl, Luce as well as features previously released: La La Land, Happy Death Day, Crazy Rich Asians, Detroit, Neighbors 2, Logan Lucky, Mapplethorpe, Set It Up, My Man is a Loser, Lily and Kat, Tokarev, The Rewrite, Walking Among Tombstones, Not Fade Away, Better Living Through Chemistry, New Years Eve, Sarah’s Key, Premium Rush, Petunia, We Need to Talk About Brian, All Good Things, I Hate Valentines Day, Confessions of a Shopaholic, Julia and Julie, Taking Woodstock, and Red Dawn.
And in theatre, actors have been recently called back or landed roles in plays and musicals such as: Hamilton, Wolves, Oslo, Bandstand, In Transit, Beautiful, Waitress, A View From the Bridge, Sunset Boulevard, This is Our Youth, Heidi Chronicles, Wicked, Six Degrees of Separation, Othello, The Real Thing, Grand Concourse, Wayside Motor Inn, The Library, Your Mothers Copy of the Kama Sutra, Assembled Parties, The Curious Incident of the Dog, I and You, Once, Beautiful, Of Mice and Men, When We Were Young..., The Big Knife, Outside Mullingar, If/Then, Kinky Boots, Bad Jews, Act One, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Commons of Pensacola, Detroit, February House, Angels in America, Kin, Rock of Ages, and Jersey Boys as well as various other productions throughout NYC and several regional theatre venues.
Ted has also coached many young actors who have completed or are in graduate acting programs at Yale, NYU, ACT, ART, Juilliard, Brown/Trinity, Denver Center, Old Globe, UCSD and the prestigious Actors Studio.
Ted worked in casting director for over twenty years, and knows what producers, directors, writers and casting directors are looking for in an audition. His professional career began as an assistant at ICM, and then the J. Michael Bloom Agency followed by Grey Advertising (where he cast over 1500 commercials). He was the Work Shop director at the Williamstown Theatre Festival for four seasons selecting and mentoring actors in the Non Equity Company and the Apprentice Company as well as selecting and mentoring the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival Directing Corp. He has been the director of the ABC Diversity Showcase in New York and Los Angeles as well as having directed theatre at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, New York Fringe Festival, Premiere Stages and several plays and readings in New York and LA. He taught at NYU Tisch School of the Arts/Stonestreet for over a decade, teaching classes in auditioning for film and television and the business skills of being an actor. Currently he coaches and teaches privately at his own studio.