September 12, 2011 12:49pm
Bartholet Acting Workshop
Source: Galaxy Publicity
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Award winning actor, James Bartholet will be conducting another of his popular acting workshops this Sunday, September 18 in West Hollywood.
Adult performers who want to sharpen their acting chops, will find this is a must-do workshop, and the new one day workshop will cover the basics of acting and improvisation, with on camera tapings of acting scenes.
The workshops will be in West Hollywood. The price will be $30.00 per student.
The classes are four to five hours long, and interested students should sign up now for workshop on the 18th. The workshop will start promptly at 12:00pm Noon to 4:30pm. Interested performers should contact Bartholet by email now at; email@example.com
"The workshop will go over scene study, character development, improvisation skills, and we will tape a scene that the students pick from a mainstream film, television, or stage production so they can have tape of themselves doing a mainstream scene. It’s important to work on your acting skills nowadays in adult with so many parodies and features being produced. Many fellow performers in the adult industry have taken this workshop, and have stated this workshop has helped them land the job, and helped them to shape and define the characters they have been playing," stated Bartholet.
Bartholet has many years experience in acting and directing in the mainstream industry, and acts in many adult features. Bartholet co stars in some of the industry’s biggest parodies and features. In January 2010, Bartholet received the 2011 AVN Award for "Best Performance Non Sex" for his portrayal of Bosley in XPlay/Digital Sin’s "Not Charlie’s Angels XXX".
Bartholet has a degree from Los Angeles Valley College, and has received several acting awards and nominations from his many years on stage. Bartholet trained with Act in San Francisco and with many different acting coaches in Los Angeles. Bartholet has performed in various stage productions from coast to coast, as well as television and films, and performed sketch comedy at the Comedy Store and the Ice House.