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Hollywood acting coach to visit Pulaski

The man who coached actors Sarah Jessica Parker, Mischa Barton, Reese Witherspoon, Ricki Lake and Zachary Ty Bryan to fame will pay a visit to Pulaski in April to share his expertise.
Center Stage School of Dance in Pulaski will host Peter Sklar, who is a nationally-known speaker, educator, author, talent scout and producer with three decades of experience discovering and working behind-the-scenes with young performers, for a free discussion on Saturday, April 4 at 1 p.m. at the Fine Arts Center Annex, located at 44 Fourth St. NW in Pulaski.
Sklar’s discussion will reveal answers to the following questions and more:
•What are the four great truths all successful young performers must know?
•What two personality traits do all successful young performers have in common?
•What’s the one thing any choreographer or director will figure out about you immediately?
•What are the two most important health habits of all successful performers?
•What are the two worst college majors for a successful performing arts career?
•What’s the one thing every aspiring young female performer must tell her father? And why?
Sklar founded the famed "Beginnings Workshop" in upstate New York in 1984. In addition, his publication, "Winning Monologues from the Beginnings Workshop" is a standard text in many high school and college theater departments, as well as a resource for numerous talent agencies and casting directors.
Sklar studied concert piano at the Julliard School of Music in New York, and was a career musician. He holds a master’s degree in education from Harvard University, with a concentration in counseling and child/adolescent development.
His latest endeavor has been producing the new Broadway musical, "The Kid Who Played the Palace."
While the event hosted by Center Stage School of Dance on April 4 is free, reservations are required. To make a reservation, contact the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley at 980-7363.
Organizers noted that no one under age 6 will be admitted, and everyone under age 18 must attend with one of their parents or guardians.

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Hollywood acting coach to visit Pulaski

The man who coached actors Sarah Jessica Parker, Mischa Barton, Reese Witherspoon, Ricki Lake and Zachary Ty Bryan to fame will pay a visit to Pulaski in April to share his expertise.
Center Stage School of Dance in Pulaski will host Peter Sklar, who is a nationally-known speaker, educator, author, talent scout and producer with three decades of experience discovering and working behind-the-scenes with young performers, for a free discussion on Saturday, April 4 at 1 p.m. at the Fine Arts Center Annex, located at 44 Fourth St. NW in Pulaski.
Sklar’s discussion will reveal answers to the following questions and more:
•What are the four great truths all successful young performers must know?
•What two personality traits do all successful young performers have in common?
•What’s the one thing any choreographer or director will figure out about you immediately?
•What are the two most important health habits of all successful performers?
•What are the two worst college majors for a successful performing arts career?
•What’s the one thing every aspiring young female performer must tell her father? And why?
Sklar founded the famed "Beginnings Workshop" in upstate New York in 1984. In addition, his publication, "Winning Monologues from the Beginnings Workshop" is a standard text in many high school and college theater departments, as well as a resource for numerous talent agencies and casting directors.
Sklar studied concert piano at the Julliard School of Music in New York, and was a career musician. He holds a master’s degree in education from Harvard University, with a concentration in counseling and child/adolescent development.
His latest endeavor has been producing the new Broadway musical, "The Kid Who Played the Palace."
While the event hosted by Center Stage School of Dance on April 4 is free, reservations are required. To make a reservation, contact the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley at 980-7363.
Organizers noted that no one under age 6 will be admitted, and everyone under age 18 must attend with one of their parents or guardians.

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