This 45 minute workshop will introduce you to techniques that will eliminate tension, create authentic & unique communication, and help you to connect and fulfill your intention with your audience. Whether you are pitching, giving a speech or being interviewed on camera, this session will help you begin to enjoy the process and make it your own!
Rachel Bailit is an actress and faculty member at The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute in Los Angeles. In addition, she currently teaches acting at Boston Casting, Dreamworks Animation, Warner Animation Group, SAG-AFTRA, and The Getty Museum. She specializes in coaching actors, public speakers ,politicians, writers, and animators.
Just a few of Rachel's acting credits include "Festival in Cannes," "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas," "The Conan O’Brien Show," "Desperate Housewives," "Jon Benjamin Has a Van," "Tim and Eric's Awesome Show," "NYPD Blue," and the role of Marissa in "General Hospital. Since becoming bi-coastal (LA-Boston) two years ago, she gained some New England credits starring in the upcoming film "The Shade" (directed by Tyler Chipman) and performing in the Equity production "My Dinner with Trixie" (directed by Dawn Meredith Simmons) at The Cambridge Multicultural Center.
Rachel is an advocate for veterans and loves inspiring people to live their greatest dreams!
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