The Basics of Co-Stars
with AGR Senior Staff Member Josh Hemphill
Date: Thursday, May 10th
Location: AGR, 15 West 28th Street, 9th Floor, NYC 10001
*limited to 10 students per class
Ages 13 and up
During the beginning of the class, the actors will learn the purpose of co-star roles and briefly touch base on the business aspect of them. All of the actors will be assigned a co-star scene during the class and discuss some of the scenes during the class. After that, each actor will get the opportunity to perform their assigned side on camera with adjustments on how to deliver the material by being specific with their choices yet simple when approaching the most difficult roles to book.
Wait List Policy
If a class is sold out, you can sign up for a spot on the wait list.
If a spot opens, the wait list is notified via email and the spot is sold on a first come, first served basis.
If you do not get the spot, you do not need to rejoin the wait list.
We do not offer refunds, but we do offer credit. Cancellations must be made 7 days or more in advance of a class, event, or intensive in order to receive a credit. You can cancel the class online in our booking system or via email.
Unless otherwise noted, if you cancel within 7 days of the class, event, or intensive due to sickness or industry related work, we require a doctor's note or proof of work in order to issue a credit.
Cancellations within 24 business hours of the class, event, or intensive and/or no-shows will NOT be credited under any circumstance. For example, if your class is on Sunday, you must cancel before the end of business on Friday.
Josh Hemphill started taking classes at The Actor's Green Room in February 2010 and in April 2010 Jen Rudolph, the owner of AGR, decided to hire him as a staff member. Josh started acting at the age of 9, where he began in musical theater. Acting was something he was always wanted to do since he could walk & talk and it was nothing his parents forced him into. At the age of 11, he began performing in regional theater at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, which lead him to signing with his first manager. Throughout his teens he worked on commercials/print and went on several film/tv auditions, when he then discovered his love for film/tv. He attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC for musical theater. After he graduated AMDA, he immediately went on the road touring in a children's theater production across the U.S. for 6 months. After he came back from tour, he continued to work in regional theater and understudy roles in 'The Awesome 80's Prom' Off-Broadway. He really wanted to pursue his love for film/tv, so he started to take classes at The Actor's Green Room to network with industry for film/tv. Since doing that, he has landed a new manager and worked on film/tv projects such as 'Girls' on HBO, 'The Jim Gaffigan Show' on TV Land and 'Hunting Season' on Vimeo. Josh truly loves doing what he does and enjoys helping his fellow actors. Working at The Actor's Green Room allows him to have a great grasp on the business that is constantly changing and growing. Not only does he get called into most of the casting offices, he also works with them at AGR which allows him to give hands on advice to actors.