Cheryl Rosenthal has had a successful career in film and video for 34 years. She spent the first 15 years of her career making national commercials, then shifted to corporate videos, allowing her to become more creative and involved in all aspects of storytelling.
Cheryl wears many hats including Producer, Director, DP, Casting, Location Scout, and Editor, and has worked on projects of all sizes and budgets. Cheryl works with the Bay Area's big players in tech and has filmed all over the country. She has cast voice over artists from around the world, and has directed many VO sessions. With a good ear for finding the right tone, and assisting actors to feel comfortable in front of a mic, Cheryl loves being part of a creative team.
The Professional Invitational features a different guest each time. During the first hour, Sally interviews our guest about their background, creative process, and how they audition and select talent. Then we open the floor to questions from attendees. Finally, 15 students will read copy and receive feedback from our guest.
You can attend our next Professional Invitational one of two ways:
• 15 standard spaces are available for normal attendance, which gives you the opportunity to read and receive feedback from our guest. These spots will go fast!
• 15 audit spaces are also available for students who wish to attend without performing during the final part of class - a great way to learn about the industry regardless of your experience level.
Guest: Cheryl Rosenthal
Host: Sally Clawson
Date: Wednesday, February 24
Time: 6:30-9:30pm PDT
Performer Cost: $140
Auditor Cost: $75
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