COLUMBIA, SC – Walking on Water (WOW) Productions has partnered with actor and talent/casting agent GregAlan Williams to present two (2) exciting and informative workshops for aspiring and experienced actors in the Midlands and surrounding areas. Williams has 30+ years of experience in Series TV, Film and Theatre including a broad list of credits include recurring roles on the USA network show Necessary Roughness, HBO’s The Sopranos, Remember The Titans (Denzel Washington) and he is still known for his role as beach cop Garner Ellerbee on the most watched television show in the world, Baywatch. Most recently he was cast in CBS’s new series Secrets and Lies (opposite Jason Lee, Derek Luke & Jill Scott) and The Terminator movie due out in 2015.
The Actor’s Breakthrough Weekend will take place October 31st – November 1st. The Master’s Class will be Friday, October 31st, 2014 from 6pm to 10:30pm and Saturday, November 1st from 7pm to 10pm and the Beginner’s Class will be Saturday, November 1st from 10am to 5pm (Beginner’s Class) at the WOW Performing Arts Center (5816 Shakespeare Road, Ste A, Columbia, SC 29223). Tickets to the workshop are $75/$115 (early bird) and $99/$150 after October 18th. Tickets may be purchased online at www.wowproduction.org, please call 803-807-2969 for additional information.
ABOUT THE ACTOR’S BREAKTHROUGH WEEKEND
WOW Productions began their relationship with the Emmy Award winner in 2013 while preparing for their breakout hit stage play “Confessions of A Good Man”, when he came for a private workshop with WOW’s cast. Then in early 2014 Williams returned and they presented a one-day workshop for the public titled Acting Keys, where Williams shared his secrets to success in theatre, screen and TV. Those who attended the workshop left raving about Williams’ exhaustive knowledge and one-on-one coaching style, but they desired more and after seeing the goldmine of talent in the area so did Williams. Excited about his partnership, Williams has put together an amazing workshop program to take place over the course of two days in Columbia.
During the Actor’s Breakthrough Weekend, Williams will teach two full-day workshops. The Acting for the Camera: Series TV and Feature Film workshop takes place on November 1st and is for beginning actors or early professionals interested in working in film, television and theatre. The actors can have little to no acting experience, but want to learn the fundamentals of working on film and television sets or on a live stage. The advanced workshop on the evenings of October 31st and November 1st, Mastery Institute for Film & Television, is for actors on or near the master level. Master level actors would have an extensive theatre background, some film and television work. Williams will be zeroing in on audition mastery, what it takes to win roles in series television and feature film, the business of the business and more! In order to take part in the Mastery Institute all participants must submit a video audition of a one-minute monologue; audition links must be submitted to [email protected]. Visit www.wowproduction.org to register or for more info call 803-807-2969.
WOW Productions has a mission to inspire, educate, encourage and empower artists and audiences to make communities more conscious and compassionate places. WOW believes in utilizing local and upcoming artists who also share the desire to utilize the performing arts in making a difference in not only their surrounding communities, but nationwide. WOW has recently opened up a Performing Arts Center on Shakespeare Road to provide training and acting classes for locals and aspiring artists. For more information: Call 803.807.2969 or visit www.wowproduction.org.