Set Etiquette Fundamentals for Families

  • 65 Canadian dollars
  • ONLINE WORKSHOP

What to Expect

ONLINE WORKSHOP Saturday, November 26th 10am-12pm (Pacific Standard Time) with Asha Gill Like any workplace, a film set has customs, rules and expectations. Unlike most workplaces, children and their parents are expected to know and abide by these rules. How familiar are you with them? The Drama Class is proud to present an exciting series of workshops specifically crafted for the parents of child actors! With over 23 years of experience in multiple facets of the film/TV production industry including producing, directing, casting, production management/coordination, and talent representation, presenter Asha Gill has interacted with child actors and their parents and has seen what works and what doesn’t. In this workshop, Asha will be covering: -Covid Testing -The Costume Fitting: What to bring -The Table Read: What to expect and how to prepare -The Night Before: What to memorize, pack, get ready -Arriving at Circus: Where to go and who to check in with -Your Trailer -HMW: What does that mean? -Going to set -Food: Meals & Craft service -Wrap -and more! Your child is expected to behave like a little grown-up when they’re on set, so help teach them how to work as a professional actor so they can develop a great reputation. Behaving like a professional on set will help your child get the next job! Each workshop covers a different area in a child’s acting career, why not book all of them now and save $45? Purchase the "Parent Series Plan" on the Workshop page!


Contact Details

604-541-6431

info@thedramaclass.com