General Info

Launching in January, ACTING IN MOTION is a comprehensive career development course for Actors.  ACTING IN MOTION will prepare the Actor for every aspect of their career, balancing art and business.  Covering all types of media from commercials to feature films, voiceover to television, live theatre to webisodes.

ACTING IN MOTION will prepare you for the auditions, the work and the business details to create the career you are striving for.

Taught by Kevin McCorkle a veteran actor working professionally since 1982 and teaching at USC in the School of Theatre since 2006, ACTING IN MOTION is the culmination of years of research and personal experience working in commercials, film, television, voiceover, theatre and most recently web series.  For the last two decades Kevin has made his living exclusively as an Actor.  Although Kevin has made millions in his thriving career he is still a “working class” actor applying a strong work ethic and focused business skills to keep his career evolving and moving forward.

Class will be by invitation only after an initial interview and limited in size to ensure quality and value for the students.  The first class will meet Monday January 9, 2012.  To set up an appointment to interview for class email Lisa at Free Lunch Productions If you are ready to commit to moving your career forward in a productive and measurable way then don’t miss this opportunity to put your career into motion.


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Class Times:

Monday Evenings, 7:15 p.m. until 10:15 p.m.


Catchlight Studio
633 N. LaBrea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036 – map


Contact Lisa at Free Lunch Productions


Please ariive at 7:00 p.m. to access easy parking


$200.00 per month

Paul MarshallAugust 22, 2012 - 6:26 pm

I like the fact that you are a working actor and successful at it! Unfortunately, everyone I want to study with has class on Mondays. I am in class now but want to study with you. Maybe I could do a month in each and rotate.
Do you have audits?
Thank You,
Paul Marshall

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