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Known far and wide for his incredible amounts of energy, working with Joe promises to be a dynamic experience that brings more out of you than you ever thought possible.


Whether it's an on-camera audition for a series regular, a lead role in a feature film, or prepping for your next big musical theater audition, we have successfully coached them all. 


Joe knows exactly what it takes to guarantee a good impression when you walk in that room.

Remember, it's not about booking this job, it's about "booking the room" and making everyone who views your audition a huge fan of yours.  

Let's make something great.  




1. 60-90 minute private coaching session depending on audition size.

2. Recorded audition with color correction, audio optimization, and edited to specifications from casting.  

Audition Fear Busting Workshop

Nobody needs another set of "auditions tricks & techniques" to lay on top of a scared and desperate performer... what we need are more performers who are truly, authentically, fearless


This workshop takes students through the eye of the needle with a series of exercises that reveal the root cause of fear in the audition room, and how to control it so they can absolutely crush any audition they walk in to.  


One of the best workshops for performers out there today. 

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Broadway Audition Intensive Workshop

Modeled after Joe and Christine's extensive experience auditioning for Broadway productions with top professionals. Here, two different dance combinations will be taught in real audition time and then performed in an audition setting. Combinations may include original choreography from Broadway repertoire including Hairspray, Chicago, 42nd Street, CATS, The Little Mermaid, Shrek, My Fair Lady, and A Chorus Line to name a few.

Specific notes will be taken on performance, technique, and overall audition etiquette. Students will then be asked to sing 16 bars of their best audition song, and may be asked for a second selection. Feedback will be given to all students on their choice of song, audition attire, and overall performance.

We give students as much constructive criticism as possible. This can include song choices, shows they are right for, careers of current performers to study, and much more. Afterwards there will be a Q & A about life as a working professional.

"I wanted to thank you for your wonderful workshop you presented...Thank you for being so positive with us. I have been to so many workshops about theatre after college that were just discouraging, and I walked out of your discussion feeling very positive and inspired, as well as feeling far more confident in my knowledge about what I need to do to be successful. Some of the things you talked about I never would have even thought about, so thank you for making me think about things we never focus on in school."

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- Amelia Nemeth: Student, Shenandoah University

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