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Paul Michael's The Network

Operations & New Client Registration- assistant@thenetworknyc.com

Executive Director- pmichael@thenetworknyc.com

Tel: 646.418.8527

 

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4 Week BEING on Camera w/ Paul Michael
When: Jan 20th - Feb 10th @ 11am-1:30pm

Paul is an expert at typing and branding actors and in finding the exact material to showcase in front of casting directors.

The BEING on Camera
4 week class with a CD guest on last day

"If you are looking for major growth in your scene work and all around as an actor, this is the class to take!"- Shane Knudsen - Dec 2015



"I recently started taking classes with Paul. The Being On Camera class is by far the best on camera class I have ever taken. Paul has a knack for picking out the best scenes for you and working with you in a way that builds you up as an actor. If you're looking to up your acting skills, this is definitely the class you want to take".- Rose Cordova- Feb 2016

The BEING on Camera 4 Week - January 20th

$375.00Price
  • Paul J. Michael is a veteran stage director whose work includes numerous productions in NewYork City. He was an original company member of Broadway's Beauty and the Beast and has worked at many Off-Broadway theatres, including Ensemble Studio Theatre, Circle Rep and The Actor's Playhouse. Directing credits include Jan Buttram's An Island to Themselves (starring Kathleen Chalfant, Zoe Kazan and Bobby Steggert), Harley Adams' Play #3 (winner of the Samuel French Festival), Minus Some Buttons (a currently published Samuel French play as a result of this production), and the award winning one woman show, Brownsville Bred. Paul most recently directed Cover which received rave reviews, played to sold out audiences and garnered him the Outstanding Director Award 2014 from the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

    Paul is the founder and Executive Director of the Network where he has personally interviewed and advised over 25,000 actors and has guided their careers through private consultations and his acclaimed business classes. He is the creator of the ever popular EDGE program, an advanced Film and TV program, which has produced more successes than any other program available. 

    He produced four years of The Network One Act Festival, a three week festival featuring forty-four new short plays. He also co-produced Duck Town, directed by two-time Emmy-award winner Peter Miner at the Ensemble Studio Theatre as well as Bill Russell’s, Elegies for Angels Punks and Raging Queens with a star studded cast of 43 award winning actors.

    Paul holds a Master's degree in Directing from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.

     

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    "If you are looking for major growth in your scene work and all around as an actor, this is the class to take!"- Shane Knudsen - Dec 2015

     

    "I recently started taking classes with Paul.  The Being On Camera class is by far the best on camera class I have ever taken.  Paul has a knack for picking out the best scenes for you and working with you in a way that builds you up as an actor.  If you're looking to up your acting skills, this is definitely the class you want to take".- Rose Cordova-  Feb 2016

     

    "It's been a great time with Paul and my class mates. 
    Paul is so amazingly present it is sheer pleasure to open, to work, to learn and exchange." Julie Berndt, August 2016

     

     

    "I enjoyed the insights about Auditioning and learning about how to use the camera as well." Charles J. Lewis, Client