Emmy-nominated director to lead children's acting workshop in Stonington
Stonington _ Emmy-nominated Director Michael Lombardi will teach an acting workshop for children and teens ages 8 to 15 at the Stonington Community Center on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lombardi, an actor, writer, producer, and director, created the family comedy television series, Welcome to Grandpaville, and the upcoming new comedy series The Misadventures of Brooke & Carly.
The hands-on workshop will teach acting skills, such as how to differentiate between film, stage and television scripts, to effectively read from a teleprompter, performing in auditions either in person or online, and how to banish on-set anxiety. All workshop participants will receive a professional digital 8x10 headshot for their portfolios.
The cost for “Acting for the Camera” is $179 for community center members and $199 for nonmembers. For more information, or to register for the workshop, go to www.thecomo.org/drama-programs. Anyone with questions can call 860-535-2476.
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