Recently, comic, producer and casting director here https://home.freshwater.uwm.edu/termpaper/1st-class-law-essay/7/ http://ww2.prescribewellness.com/onlinerx/gambar-ubat-viagra/30/ political science essay topics creative writing ks2 worksheets here professional paper editing services for school dissertation services marketing go site thesis funding proposal essay format define letter format application how can i order viagra online viagra calvary will donate my viagra cooking essays online can a virgin take viagra https://sacredwaters.net/citrate/can-you-take-pepcid-with-nexium/60/ will 5mg of cialis work viagra gia ban descriptive essay on a stormy night thesis presentation architecture http://www.safeembrace.org/mdrx/how-to-get-viagra-in-montreal/68/ blaming fast food for obesity essay volvo thesis brown supplement essay ideas http://www.cresthavenacademy.org/chapter/write-my-paper-in-italian/26/ tadalafil dosage information informative essay thesis examples https://childbirthsolutions.com/sildenafil/no-donatoren-viagra/20/ overnight shipping cost happiness essay body Lesley Wolff (C’93, Bloomers), appeared on the Laughing Matters Panel at the SAG Foundation and was dishing out advice about what actors and comics should do with what they send to casting directors.
After the jump watch this clip where Lesley talks about a big trap actors and comics often fall into when sending their reels.
If you’ve ever wanted to do stand-up, but were afraid, Lesley is the person to train under! She has an ongoing popular Los Angeles workshop called Fresh Faces Comedy” at the Hollywood Improv you should check out. I’ve been to several of her shows and she really knows how to bring the funny out of novice stand-ups.
More Penn alumni in Improv HERE
Actors who are considering moving to LA, be sure to catch up on all Penn alum actor Alex Weber’s DT exclusive vlogs HERE