CONSERVATORIES & UNIVERSITIES
The University Connection offers all of our casting members access to your students' auditon materials 24/7. They can search by school and/or graduation year.
Here are some options we offer:
We also offer a residency program where New York director, Michael Unger (www.ungerware.net), will travel to your school and lead an audition workshop with your students. The final product can be video taped for use on our website if the students wish to become members. We offer free memberships with no obligation and no payment information taken to these students for six months beyond their graduation date.
ONLY STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATE IN THE WORKSHOPS WILL RECEIVE THIS DISCOUNT.
If students decide not to become members, their audition pieces will be available on a DVD which we send to the school. We charge a nominal residency fee in addition to transportation and housing.
A less expensive alternative would be for you to shoot your New York showcase (or pay us nominal fee to shoot it for you). Our reasonable rates include the shooting costs, editing costs, uploads and a free six month membership for EACH of your students. After the free period, they can choose to continue as members or cancel with no further obligation. No payment information is taken until after the free period has expired.
If you have no showcase in New York City, you could shoot your students' work at your location and send us the material. We charge a nominal edit/upload fee per student.
You can shoot your students' work and upload it yourself at no cost whatsoever.
We have been told by some of the top casting directors in New York City that this would be an invaluable resource for them. If they were unable to attend your showcase, they will still be able to see your students' work any time they want. If they want to share your students' work with a theatre or director, a virtual audition is only a few clicks away!
For more information on the "University Connection"
To read testimonials from students who have worked with Michael Unger, go to: http://ungerware.net/classfr.htm