Entertainment Industry Workshop
April 16, 2010 6:30PM

This workshop is an introduction to the many facets of the entertainment industry that will help students discover what gifts and talents they have. Creative EJ will provide opportunities to further develop gifts and talents in the entertainment industry. Professionals that have worked for many years in the entertainment business including Broadway, TV, commercials, print and runway modeling will share their experience.

Intro to Show Biz
Learn from professionals that have WORKED in the industry! Discover what it takes to work in the Entertainment Industry. This 60-minute workshop will provide an overview of all aspects of the industry including theater, musical theater, TV, film, commercial, print and modeling. Two industry professionals, Diamelen Partridge and Annette Calud, will host the workshop.

Diamelen got her start as a professional dancer and international runway and print model. She has worked with industry giants such as Dick Clark and Merv Griffin. Diamelen also has extensive experience as a fashion show choreography, director and pageant coach. She has worked closely with Ford Models and Abrahms Artists agencies. In addition to appearing on television as a spokesperson and host, she is also a much sought after creative stylist, make up artist, talent coach, event hostess and spokesperson.

Annette got her start in the entertainment industry singing and dancing at Marriott’s Great America, Walt Disney World and EPCOT Center. She worked as a professional actor in Chicago in theater productions before making her Broadway debut in New York as an original cast member of the show “Miss Saigon”. Soon she moved into the title role of “Kim”. Annette is also a former cast member of the children’s television show “Sesame Street” portraying the role of “Celina the Dance Teacher” She also has worked in print, industrials and national commercials.

Details
When: April 16, 2010 6:30PM
Where: Creative Ej @ The Palace Theater
Cost: $25 Age: 10 to 17 years old

Dress in comfortable shoes and loose clothing. Be prepared to do physical movement to warm up. Bring a notebook and something to write with. Workshop participants will get a taste of each facet in the entertainment industry.

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