Good For The Arts is a non-profit organization that ignites creativity and individual greatness globally through transformative performing arts and charitable works that ultimately inspires self love, confidence, and artistic excellence in the United States and around the world.
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The Cultural Exchange Operation of GFTA focuses on creating opportunities for youth in communities abroad to work with and learn from Performing Artists and Industry Professionals.
The launch of this program took place in the Dominican Republic, as GFTA collaborated with Travis Payne Productions to conduct a series of performing arts workshops in dance and acting. International choreographer and director Travis Payne, who was Michael Jackson’s creative partner and chief choreographer, directed the final culmination of the series resulting in a unity video to Jackson’s music with over 100 youth in the Santo Domingo community. Other notable artists included Freddie Hendricks-Founder of The Youth Ensemble of Atlanta. The video is an honorable display of strength, hope, love and unity.
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Hi, I’m Rob with Good Acting Studio. Located in Marietta, we are the premier acting studio for children, teens, and adults across the entire region. With classes and workshops taught by industry pros, you won’t find better training anywhere and definitely not for a more reasonable price!
What is Good Acting Studio?
Good Acting Studio is the premier acting studio for children, teens, and adults around the entire region. With classes and workshops taught by industry professionals, you won’t find better training anywhere and definitely not for a more reasonable price! At Good Acting Studio, we believe that total actor training focuses on the mind, body, and spirit of the actor. We equip our students with the training and skills needed to come into their own as an actor and a creative. Good Acting Studio embraces the beginner, advanced, and professional actor in a way that brings out the very best in each of our students. We help you tap into your imagination and creativity, giving you the ability to take your acting skills and career, no matter where you are now to the next stage!
Why choose Good Acting Studio?
At Good Acting Studio we believe that anyone has the potential to be great. We embrace beginner, advanced, and professional actors and actresses in a way that stimulates the imagination and creativity which lies inherently in every human being. When you choose to work with Good Acting Studio we guarantee that you will be equipped with the tools necessary for creative discovery in various performance and entertainment mediums. In addition to professional training, our studio also provides audition taping for our students. We have all of the equipment you need to create a memorable, professional audition so you’ll get noticed. And with our talent search program, we help you find roles where you can shine and show the world what you can do!
What is the best method to contact Good Acting Studio?
For general inquiries, please fill out the contact form on Good Acting Studio’s, ‘Contact Us’ page or email us at email@example.com. We are constantly looking through our site correspondence and answering emails so your inquiries should be addressed shortly!
What number do I call if I need to reschedule or cancel my appointment?
If you need to reschedule or cancel your upcoming appointment with Good Acting Studio, a member of our studio staff can best be reached by calling our Studio line at (770) 628-7577. We look forward to assisting you in all your rescheduling and cancellation needs.
What areas does Good Acting Studio service?
Good Acting Studio is based in Marietta, GA and we have clients coming to us from across the surrounding areas. We like to rephrase this question and say that if you can get to us, we are ready to help you with your acting career. We also offer on-line coaching for clients anywhere on planet earth.
Who does Good Acting Studio provide services to?
Good Acting Studio is here to support the careers of all flourishing actors and actresses, of any age. Our classes are taught by industry professionals and aimed at children, teens, and adults across the entire region.
What are Good Acting Studio’s hours?
Good Acting Studio is open at varying times throughout the week: Mondays from 11:00AM to 9:00PM, Tuesdays from 11:00AM to 9:00PM, Wednesdays from 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Thursdays from 11:00AM to 9:00PM, Fridays from 9:00AM to 5:00PM, and Saturdays from 10:00AM to 6:00PM. Our varying times are meant to accommodate your busy schedule and we have extended our hours on some days and shortened them on others, to provide you with more opportunities to come and work with us.
Good Acting Studio states that it imparts the total actor training philosophy, what is total actor training?
Total actor training is the combination of the body, the mind, and the spirit that allows an actor or actress to be at their best. We approach total actor training by first strengthening the body as we explore how an actor expresses action. Next, the mind; we will work on the way an actor thinks. We will constantly be challenging our students to change up an actor or actress's psychological process. Finally, we will strengthen our acting spirits by exploring the heart of what inspires an actor or actress to create. Once we determine what part the body, the mind, and the spirit play in perfecting the art of acting, only then have we become total actors.
Michael Mario Good holds a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Theatre, a GPSC certification in Drama and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. He has worked as an Actor, Producer, and Director for over twenty years. As an educator, he has worked in various school systems as a drama teacher for all grade levels. He is an Acting Coach for Theatre, Film & Television, and has a passion for helping actors achieve their dreams. As Owner and Founder of Good Acting Studio, his vision is to train all actors from novice to professional to become a total actor. He holds true to the belief that “Character is not made in crisis, but is only exhibited.”