Sign up on Friday at Press Table from 3pm to 6pm. Saturday/Sunday/Monday sign up at Information Booth (3rd Floor).
Vocalist Critiques - Romeo Johnson
Romeo Johnson has contracted vocalists for Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera & John Legend. Romeo was the vocal coach of “the Voice” Season 1-4 and Vocal Director for MTV’s P. Diddy’s “Making His Band.” He has toured with Michael Jackson, Ne-Yo, Queen Latifah and more. Romeo will use his expertise from the thousands of auditions he has conducted for major celebrities. Learn how to pick the the right song…what is your look…how to conduct yourself during an audition. Critiques: Wednesday & Thursday 9am to 5pm.
Dancer Critiques - Amy Morgan
Amy Morgan teaches her own heels technique class at the famous Millennium Dance Complex. She performed with Beyonce at the 2010 Billboard Awards and at the 2014 VMA’s and has traveled to South Africa and Shanghai to teach and share her passion for dance. Her critiques will focus on technique and cleanliness but also dive into the performance/storytelling aspect of the routine (including costume and song choice) and how to make the piece stand out even more. Critiques: Thursday and Friday 9am to 5pm.
Band & Instrumentalist Critiques - Jeffrey Weber
Jeffrey Weber is a 2 time Grammy winner with 7 Grammy nominations. He has produced over 185 CDs with releases on just about every major label. He has produced more than 17 top ten albums and 2 number one albums. Jeff will evaluate your performance based on emotional impact, sincerity, believability, command of your instruments, commitment to the song, the integrity of your performance, stage presence, body language and facial expression. Critiques: Thursday 9am to 1pm and 7pm to 9pm…Friday 9am to 3pm.
Actors Critique - Javier Ronceros
Javier has worked with numerous award winning actors, producers and directors in his 30 year career and has just co-starred in the Mark Wahlberg film “Instant Family.” He has taught Acting and Auditioning techniques at the SAG Conservatory, Los Angeles and American Film Institute. Critiques are based on how the actor fits the monologue, is the actor authentic, believable, clear and cohesive. Does the monologue fit the purpose. A good monologue is the actors best way to sell themselves. Wednesday 4:30pm to 8:30pm…Thursday 9am to 1pm & 7pm to 9pm.