Creative Ej and FOCUS Acting Studio is a place for actors to learn basic acting techniques as we will train and lead them in their development process. Whether you are just starting out, have experience, auditioning for a featured film, television show, commercial, or trying out for the school play our summer camps are designed and will FOCUS on teach- ing the actor at all levels. Each class is limited to 15 students allowing us to provide one on one instruction. FOCUS Actoring Studio believes an integration of foundation technique and Industry education is imperative for cultivating a multi-faceted acting career.
There is no camp like this around! FOCUS Acting Camp has top of the line video camcorders, green screen technology, and leading video editing soft- ware! Your actor will be seen on TV, create their own commercials, and have fun doing it!
￼WE WILL FOCUS on a multitude of acting genres that tap into the actor’s creative imagination. The actors learn how to FOCUS, concentrate, take direction, use their voice and body as a tool, and express various emotions. Actors will learn how to act on camera using HD Cameras ￼and Green Screen Technology. They will edit their very own commercials, news broadcasting scenes, film scenes, and much more. They will also learn the audition process and gain knowledge on what casting directors are looking for. The actor will develop self confidence, awareness, esteem, and respect, but above all they have fun!
Each actor will take home their very own DVD with them on the BIG SCREEN!
Location: Creative Ej
11148 Treynorth Suite B
Cornelius, NC 28031
Camp #1 June 18th-22nd
Camp #2 June 25th-29th Ages: 6-18 years old
Cost: $125.00 per camp
9 am-12 pm 9 am-12 pm
For more information please contact Cody or Elise at
firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 828.429.2145
Worship Services and Events
Is your church meeting in a school or other space, requiring everything to be set up every week? Our theater is available for weekly Sunday morning or afternoon / evening services. Take advantage of our full stage with equipment, video projection, lights, and sound system to take your services to the next level with less effort.
Are you looking for a location for your next Event, Video Shoot, Live Recording, CD Release Party, Concert, Corporate Outing, Worship Activity, etc? We are currently booking summer and fall events for our theater at The Palace. Please call for details and rates.
Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
We have been offered the opportunity to host some national concerts at the Palace later this year, which would require the participation of corporate sponsors. If your company would benefit from additional marketing exposure this year, please contact us.
Creative Ej owner - Jeff Gastineau was the featured speaker at two seminars during the recent NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA. Jeff conducted seminars on integrating technology in music instruction, and maintaining student motivation at the show's NAMM University Idea Center. He also participated in a panel discussing innovative ways to promote music education through bands, camps, and other activities.
NAMM, the trade association of the international music products industry, reported 85,799 registrants and 1,505 exhibitors at this year’s show.
The high-energy event featured performances by Yamaha artist Alicia Keys, who launched a new product line at the show, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, and Billy Bob Thornton & the Boxmasters. Celebrity appearances included Gene Simmons, who offered retailers marketing advice at the opening “Breakfast of Champions” NAMM University session, and Steve Vai, who launched a new amplifier with Carvin.
Themed “Come Together,” the show offered attendees the opportunity to reunite with industry peers, learn the latest business and marketing tactics and trends at daily NAMM University sessions, and ultimately make their biggest business deals for the year ahead.
Creative Ej was featured in a cover story in the April 2008 edition of Lake Norman Magazine. Here is an excerpt of the article...
LET THE PERFORMER SHINE
SCHOOLS HELP STUDENTS POLISH THEIR TALENTS
By Barbara J. Mayer | Photos By Richard Rudisill April 2008
The popularity of TV shows such as “American Idol” and “Dancing with the Stars” is evidence of strong interest in the performing arts. That interest has led to rising enrollments for at least two Lake Norman area schools that specialize in teaching music, dance, drama and visual art to children and adults.
Creative Ej in Huntersville and Masterworks School of the Arts, with locations in Davidson and Mooresville, offer a variety of performance-type lessons. While their students may not become instant stars, they do get many opportunities to perform on-site and in the community. More...
CREATIVE Ej GETS SMART
Jeff Gastineau, VP of Creative Ej, and their Elite E72 Smart Console running Logic Pro with Pro Tools.
Since opening their new facility in North Carolina in April of this year, Creative Ej has been turning some heads in the American Southeast.
Creative Ej (think ‘Edge’), in North Carolina, was built as a ‘complete music center’ and is designed to provide it’s music students with a wide array of educational options ranging from contemporary music instruction, audio technology and production skills, right through to musicianship and music business affairs.
It’s an ambitious project, featuring a modern 10,000 square foot timber frame building located on a seven acre campus near Charlotte, NC. The facility includes a 200+ seat performance theater, a studio, a host of classrooms, lesson rooms, rehearsal areas, and plans for further expansion throughout the United States.
The studio is based around an Elite E72 Smart console fitted with 24 faders which controls either Logic Pro or Pro Tools, as the need arises. The console is capable of controlling up to 216 channels – so project size is never an issue.
But after the students go home, the recording begins, and the same control room is then used as a professional production studio specializing in surround, multi-media and DVD content as well as full scale band recording. More...