Acting Classes

Actors: Want to improve your Acting skills, book work & build your resume? Register for a class today! For over 30 years Mike Lemon Casting has been the most trusted & respected place for ACTING CLASSES & WORKSHOPS.

For more info about our fabulous teachers, click on About Us in the top menu. Any questions about classes or workshops call us at 800-482-1889. All classes have limited enrollment, so sign up as soon as possible.


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Basics of Acting workshop for teens$95.00 (USD)  

Workshop Date: Saturday July 16

Time: 10am-2pm

Location: Mike Lemon Casting in King of Prussia

Instructor: Sandra Turner – bio

This workshop will give your teen the opportunity to begin their journey into the professional process of acting and a glimpse into the experience of being on an actual film or TV set.

We will cover basic script analysis, emotional and physical connection, character building plus the angles and storytelling of the camera.

The curriculum for this workshop is based on Practical Aesthetics an acting program taught at NYU.

In addition they will learn the process of TV and film auditioning as well as set etiquette from a working actress and former stage mother to actor Morgan Turner of JUMANJI fame. This is a rare firsthand knowledge opportunity into the world of film and television.

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Basics of Voiceover workshop (ages 18+)$95.00 (USD)  

Workshop Date: Saturday July 9

Time: 10am-2pm

Location: Mike Lemon Casting in King of Prussia

Instructor: Joanne Joella – bio

This workshop is designed to provide comprehensive answers to questions about the Voiceover industry.
  • What skills do working VO talent offer to the industry? You will receive a voice evaluation that let’s you know what you’re doing well and what needs attention.
  • How do I find jobs in voiceover? We’ll discuss casting, agents, managers, networking, self-marketing, and who and what to avoid.
  • How do I submit an audition? Learn considerations for prepping the read, slating, editing, and submitting an audition. What’s a .wav, .mp3 or .m4a, etc?
  • Can I work in VO and also work a full-time job?
  • Do I have to join the union (AFTRA)?
  • What type of audio equipment do I need to submit voiceover auditions?
  • What are the costs, and what do I need to create my own home studio? We’ll talk space, specific equipment, including mics that are right or wrong for your voice and level of control and expertise, and the best location in your home as well as what treatments may be needed for ambient sound control.
  • Before I spend money, how will I know if I’ve got what it takes to do VO?
What do I need? How do I begin? How can I be more successful? What am I doing…what am I doing WRONG?
These questions and concerns are the ones most commonly asked, and they need answers. Through lecture, handouts, audio samples, and time out for specific Q & A, workshop attendees should have a clear picture of how to enter, how to work in, and how to prosper from doing voiceover work.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++