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  Current Workshops  


On Camera
ABC's of Solo Show


with Manny Herrera

Listen to student promos


Four sessions
Tuesdays and Thursdays,

April 24th-May 3rd, 2018
from 6:30pm Sharp - 8:30pm!

$125 (members) $175 (Non-Members)
Small intimate classes

HOLA Office
CSV Cultural and Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street, Room 302, NYC
(F to Delancey / J M Z to Essex / M9, M14A buses)

Register early as there is limited enrollment.
Registration confirmed upon payment.
VISA, MC & AMEX accepted.

Call (212) 253-1015 to register.

Manny Herrera, V.O. Motivator, HOLA Special Projects Director, actor, director and voiceover artist will direct an advanced voice-over technique workshop for the experienced actor who wishes to fine-tune his/her technique. The workshop covers: diction and voicing in Spanish; interpretation and rhythm; and narration; professional audition and quick study techniques. Previous HOLA voiceover workshop students invited. Applicants should supply USB drive to record work progress. Optional production of demo tape available at additional cost. Actual voiceover copy will be used for this series. Small classes.



Workshop held at HOLA using the "WhisperRoom.

Spanish language voiceover jobs provide the greatest income potential for the Spanish speaking actor.

Our students book jobs. Click on these links to listen.

Jesús Martinez;
Ángel G. Clemente; Horacio Ontiveros;
Laura Patalano
Mara Sánchez;
Blanca Vásquez




 Allen Davis Playwriting Lab

The Allen Davis Playwriting Lab announces its Spring Season starting on March 20th, 2018. The Spring Season will consist of ten weekly sessions of two and half hours for intermediate and professional playwrights. Lab sessions will take place on Tuesday evenings from 7pm to 9:30pm. Playwrights interested in participating in the Lab on an intermediate level must have experience writing well-developed scenes. Professional playwrights must have written a full-length produceable level script. 

All sessions will be held at the FELT studio, located at The Clemente Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk St., Ste. 311, New York, N.Y. 10002. During lab sessions participants will receive as well as provide rigorous feedback and critique on works in progress submitted for review, including outlines, monologues, scenes, acts, one-person shows, and full-length scripts in either play or screenplay format. Produced and published playwright Mario Golden and award-winning director Andreas Robertz will run the lab. Both Mario and Andreas have vast experience nurturing playwrights in their creative process. Together they will facilitate pertinent discussions on structure, plot, characterization, dialogue, and other playwriting elements, with the aim of supporting playwrights to develop high-quality scripts.

The fee for the season is $300.00 due on the first session. Interested playwrights must submit a registration form along with payment to FELT. Payments are non-refundable once a playwright has registered. No exceptions will be made on these conditions.

For further information email feltincnyc@gmail.com

and Mario Golden at mariogoldenuniverse@gmail.com

The Fantastic Experimental Latino Theater, Inc. (FELT) is a non-profit production company founded in 1994. With our thought provoking, multi-media theater and film productions, we reach a multi-ethnic and inter-generational, diverse audience, representative of the nation’s cultural tapestry. Through our writing Lab, we support the development of original works by emerging and professional playwrights.

OneHeart Productions, Inc. (OneHeart) was founded in 1999 by a team of artists committed to creating theatre that is raw, alive, and vibrant. We produce plays that seek to inspire, challenge, and enlighten. Through long-term collaborations with theatre artists in New York and abroad we create projects and programs focused on community building, reconciliation, and the expansion of human consciousness.

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