How To Get An Agent Class
Learn how to reach out to Reps that showcase your unique you and get results!
I created this course due to the outpouring of frustrated actors seeking rep to level up their career. And I do so by providing inspirational actionable advice without any added fluff so that you can work smarter and not harder in doing so. Students have gleaned Rep from following these steps and so can you! - Kimberly
Unlike auditions for theatre and casting finding an agent isn’t about the perfect song or monologue, this is about the power of your pitch and marketing materials that ring so true to an agent that they in turn can use them to sell you to casting and other artistic endeavors to make you both money! It’s all about the foundation of your actor biz from a savvy business perspective !! And these tools must come from a place and be geared with an understanding of what is in an agents or managers control and what is not.
If you are a proactive performer wanting to really hone your marketing tools and lay the solid foundation as mentioned above and leave with solid tips, tricks and templates to hone your marketing strategy to reach out to reps then take this class!
This class is based on Kimberly’s successful in-person group class. As this online class is new please check out what some of Kimberly’s in-person students have to say:
A performing arts multi-tasker extraordinaire and self-admitted workaholic, Kimberly Faye Greenberg is the first and only actor to play leading roles in two Off-Broadway musicals at the same time. In addition, Kimberly’s numerous portrayals of a Fanny Brice (4 shows/2 CDs) have been critically acclaimed by the New York Times, Huffington Post, and Associated Press. Kimberly has worked backstage as a Broadway wardrobe swing dresser on over 20 Broadway shows, including “Mean Girls,” “Something Rotten,” and “The Lion King.” As a performing arts consultant, Kimberly loves to inspire, educate and work with proactive artists to help conquer the New York market and encourages all wanting to work in the performing arts community to embrace their own uniqueness and find their own niche. In addition, as an all around Broadway expert, Kimberly’s interviews, articles, and Broadway content has been featured and gone viral across a variety of news outlets. www.thebroadwayexpert.com
What is an Agent and Manager and what are their differences. Also find out their daily office routines and get information on how to help them help you!
How to figure out which Reps to reach out to. This includes lots of strategies on how to research to figure out which ones are right for you and how/where to glean agent contact lists.
Focuses on the power of your pitch. This includes Branding worksheets to come up with your branding statement and strategies on different avenues to pitch reps your talents, as well as the importance of creating networking and castability lists and so much more!
Template for your cover letters as well as cover letter strategies
Follow-up protocol and more actionable advice.