ABOUT ACTORS ROOM ATLANTA:
(Actors Room is located in WestView)
At Actors Room we are hyper-attenuated to the challenges and demands (not to mention expenses) of self-taping.
As the majority of auditions have moved to self-taping in Atlanta’s competitive and rapidly growing market, Agents and Casting Directors expect high quality, professional submissions from their talent. Actors Room Atlanta offers these high-quality yet affordable services.
Actors Rooms wants to help provide a personable space where actors can feel relaxed, focused and spontaneous. We are happy to provide feedback on material or simply act as a reader and tape your audition.
While you're here, it's your room, and our only goal is your success.
Ellie recently relocated to Atlanta after receiving her MFA in Acting from Ohio University's Professional Actor Training Program. She has performed throughout the United States and some of her acting credits include: Huckleberry (Independent Feature), Hitting the Cycle (Independent Feature), Cleopatra in Antony and Cleopatra and Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire (Kentucky Conservatory Theatre), Agnes in Dancing at Lughnasa (Tantrum Theatre), Marie Antoinette in David Adjmi’s Marie Antionette (Project SEE Theatre) and has premiered plays as an actor in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Humana Festival of New American Plays.
As a teaching artist Ellie co-founded and developed a conservatory style training program in Kentucky where students trained with artists from all over the U.S. She has also taught at the collegiate level at Transylvania University and Ohio University. Ellie specializes in physical actor training and while residing in New York trained extensively with New York’s SITI Company in Viewpoints, Suzuki and Composition.
As an activist for social change Ellie co-founded The Girl Project. The Girl Project’s work was the subject of the Documentary Film JUMP. She is also a founding member of Project SEE Theatre. You can learn more at ellieclark.org.
(ACTOR / DIRECTOR / TEACHING ARTIST)
Evan firmly believes an actor’s best work happens in an environment that is safe and supportive. Over the course of the last year, he’s done a good amount of self-taping at various studios around Atlanta. In developing Actors Room Atlanta, Evan has taken ingredients from the best (and added some of his own) in the aim to make the taping experience at ARA into the perfect recipe. With an MFA in Acting from University of Virginia and extensive training in Meisner (The Maggie Flanigan Studio, NYC) along with teaching acting on the collegiate level (University of Virginia, University of Kentucky, Transylvania University, Ohio University), Evan loves to share what he’s learned along the way. He’s also sensitive to when an actor is in their element and simply needs the space to work. Evan’s background is in theatre and he’s acted on stages throughout New York and regionally. This fall, he can be seen in the film Huckleberry which is premiering in festivals around the country. Most recently he was cast in a hilarious pilot on Adult Swim. For more info about Evan visit evanbergman.org.