Mighty Youth Acting Workshop: Monologues & Mighty Parents (Ages 8-14)


You asked and I deliver! This Youth workshop with also be for the MIGHTY PARENTS! That’s right! We will spend the first half of class (hour and a half) with the actors doing monologues. Many films, tv shows and commercials are asking kids to do monologues. Are your kids prepared? Actors should come with TWO 60/90 second monologues to work on. They should be memorized so we can dive right in and film them in class. Then you can bring home some great footage to share with your agents, directors and for castings.

As for the PARENTS, I will dedicate the second half of class (hour and a half) all to YOU! So bring your questions, concerns, kid’s resume, headshots, anything you want to talk about. I will go over casting sites, how to manage your kiddos without overwhelming them, and talk about the business of the business in the NW. Hope to see you!


**Please bring a HD Memory Card (for filming in class), water bottle (stay hydrated) and snack (never be hungry).

Mighty Tripod Productions

Mighty Tripod Productions offers on-camera education for the Seattle-area actor. We specialize in teaching the craft of acting for the camera - TV, film, commercial, and corporate. We teach 5 week courses and one-day intensives.

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Reviews of Mighty Tripod Productions

(2 Reviews)
Heather W.
These guys are amazing teachers. They have all the information that you could ever need to get started (or refreshed) in the business around here! I have learned so many things about auditioning, commercial work, what a good headshot looks like, how to develop a scene, character development and hours of scene work! If you are wanting to get started and don't know where to start, YOU HAVE FOUND IT. I feel way more confident now!
Amanda B.
This is a very beneficial team to study with. Awesome folk. If you're a seasoned actor or a newbie, you can take something substantial away. Whether it is refreshing on breaking down a script, some technical camera aspects, chatting about the business or, most importantly, character building then you're going to the right place. It's a healthy mix of renew, revitalize and connect. I've also had great networking through the class. Lastly, they recognize that one approach doesn't work for all actors, (but will offer great approaches) they just want to see and get the best out of you. Looking forward to taking more.