This is especially important to my principal talent...On Saturday, April 11th Breakdown Services’ Actors Access presents the Toronto Actor Symposium. Pick and choose from a variety of FREE seminars with Casting Directors that will teach you how to get that extra edge and book roles. The Toronto Actor Symposium gives you the “nuts and bolts” info you don’t usually get.
As an added bonus, give us your Actors Access link when you register and we will send it to all of the panelists from the seminars that you attend! (Show me how)
Register for your FREE Tickets now! Those with reservations will be seated first.
About the SymposiumWhen: April 11, 2015, 11:30 AM – 6 PM (door open at 10:30 AM)
Betty Oliphant Theatre404 Jarvis St.Toronto, ON M4Y 2G6 Tickets: Tickets are FREE! Register now with EventBrite.com for priority seating. This event is going to be fully booked up, so to get access you must pre-register or sign up for the waitlist. Pre-registration ends on April 8th at 8 PM Eastern.
Parking/Transportation: There is a parking structure around the corner at 405 Sherbourne Street that charges $1 / 30 mins ($6 daily max). Or, if you plan to take the TTC, the theatre is near the Wellesley or College subway stops.
About the Hosts and Sponsors
BREAKDOWN SERVICES – Breakdown Services, the parent company of Actors Access, has been an integral part of the professional casting process since 1971. We are committed to providing services that make the casting process more efficient and cost effective for everyone, from Casting Directors, to Agencies, to Actors. We are also dedicated to educating actors of every experience level, supporting events and symposiums like this one across North America.
BETTY OLIPHANT THEATRE – Located in the R.A. Laidlaw Centre, the Betty Oliphant Theatre (BOT) is a 265-seat proscenium arch theatre with a Georgian Court-style auditorium and a large fly tower. Tucked behind the façade of two Victorian mansions, it was designed by Jack Diamond, who is one of Canada’s premier architects. Acoustics were designed by Artec Consultants Inc. Bearing the name of Canada’s National Ballet School’s founder, the Betty Oliphant Theatre was originally built as a stage training facility to assist in students making the transition from studio to stage. The stage enables students to become comfortable training without mirrors and performing on-stage.
With over 30 years of experience working in the entertainment industry, in Casting, Representation, and Management.