Organized under the motto, "Putting the people back in people skills," L.A. Say Inc. teaches its students how to excel at interpersonal relations. A published author and trainer, founder Tameka Anderson designs all of the company's programs using her background in criminal justice to infuse each lesson with an imaginative focus on honing interpersonal relationships. Aside from its consulting services, L.A. Say Inc. also organizes kids' theater classes, during which younger students learn how to interact through teamwork and imagination, giving them a welcome distraction from adolescent antics such as launching notes at classmates with slingshots.
Brianne Gould defies the adage that "those who can't do, teach." Where many acting instructors never make it past summer stock or dinner theater, Gould's résumé of juicy roles is the envy of many an actor. From her recurring role as Brianna Ortiz on Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns to her work in Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son and the Lifetime movie The Wronged Man, Gould knows what it takes to carry a scene, and to get major exposure. Through her acting school, The Monologue Girl, Brianne prepares fledgling thespians for the spotlight. In weekend workshops featuring scene-study exercises that instill students with effective acting, improv, and audition techniques, Brianne enables tomorrow's Poitiers and Streeps with her proven expertise.
At Acting Out Studios, Lance Camarillo helps beginning and seasoned actors take their skills to the next level, be it for theater, film, television, or all three. Highlighted by his work with stars from Disney and Nickelodeon, Lance’s résumé includes roles in a multitude of productions, as well as a degree from the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. He sews all that experience into his teachings such as on-camera workshops and six-week age-specific programs. In the six-week programs, students can work on fully bringing their characters to life, all while reacting to onstage moments in a natural, relaxed manner that doesn’t involve having their limbs controlled by the strings of a puppeteer.
Smartphone damage usually happens suddenly?a quick lapse in poise leads to cracking your screen on the sidewalk or spitting soda on it during a Buster Keaton film. Luckily, the certified technicians at iDeviceMD work almost as quickly, fixing phones and tablets on the same day, and, oftentimes, while you wait. The team can mend a variety of Apple products, including Macs and iPhones, as well as Samsung smartphones and various tablets. All of these services are covered by a warranty, and no one is charged unless the repair can be completed. Customers can further capitalize on their visits by bringing in old devices for cash.
The toddlers, teens, and adults who attend tumbling and dance classes at Broadway Performing Arts Center reap health benefits: they become stronger and more coordinated as a result of their efforts. But there are psychological benefits, too. Students build self-confidence while expressing themselves through ballet or hip-hop, and when hours of practice turns into a successful handstand, they learn the value of dedication. Students who stick with the program can progress to join teams that foster friendly competition.