A Blueprint For Audition Power

We get it. Your rent, your health insurance, and the very invalidation of your life choices are at stake every audition. And left unchecked, the gut-punch of bad feedback or the deafening silence or indifference start to make you stray from what books work. It makes you fear the audition and expect to be disappointed.  Your work begins to narrow and your artistry eventually dies.

To book work, you must let go and let your unique artistry propel you into the room like a conquering hero. Questions like, “what do I wear?”  “where do I look?” “should I sit or should I stand?” are the questions of an amateur. Champions let the work affect them, have a strong point of view and make bold choices that are guided by their well-tuned instincts. And after doing that work, they walk in the room and boldly offer their work with muscular generosity. The Audition Revolution is an 8 Week Class that shows you how to step boldly into the light of your unique artistry and burn the audition room to the ground with your talent.


The Revolution BEGINS

And it starts with you.

The Audition Revolution is more than an 8 week class. It’s our hope for the work and the industry.  And The Revolution starts with you. You must be a leader, you must be unique and you must know that your work is essential.  The Audition Revolution frees you from what’s in your way and takes you to your undeniable audition power.

The Details

DATES:April 15 – June 10. (No class Memorial Day weekend)
Duration:8 weeks. 2pm-5pm. Sign up now as this class fills fast!
Location:The BGB Studio
10999 Riverside Dr., Suite 301
North Hollywood, CA 91602
Requirements:An open heart and mind. There are no make-ups for this 8-week class. (Cancellation Policy)
Cost:2 installments of $320. — $640 for the entire 8-week program.

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The Work

You will be guided through your 8 week journey by our amazing BGB Master Teachers. Here is an outline of what’s to come!

Class 1 – The Audition: Face your resistance head on. The camera, the casting director, the audition room. No coddling, no excuses. What will come up?

Class 2 – Getting Comfortable in the Room: How can you start to get comfortable by taking command of the work you do in your audition?

Class 3 – The Beginning, Middle, and End: Get super specific in crafting your audition.

Class 4 – Your Unique Voice: Find your own beautiful, unique voice in every moment of your audition… and in all the work you do.

Class 5 – The Power of Choices: Take total ownership of your audition by getting present, getting personal, getting connected.

Class 6 –  The Real Audition Room: You’ve never seen the audition process like this.

Class 7 – Owning the Moment: Learn to fly without a net. Trust your instincts and own your talent.

Class 8 – The Booking Mindset: Navigate the treacherous waters of your mind to become an audition champion.

The above schedule is subject to change.

This class is not an audition or employment opportunity and there is no suggestion or guarantee of an audition or employment as a result of taking this class.

Your Teacher(s)
  • Caroline Liem
    Caroline LiemTeacherCaroline Liem has cast series, pilots, independent/studio features for Fox, Disney Studios, Sony, Warner Bros, Nick Jr, ABC, CBS, NBC, The CW. An international teacher and faculty at Pace Univ., Caroline’s joy and expertise is sharing insight and technique to uncover and guide the artist in recognizing and fully committing to what is unique, genuine and truthful in his or her work. You already possess everything to deliver the best performance under every circumstance. She is thrilled to be included in BGB’s The Audition Revolution. More on Caroline here.
  • Jami Rudofsky
    Jami RudofskyTeacher

    Jami had been casting for over 20 years and has worked in every medium. She has previously cast Season 4 of MASTERS OF SEX. She approaches coaching from the perspective of a working Casting Director, helping you identify choices you might not have thought about in preparation. By the time you walk out of your session, you will have the confidence to own the room and the ability to bring you best self to the audition. More on Jami here.

  • James Eckhouse
    James EckhouseTeacher

    James has acted in well over a hundred films and TV shows and has performed on and Off Broadway and in regional theaters across the country…starred opposite Bryan Cranston in the Tony Award winning drama, ALL THE WAY…best known to TV audiences as Jim Walsh on the original BEVERLY HILLS 90210… directed several short films and in episodic TV including the award winning drama, ONCE AND AGAIN.

    James has been teaching for 12 years at various studios in LA. He trained at CHICAGO’S SECOND CITY and received his BFA in drama from THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL. More on James here


    Corey Parker, an acclaimed actor in his own right, has trained actors on and off Broadway, on TV, and in film for 17 years. He has coached Patrick Dempsey, Sean Combs, Annaleigh Ashford, Scoot McNairy, and many more. Corey studied with Uta Hagen and worked under the direction of Herbert Berghof in three productions at the HB Playwrights Foundation. Corey is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio and the Ensemble Studio Theatre. He worked with the Steppenwolf Theater Company and has appeared on stage at the Public Theater in NY where he worked with Joseph Papp, at Circle Rep where he worked with Lanford Wilson, at the St. James, the American Place, and the Mark Taper Forum, among others. He’s also worked extensively in film and television. Corey has taught at numerous studios, including HB Studio. He has taught for Susan Batson in New York and L.A., at Rhodes College, the University of Memphis, and the list goes on. He currently teaches regular classes in Nashville and Memphis, and whenever we can get him to join us at BGB in Los Angeles. More on Corey here.

  • Felipe Figueroa
    Felipe FigueroaTeacher

    Felipe Figueroa is an actor that started in the world of musical theater – first in high school and then at NYU.  During and following school he performed in many regional theater stages and his favorite credit of all time is Paul in A Chorus Line (played it twice).  He took a hiatus from the business for 8 years and managed a dental office in Philadelphia which put money in the bank and helped pay his loans to NYU.  However, the art tugged at him and he moved to Los Angeles to re-ignite his career.  Favorite credits have been Transparent, Lopez and Criminal Minds. His favorite aspect of the work – finding his own voice in the script despite what the breakdown and the action lines say.

    More on Felipe here.

Let The Revolution Begin!

It’s time to bring the full force of your talent into the room.