John Robert Powers iPop

iMODEL, iACT, iSING, iDANCE

iMODEL!

Leading modeling agencies from New York, Paris, Milan, London and Tokyo send their scouts to iPOP! in search of beautiful, fresh faces. Some models will be selected to perform in the final night showcase fashion shows produced by Mr. Michael Maddox. Models are evaluated in the following categories:

 

1.

Runway

2.

Print

3.

Swimwear
Models can also be seen in Commercial Print and Beauty Television Commercials.

Guidelines:

1.

You must radiate confidence! When you go on an interview before famous designer's show and she/he asks you to walk, you walk through as if it's the real show: lights, music, audience! Wear black and white, simple clothing and don't go crazy with your hair and make up.

2.

For the swimsuit competition, choose a piece that flatters your figure. It can be a bikini or one piece for girls, trunks for the boys. Make sure you look good in your outfit, and watch the tan lines!

3.

Keep in mind that you should submit only your best photos. Make sure the photos are done by professionals, show your true qualities - your size, type, age - and make you look your best.

iACT! and iPOP! gives an opportunity for aspiring actors to audition for leading agents and casting directors from New York and Hollywood. Whether it's theater, television or being on the big screen, performers meet with the right person in the industry who can make their dreams and aspirations come true.

Aspiring actors show their skills in the following categories:

1.

Scene

2.

TV Commercial

3.

Monologue

Guidelines:

1.

Actors will be given commercial copy in advance in order to prepare for the event. Scenes will also be provided and are to be performed with another member of your group. Make choices and bring the "magic" of yourself to the commercial and scene catagories.

2.

Always have several contrasting monologues prepared for an audition. Keep in mind that choice of material should be age and character appropriate.

3.

Remember that the headshot is your first impression in the acting business! It must reflect your personality and engage the viewer. The first thing a casting director sees when she/he looks at the headshot is not the photographer's style, or busy background. It's YOU!

 

iSING! Managers that represent leading singers in the industry come to iPOP! to recruit new talent. Singers participate in series of auditions, and get a chance to audition for the Broadway Showcase that takes place the last night of the convention. Singers must have two songs in contrasting styles prepared. Their performance skills, audition techniques, vocal abilities, stage presence and commercial appeal are evaluated.

Guidelines:

1.

Prepare two songs in contrasting styles. One will be selected by you, keep in mind age appropriateness and the second will be chosen from a list of songs selected by iPOP!

2.

Practice is the key. If you're open to new techniques and styles and take lessons to improve your skills, then you will increase your chances of becoming the next big thing in the music industry.

3.

Don't be nervous. Sing as if you own the stage, radiate confidence, and the audience will feel it too!

iDANCE! Dancers who are professionally trained in Tap, Jazz and Hip Hop are seen by leading managers in the industry as well as interested casting directors,who evaluate them based on their performance skills, stage presence, technique and commercial appeal. Performers prepare a one-minute dance piece to perform on the main stage and a second piece will be taught by famed choreographers, Jeri Slaughter and Paul Morente, who have choreographed and performed with Christina Aguilara. Each performer will then be judged on this second dance.

Guidelines:

1.

Bring the music on a high quality CD and be ready to dance to it.

2.

Professional dancers go to auditions in casual classic dance wear. Agents want to look at you and your dance skills, not your costume, hair and make up. Keep it simple, but not too casual.

3.

Be prepared to make an impression within the first half minute. The moment you start dancing, the casting director will know whether you've got what it takes or not.

4.

Learn how to be a performer, an entertainer. You have to be more than just a talented dancer, you need to carry yourself well, and radiate confidence of a true star!

Do you have what it takes to be a star?
Take your online audition and find out!

ONLINE AUDITION

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