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Online Workshop: Self-Tape Review and Q&A

Online Workshop: Self-Tape Review and Q&A

Tutor: Lisa Pescia

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Lisa Pescia is a Los Angeles based actress, producer, director and teacher. Her training has been primarily with the late film and theatre director Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse for the last 25 years. She also studied with Mark Travis (The Directorʼs Journey) and co-taught a class for film directors with him at UCLA and AFI. She has taught international students for the last 3 years at TVI in Los Angeles. In 2013 Lisa held a seminar for both film directors and actors at ECIB in Barcelona and last year she brought her acting intensive workshop to Spotlight Studios in London. Besides acting in and directing numerous LA theater productions, Lisa co-founded the Beverly Hills Playhouse Production Company where she developed and produced over 100 original scripts with an emphasis on one-person shows and one-act festivals. She currently is an independent producer and an acting coach to international and local LA students while continuing to remain active in her TV, stage and film career. Television guest stars include: The Mentalist, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Parenthood, Without a Trace, Criminal Minds, Cold Case, Seek & Destroy (Showtime pilot with comedian Neal Brennan) and a recurring role on Seinfeld. Roger Corman gave Lisa her first break by casting her as the star of a Fatal Attraction-type thriller franchise in the early 90ʼs. In 2009 she played the mother of a serial killer in the horror film, 2:13, which was shot by Saw cinematographer, David Armstrong. Most recent film work includes: The M Word directed by Henry Jaglom, starring Frances Fisher and Michael Imperioli, Stealing Roses starring John Heard and Cindy Williams and the indie festival film, Last Ride on the Midwest Pacific. Lisa also wrote, directed, produced and acted in her first short festival film, the award-winning comedy Wedding Jimmy. She is most proud of recently completing a successful run of the critically acclaimed play, Citizen: An American Lyric at the Fountain Theatre in Hollywood.

Cancellation Policy

Please note that during this period of closure, online workshops are non-refundable and non-transferrable, unless a workshop is cancelled by The Actors Centre, in which case you will be entitled to a full refund.

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