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SO YOU WANT TO BE AN ACTOR? Find out what it takes to be a successful Actor for the Camera from IAFT's own Alex Murphy!
WHEN and WHERE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 TIME: 3:30PM TO 5:30PM
The Forum, FULLY-BOOKED, Bonifacio High Street
THIS EVENT IS FREE!
There are a limited amount of seats available so if you're interested, please register at the Fully Booked Customer Service Counter or contact Bill at +63.32.495.1033 or +63.917.631.2103
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Alex Murphy's professional acting career in film, television and theater has spanned both the United States and Europe. After graduating from the University of South Florida, Murphy went on to be involved in productions such as "Lou Gehrig Did Not Die Of Cancer", "Dopes" and "Fresh Meat" at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York; "Things that Should Have Been Said" at the West Bank Theatre; and "Buck Fever" and "White Boys" at the Wesbeth Theatre Center. Murphy's repertoire also includes solo performances such as "Drinking in America", which he performed at the Studio Butto Theatre in Warsaw, and "Essential...America," which he performed at BMOCA in Boulder, Colorado.
Murphy's work in the U.S. in film and television includes "One Life To Live," "All My Children," Madman and Guts; his European movies and shows include Kiler, Mlode Wilki, Success and Awkwarium.
Source: Fully Booked