Teleprompter Skills Workshop

/Teleprompter Skills Workshop

april, 2017

23apr10:00 am12:00 pmTeleprompter Skills Workshop

Event Details

Over 80% of On-Camera Work Requires an Actor to be Proficient in Reading Teleprompter Software.

This workshop is a must for anyone seeking work on-camera. Teleprompter reading skills are invaluable for those seeking work in TV hosting, commercials, corporate and film. Kathy Wickline developed this workshop based on high demand from actors like you. Many of Kathy’s clients cannot even audition an actor unless they are proficient with this skill.

So set aside one afternoon to learn from the same teleprompter software used by professionals. In this workshop you will be taught how to read fluidly from a prompter using either commercials or corporate scripts.

You will also learn movement, expression/hand placement, timing and how to work as a team with a teleprompter operator. After this workshop you can add Teleprompter Proficient to your resume and be sure to let your agent know about your new skill!

About the Instructor

Dave Thomas has been working in front of and behind the camera for more than 25 years. Dave is an Emmy Award-Winning, media-savvy, creative thinking, Broadcast Journalist, Educator, and Business Owner with television, film, and even radio experience. From former Presidents of the United States like Bill Clinton, to famous icons of the music, sports and comedy industries, such as Sir Elton John, Chase Utley and Bonnie Hunt, just to name a few, he has worked with many well known celebrities.

Instructor: Dave Thomas
Date: Sunday April 23
Age range: 12 through adult
Experience: ALL
Fee: $55 ( $20 admin. fee)

Session 1 – 10:00am-12:00pm


(Sunday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Kathy Wickline Casting

1080 North Delaware Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125

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