BE. The Artist Empowerment Class

Venue:

BE. The Artist Empowerment Class

Los Angeles,  

Time:

From  2019-02-12 03:00:00  to  2019-02-12 05:00:00
Event Description
The Artist Empowerment Class In an industry where there are tons of workshops and master classes offered to help artists increase their knowledge and skills, there is a shortage of classes that help artists navigate the emotional ups and downs of pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. The truth is, there isn't a workshop or a masterclass that will guarantee the booking of a starring role or fulfill the promise of a big break. There are so many factors that are out of your control. The key to a successful career is more than what people can see on the outside. It's knowing exactly what you want, having the belief in yourself to achieve it, and being effective in taking action. Join Actor Performer Danielle Moné Truitt for a transparent talk about taking back your power and creating the life and opportunities you desire. Some topics include: *Dealing with rejection. *Keeping your creativity alive. *Tips for auditioning and getting the most out of your performance opportunities. ***OPEN TO ARTISTS OF ALL KIND*** More about BE. ETERNAL In an effort to give artists a safe place to be transparent and gain tools for mental and emotional health we created an artist life enhancement series entitled BE. ETERNAL: The Thriving Artist. These classes, workshops and discussions will inspire artist to not only survive in this industry but to thrive!  More about Danielle Moné Truitt Danielle Moné Truitt was destined to entertain. She is the true definition of a Triple Threat. The actor, singer, and dancer hails from Sacramento, California where she studied Theatre and Dance at Sacramento State University before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television and film. Truitt got her start in theatre, but recently starred as Rebel. The lead in John Singleton’s TV Drama series Rebel on BET.  Truitt made history when she joined the cast of the Academy Award Nominated Animation The Princess and The Frog as the video reference for Princess Tiana. She performed the body movements and facial expressions for the Disney Princess, ultimately giving Princess Tiana her persona and essence as well as performing a voice for another character in the film, Georgia.  Truitt has also been nominated for two Ovation Awards; the first for her performance as a lead actress in a play for The West Coast Premiere of The Mountaintop and the second, for her performance in Dreamgirls. She has also been nominated for an NAACP award for Best Actress in a play for her lead role in The Mountaintop. She packed the Rockwell Table and Stage, and Harlows venues for her self-produced one woman show Overnight Success, and also recently performed her one woman play, 3: Black Girl Blues to sold out audiences at The Pico Play House in Los Angeles, CA and at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York. Some of her other stage credits include: The Legend Of Georgia McBride, In The Heights, Neat, Aida, A Raisin in the Sun, The Music Man, Halftime With Don, The Colored Museum, Hair, and the For The Record Series. Truitt has appeared on TV in guest starring roles on ABC's Super Fun Night and FOX's Mulaney. Her film experience includes her role as Kay, in FOX Digital's feature film ETXR. Truitt is represented by United Talent Agency and CMA Entertainment. Find Danielle online at @daniellemonetruitt