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KTS Webinar #41: Ask For it; It’s Not Personal: Negotiating For Your Labor
November 5 @ 10:00 am
Whether you’re booking your first on-set gig, landing that tenure track job, or getting set up with new clients, always remember that EVERYTHING is negotiable. In this webinar for professionals in vocal design/production/performance, Amy Chaffee and Adi Cabral guide you through some basics of self-employment, including setting terms of service, countering offers, “deliverables,” boundaries and expectations, accountability and accounting, billing, and (re)negotiation of terms.
On Saturday 5th November at 10am PST/1pm EST/5pm GMT.
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Amy Chaffee, Dialect/Voice Designer. Recent Dialect/Voice Design: Theatre: Pantomime (Crescent City Stage), Our Dear Dead Drug Lord (Tulane University) The Play That Goes Wrong (Le Petit Theatre), Circe (Hydrama Theatre Centre, Ydra, Greece); Recent Feature Film: Red, Right Hand; Recent Television: Seasons 1 and 2 Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches (AMC), Interview With The Vampire (AMC), “In From The Cold” (Netflix), seasons 1-4 of Barry(HBO) and “True Lies” (NBC/Peacock.) Recent acting appearances on-screen: “Why Women Kill” (Peacock) and “Interview With the Vampire.” (AMC). She will be appearing in 2023 in “Bob Dumkee’s Farm” at Northern Sky Theatre, Fish Creek, WI.
Amy has taught or performed on 6 continents. She is an Associate Professor Voice and Acting at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, and a Certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice VoiceworkTM . BFA-New York University-Tisch School of the Arts; MFA- Old Globe Theatre/University of San Diego.
Adi Cabral (they/them) is a dialect coach, intimacy director, actor, and Associate Professor of Voice and Movement at the University of Nevada, Reno. Adi has worked with theatrical companies around the world including the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities (CO, USA), Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (MO, USA), Southwest Shakespeare Company (AZ, USA), Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (NV, USA), New Repertory Theatre (MA, USA), Central Square Theatre (MA, USA), Stella Adler Studio of Acting (NY, USA), Hangar Theatre Company (NY, USA), Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company (TX, USA), New Hazlett Theater (PA, USA), Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Scotland), and Darlinghurst Theatre Company (Australia). They are a certified teacher of Knight-Thompson Speechwork and Fitzmaurice Voicework. For more information, please visit www.AdiCabral.com.