NOVEMBER 11 - 12


Our good friend Steve Coulter will be back to help every actor find their best tools to help improve their auditioning skills.  Please take a moment to read his bio over there to the right.  You will find one of Atlanta's finest actors with much to share about the unique process he has perfected since his first role.  Check out his IMDB, the credits are way to long to list.  His writing in our industry has won him awards and the spot of head writer for Tyler Perry.  If you have questions about how it works in Atlanta, there could be no better person to ask.

Steve has taught with our studio and his program is always a favorite.  It is direct, getting to the point of what makes the difference for you and how to find the best choices in every scene.

Here is a brief description of the workshop.

Auditioning for Film & Television with Steve Coulter

There are presently over 40 feature films and television shows in production in Atlanta.  We are now one of the top 3 markets in film and television production, and there have never been more opportunities for actors here in Atlanta.  Actors from Los Angeles and New York are relocating here for work and the competition has never been higher.

Auditioning for film and television is not mysterious.  Directors and producers are looking for very specific things.  And there are very simple and specific actions an actor can take to prepare for that audition.

Actors will be taken through the audition process, with particular attention focused on self-taping. They’ll learn how to prepare for the audition, what specific steps to take when self-taping and when they walk into the room. They will also learn strategies on how to manage nervousness, and most of all, how to actually enjoy the process.  Each actor will be put on camera as part of a simulated audition.  

Covered in this workshop will be the following:

Audition technique –

o   Dos and Don’ts of auditioning

o   How to Prepare for an Audition. What does being PREPARED mean?

o   Wardrobe

o    Self-Taping Tips

This is a very special workshop for actors, and will fill quickly. 

This workshop is for Actors 18 and up.  Professional young actors 16 + will be considered, please email us


The Goat Farm Arts Center - Atlanta, GA.
Exact location details will be given to students when their registration and payment are confirmed, about 1 week prior to the start date.


2 Day Workshop Dates are November 11 - 12, 2017:   Cost $ 185.00

Group A 

Saturday and Sunday MORNING - 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Group B

Saturday and Sunday AFTERNOON - 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

SOLD OUT - Class is full

Each class size will be limited. Spaces will be reserved on a first come, first paid basis.

*Please Note: Cancellation Policy. You may cancel your workshop for a refund 14 days prior to the start date. Any cancellation after that time is subject to fees and our ability to find a replacement. If we are unable to find a replacement then you will not receive a refund. Many credit cards have insurance in the event of emergencies and we encourage you to use these when booking.




Steve Coulter at IMDB

Steve is an Atlanta-based actor, writer and director.  As an actor, he most recently appeared in HBO’s The Wizard of Lies with Robert DeNiro and starred in Abundant Acreage Available which was executive produced by Martin Scorsese.  He had recurring roles in House of Cards, Hank Azaria's Brockmire, and as the doomed Reg Monroe on The Walking Dead. He appeared in James Wan's Insidious Chapter 2, The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2. He is currently shooting the Kevin Costner series, Yellowstone, and can be seen in the upcoming Hangman, opposite Al Pacino, First Man with Ryan Gosling, and Jason Reitman’s The Frontrunner, starring Hugh Jackman.

Steve was the head writer and executive story editor for both of Tyler Perry’s television series, House of Payne and Meet the Browns, where he supervised over 100 episodes and won two consecutive NAACP IMAGE Awards for Best Comedy Series. He wrote and directed the award-winning short film, The Etiquette Man, selected by the Sundance Channel and the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. His screenplay, Keesha’s House, won the $100,000 Southeastern Media Award. He is currently developing the original television series, The Land, with Shay Bentley Griffin.