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Casting Director Joey Paul Jensen, 5 Day Screen Actors Film & TV Summer Camp! FT. Special Guest Sean Ryan Fox, from Nickelodeon's Henry Danger!

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FT. Actor from Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger,

Sean Ryan Fox! &

Manager Marilyn Atlas!

In this Camp You Will Learn How To:

  • Refine Layers & Nuances of Actor’s Work

  • Incorporate Building On Set TV & Film Skills

  • Focus on a Variety of Important Topics Needed to Book the Role

  • Taking Each Actor to their Next Level Of Excellence


I started my acting training when I was 9 with Joey Paul in her classes, and have been training with her ever since!

She helped me perfect not only my comedy skills but also worked with me on my drama work which lead me to land my first TV role on “Criminal Minds”. From there I was able to put my comedy training in action as a series regular on “Henry Danger”.

Producer, Casting Director, Instructor Joey Paul Jensen

& Special Guest, Sean Ryan Fox

Exclusive Instructor with THA

I love working with Joey because she is really direct in her coaching. She is so fun to work with and gives you honest critiques, then works with you on specific helpful notes to get you to the level you need to be at, and make you the best actor you can be.
— Sean Ryan Fox- Jasper on "HENRY DANGER"


Camp Session One:  Actors Interactive:  Voice and Speech, Improv, Commercials. Physical interactive class to train your brain to act, react, and to be super sharp in the moment.

Camp Session Two: Emotional Depth Scene Study Dynamics.  Plug in to your emotions. Find the triggers that allow your work to express a deeper truth.

Camp Session Three: Celebrity guest Sean Ryan Fox (Field of Lost Shoes , Henry Danger-Jasper Dunlop and his mom meet with actors and parents for an up close and personal discussion about Film Set / TV Series experience for youth, teens and families.  Plus Speed Reading/Cold Reading Mastery

Camp Session Four: The Decision Makers:  READY, SET, ACTION!  Insight, Critique and Points of Talent get actual input from the “decision makers” along with the casting director during this an on Camera Class, mimicking a film set experience.

Camp Session Five: Prop It Up!  Improvilicious Madness!  Most scenes use props; learn to incorporate props in scene work; not auditioning but once the job is booked.

 All classes have improv, voice, and movement as a part of regular exercise for developing and deepening the actor’s craft.