'VOICE OVER BODY SHOP' WEBCAST
Tonight - Work On Auditions With Booth Director
Everett Oliver, On Voice Over Body Shop Webcast
December 12, 2016
(VOXtra) - Many in voice overs say that your true job is to audition, audition, audition.
And tonight on the popular Voice Over Body Shop webcast (starting at 6 pm PT at vobs.tv), booth director / coach Everett Oliver will share his 22 years of industry experience in casting and directing auditions.
"We'll have some great fun with Everett as we explore ways to think out our auditions before we commit them to our hard drives and submissions," says Dan Lenard (the Home Studio Master), who co-hosts the popular Monday night webcast with George Whittam (voice over audio consultant to the stars).
The hosts will interview Everett and invite your questions - either now or during the webcast - sent to email@example.com.
Everett's credits include animation production for the The Simpsons and King Of The Hill. He also worked in casting for several other award-winning animated shows, direct-to-video/DVD programs, and animated specials for Columbia TriStar and Disney, distributed by the WB, ABC and SyFy.
Formerly working as a booth director at AVO Talent Agency in L.A., he has directed voice over actors in countless auditions for animation, commercials, interactive, promos, trailers, sound alike and narration.
While not an agent, he works with talent on a daily basis, and prides himself on knowing his actors inside and out so he can help them achieve their best performance and book the job.
Currently, Everett works as a private booth director, helping actors on their auditions. He also has guest directed for several voice over workshops and continues to mentor and teach VO talent with private coaching in animation and commercials.
Every Monday night, this entertaining and informative weekly webcast also features news from VoiceOverXtra. The lively Chat Room becomes a side show in itself! And the hosts answer home voice over studio tech questions, plus look at what else is new in VO tech
The online event starts at 9 p.m. Eastern; 8 p.m. Central; 7 p.m. Mountain; 6 p.m. Pacific.
Past shows can also be viewed any time on YouTube and at the VO-BS website: www.vobs.tv.
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