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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Prepared Monologues and Cold Readings

SAG-AFTRA Nevada Local Conservatory Presents
Prepared Monologues and Cold Readings
with Ken Chandler

When: 1 - 5 p.m., Saturday, March 22, 2014
(Check-in: 12:30 p.m.)

Where: Inner Space Film Studio
1085 Palms Airport Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Ken Chandler will share experiences from his long and diverse career as a daytime television actor, voiceover artist and composer/jingle writer on what he uses as an actor to prep for performances. For those who come with a prepared script, Ken will give his input on how to improve the scene.  He also will have a few monologues for those who wish to do cold readings.

Ken’s background in the performing arts industry is vast, spanning several generations and is uniquely varied.  He'll be sure to offer some humorous tales from different chapters of his life.

Nevada Conservatory Cost: Pay by cash or check only the day of the event. You will need your SAG-AFTRA ID card to join as a member.

SAG-AFTRA Members: $40 a year or $20 per workshop.
Others: $80 a year or $20 per workshop.

Questions: For more details on how to join the Conservatory, please email Nevada@sagaftra.org.

RSVP: No RSVP necessary.

About Ken Chandler
Ken Chandler’s work has taken him across North America where he has worked as a singer, composer and daytime television, episodic TV and film actor. He is also a jingle writer and voiceover artist.

His history began in New York studying with legendary disciples of the Group Theatre, most notably Sandy Meisner. He was also a member of the Neighborhood Playhouse studying with Bob Modica. He continued his education in Los Angeles with Jeff Corey, Daryll Hickman, Charles Stern and Dee Wallace Stone.

Ken's love of music made him a top charting artist with Cash Box and Billboard magazine. He’s worked with renowned performers such as, Dionne Warwick, Bobby Vinton and Neil Sedaka, among others.

With continued dedication to acting Ken found himself booked repeatedly on daytime television shows such as Edge of Night, Love is a Many Splendored Thing and Sunset Beach. His episodic television credits include Fitz & Bone, The Six Million Dollar Man, Rockford Files and Quincy, to name just a few.  He has also enjoyed working on film projects such as Third Girl from the Left (Tony Curtis and Kim Novak), Super Cops (Gordon Parks) and Tammy and the T-Rex (Denise Richards).

This seminar is for informational purposes and does not constitute SAG-AFTRA’s endorsement of any particular product, service, or provider.

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