Get BRANDED! A mini-course.
Speak the language of agents and casting directors to pitch your unique you!
Branding... And no I don't mean taking the iron stake and burning it up and etching it into your tuchas/rear-end/ass whatever you like to call it.
Branding is the idea of honing you/your product so well and succinctly and specifically that an agent or a casting director knows exactly what it is you do, what it is you play and what your essence is in a matter of a second. It's your commercial.
You are an actor and you are selling yourself and you want to do it in the best and smartest way possible. In this mini-course I provide you with a 4 step worksheet and an audio mp3 that will take you through these steps so that you can create your own statement that best describes you! I also give you the ways to then use this branding statement to benefit your acting career.
Don't you want to pitch casting and agents using a short phrase that they can relate to that will separate you from the masses of other actors, allow your personliaty to pop off the page in cover letters and submissions and even help you choose your material so that your entire pacakge is in alignment? Then this is the tool for you! Be a smart proactive actor and work smarter not harder! Get BRANDED today!
Work this course from anywhere at anytime on your own time.
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