The Business of Acting: They Didn't Teach What You Need with Martin Blank (Online)

Event Type
Saturday, July 9th at 1pm EST
AC Members- Free, General Admission- $40, Student- $15

United States

Join Martin Blank for an afternoon learning all about the business of acting in Theater, TV, and Film in the Washington, DC market. In this workshop, you will learn what is needed beyond the classroom for your acting career and the steps you can take to be prepared for the business part of show business. This workshop will be geared more towards Levels 1 & 2 but all levels are welcomed to attend and learn.

Martin Blank has been an acting coach for three decades. His students have had TV roles (and recurring roles) on The Equalizer, Bull, The Wire, House of Cards, Grimm, Oz, How to Get Away with Murder, Veep, Difficult People, God Friended Me, Succession, The Resident, The Inspectors, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Homicide: Life on the Street, Blindspot, Turn, Bones, NCIS, The Path, Dexter, CSI, Xena: Warrior Princess, and many more, as well as two-character scenes in Hollywood motion pictures with Tom Hanks, Natalie Portman, Matt Damon, George Clooney, Scarlet Johansson, Alan Rickman, Julia Roberts, Richard Gere, Gal Gadot, Woody Harrelson, Rebecca Hall, and Daniel Day-Lewis. Martin has served as Artistic Associate for the American Place Theatre, New York City, as well as Founding Artistic Director, Theater J, Washington, D.C. He attended the University of Maryland and the Yale School of Drama.

Cancellation Policy: It is expected that if you sign up to take a workshop that you will be present at that event. If you register for a workshop series, it is expected you will be present for all days in that workshop series.

Please be aware that if there is a cancellation less than 24 hours before the start of class, a credit will be applied to your account. No refunds will be issued.

Please contact the AC at if canceling due to illness or another situation arises. We are happy to work with individuals on a case by case basis.