Every Week Starting
September 29, 2010
About the Show
Underwriting & Sponsorship
Each week, a prominent actor gets together with a
small group of college drama students to talk about
their latest role in a current
Movie, TV Show, DVD
or Broadway production.
is part talk show, part workshop, part
behind the scenes and always entertaining, featuring a prominent actor each week.
Learn how they really get their roles, create memorable characters, and
discover acting secrets from their most recent movie, TV or stage production.
Each show is produced in 5 segments that cover
the broad spectrum of dramatic arts.
1. Getting The Job: An in-depth discussion with the artist about
their experience, the process of auditioning and getting their current
2. Character Development: A revealing look at the research,
preparation and attention to detail necessary bring a character to life.
3. Technique and Exercises: We will cover of the methods and techniques
actors use, and how they work on the set with other actors, directors, and
crew. Active discussion about their professional process including their own
physical preparation and how they work through reading, rehearsal and the
final production of a scene.
4. Student Critique: In this segment students question and exchange
views to better understand the performance and they discuss how to analyze and
appreciate the production.
5. Advice: Everyone wants to know what to do and how to have a
successful acting career. The star will use their own experiences to
help students understand the challenges and rewards of a career in dramatic
Because there is no studio audience, the show is more intimate and
spontaneous. The set is
designed to facilitate a closer proximity between the actors and the
students. It's more like a green room or studio lounge than a performance stage
because we've removed the barrier between the star and students.
The participating students are from internationally acclaimed School
of Drama at University of Washington. The moderator is noted drama
professor Andrew Tsao.
Sponsorships, Advertising and Brand Integration
Your support, as an advertiser or a
nonprofit underwriter, will help restore dramatic arts education in
our nation's schools.
For advertisers, this program presents a unique and exclusive opportunity to reach the
after 18-24 year-old college age market and the millions of people who enjoy
movies, TV shows and Broadway shows with compelling and current content across
multiple distribution platforms.
For nonprofit underwriters, corporate foundations and private
individuals, this program presents a valuable new voice that uses
today's multiple media platform to attract and education this large
audience about the importance and value of dramatic arts education.
The program is produced and distributed
globally by The Actors Hall of Fame, a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation with
proceeds that support dramatic arts education in our schools.
for information and a complete presentation. Thank you
Our Strategic Partners Include:
The University of Washington's School of Drama
is one of this country's
leading training institutions for theatre artists
The School offers a four-year
undergraduate liberal arts education,
Fine Arts degrees in acting, design, and directing,
and a PhD in theatre history and criticism.
For additional information on the
School of Drama,
click here for the website
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UWTV is one of
only a handful
of licensed broadcast channels operated by
major university in the United States. UWTV connects
over two million homes
the greater Seattle ADI on Comcast Channel 27. UWTV programs 24/7
directly from state of the art broadcast and
production studios on the University of Washington
campus in Seattle.
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