On-Camera Intensive Summer Camp with SJ Allocco-St.Germain

July 31
at 9:30am


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On-Camera Intensive with SJ Allocco-St. Germain will take a look at the business of auditions, on-camera acting, and the process of putting together resumes, headshots, and reels.

The week will proceed with audition warmups and techniques, including lessons in improvisation, and will walk participants through the process of attending commercial auditions, lead and co-star auditioning, and how to prepare for callbacks.


July 31–August 4

9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Ages 8 to 18


SJ Allocco-St. Germain is a casting director who began her casting career 10 years ago, as a casting assistant with Jennifer Euston Casting, working on hit shows, including Orange is the New Black and Girls. She quickly worked her way up to associate casting director, where she played an active role in casting an impressive range of tv shows and films, including The Sex Lives of College Girls, Dickinson, Glow, and the Oscar-nominated film, Can you Ever Forgive Me?  SJ’s most recent title in the casting world is casting director. Some of her casting director projects include: Friends From College, SNAP, Teenage Bounty Hunters, and the Emmy-nominated Roku anthology series, Immoral Compass. Expanding upon her casting success, SJ is co-founder of a production company, Tiny Office Productions (TOPS). Their first feature, Love…Reconsidered, was recently sold and will premiere in late 2023.   

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