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No Actor Left Behind with Days of Our Lives Actor Steve Blackwood!

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No Actor Left Behind
The three A’s of the Art

How to Act
How to Audition and
How to Administrate for film and theatre”

One day seminar taught by award winning “Days of our Lives” actor Steve Blackwood

You will learn:
The basics of acting from his work with legendary teachers
– The late Uta Hagen (NY) and Milton Katselas (LA)
– Scene work
– One on one auditions critiques
– Also: How to act on camera!

How to administrate your talent
– Headshots
– Resumes
– Reels

And create relationships with everyone in front and behind the camera
– Agents
– Casting Directors
– Producers
– Directors

How to “work a set” and turn a small role into a contract player, as Steve did on “Days Of Our Lives”.

How one job can lead to another

If you are serious about acting in the emerging Michigan film industry, you can breakthrough by taking this seminar from a true pro!

About Steve Blackwood

Steve Blackwood played Bart Biederbiecke on NBC’s “Days of our Lives” from 1997 to 2007. Primetime credits include “NYPB Blue” and “Judging Amy”. Steve Blackwood has starred in the cult film “Ed Gein” with Steve Railsback and has appeared in countless plays (“Oleanna”, “Prisoner of 2nd Avenue”) in his illustrious bi-coastal career.

Steve Blackwood, singer and emcee, is one of the most talented and uplifting bandleaders of today. He has performed for events across the country and is as comfortable with a small trio as he is with a 10 piece orchestra.

He has even performed solo for his home team, The Los Angeles Lakers, but it is the rapport with his audiences that he loves most.

He offers up a Rat Pack style that has terrific appeal to audiences of all ages including one 80 yr. old woman at the legendary Bakers Keyboard in Detroit who came up to do the bump with Steve.

Suffice it to say, the joint was jumping!

Steve is originally from Detroit, started his singing career in New York City as a lead singer for the Business of Blues, opening for artists like Buddy Guy, and Junior Wells. His big band sound is a mix of Gershwin , Porter and McHugh. He harkens to the days of great singers like Sinatra marking his own signature stamp on the world of music.

An accomplished actor, many will know Steve as the Baddie Bart on NBC’s “Days Of Our Lives” a character he has played for 9 years. He also guest starred on numerous television shows, and had a lead role in the feature film” Ed Gein”.

Musically he was seen singing “Honeysuckle Rose” on NBC, he performed his original “Care To Love” on the soap Talk with Lisa Rinna, and has made singing appearances on many local TV Shows. A Sinatra documentary features Steve in a recording studio singing a Sinatra Tribute. Steve is currently working on his 4th CD.

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Date: Saturday, December 5, 2009
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Location: Prudential – HWWB (2nd Floor Conference Room)
Street: 880 S. OLD Woodward Avenue
City/Town: Birmingham, MI


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  1. Steve Blackwood resume speaks for itself!

    | Reply Posted 8 years, 3 months ago

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