THE BEST ACTORS NEVER STOP LEARNING.
BUT AMONG ALL THE VOICEOVER CLASSES OUT THERE, HOW DO YOU PICK THE BEST ONE?


Fun and challenging commercial voice acting classes that’ll help you:
  • Analyze copy and text
  • Develop great timing, interpretation and delivery
  • Learn how to take direction and work with producers
and much more!

Enroll Now!
BACK STAGE interviews Marc Cashman
Part I
BACK STAGE interviews Marc Cashman
Part II



Marc Cashman is an award-winning Radio & TV commercial producer and voice actor with over 35 years of broadcast and production experience.



Classes are held in professional L.A. studios, with a recording engineer and a music/SFX library, where Radio and TV commercial voiceovers are produced daily.



Learn how to:
  • Get the competitive edge on auditions
  • Deliver what the director wants
  • Find your signature voice
  • Win the audition, work the job and wow the client.
Discover the ins and outs, the tricks of the trade, the how-to’s and how not-to’s. There's limited seating so call 661/222-9300. 5 Weeks-$500/on-going classes.





MARC CASHMAN is one of the few voice-acting instructors in the U.S. on “both sides of the glass”—as a Clio-winning Radio and TV commercial copywriter, producer and casting director, and as a working voice actor. Creative Director of Cashman Commercials, he creates, casts and produces copy and music advertising for Radio and TV clients such as Kroger, Charles Schwab, Quizno's, Pella Windows and Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer among many, many others.

Voted one "The Best Voices of the Year" by AudioFile Magazine—three times—Marc has been heard voicing Radio and TV commercials, documentaries, animated series and videogames, e-Learning modules and over 100 audio books.

In addition to his production schedule, he instructs voice-acting of all levels through his V-O classes, "The Cashman Cache of Voice-Acting Techniques" in Los Angeles, CA; as an adjunct professor of voice acting at California Institute of the Arts; and online coaching. He also pens a monthly Internet column, "Ask the VoiceCat.”

Marc is also a keynote speaker at Advertising Clubs and Broadcasters Associations throughout the U.S. and other countries, as well as regional, national and international voiceover conventions. He's been interviewed in trade magazines and newspapers and on Radio, TV and Internet programs.






These courses are five 3-hour classes in studios in Burbank, North Hollywood or Studio City, CA. Enrollment is $500 for each 5-week course. There's a $200 non-refundable deposit required to hold your place in class, with $150 due at the end of the first class and the balance due by the end of the fourth class. Prerequisite: my book, “V-Oh!” Cash, check, or money orders accepted as well as credit cards. Make checks payable to Cashman Commercials and send to: 26136 Twain Place, Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381. Call 661/222-9300 or email marc@cashmancommercials.com with any questions. Class size is limited to nine students to insure individualized attention and maximum mic time. All materials provided.

"Thanks for a really helpful class. Yours was the first one that I had ever taken (though I’ve been a radio personality for years), and from the sound of the students who had taken many other classes, I obviously hit quite a jackpot with you! I look forward to more."
– Harry Legg
"I want you to know that I learned SOOOO much from your class! I had my first commercial audition the other day, and was so glad that I was prepared because of the tools I learned from you. In fact, only six people got callbacks, and I was one of them!! Not bad for my first one!! Thank you so very much, Marc!!!"
– Aliki Theofilopoulos
"This class is a must-have for any serious student of voice-over! Marc Cashman is a great teacher and the classes are fun and informative. You’ll learn things here that other classes don’t teach!"
– Rich Bullock


BEGINNERS - Level I

An introduction to voice-acting for non-actors and actors. Learn:

- Breath control
- Attitude and articulation
- Microphone techniques
- How to read and mark copy
- How to take direction
- How to interpret copy
- How to find your character
- What to expect in the voice-over business

BEGINNERS - Level II

Building on the fundamentals of Level I,
this refines the basics.
Learn:

- Voice and body exercises
- Timing/pacing/inflection
- How to read monologues
- How to read dialogues
- How to analyze your own voice
- How to audition
- How to find transitions
- How to maintain your voice
- How to be an announcer
- How to "own" your copy
- How to change direction
- How to do pickups

INTERMEDIATE - Level I

For people who have taken other voice-acting classes or have a strong acting background. Learn:

- How to find your "signature" voice
- How to act believable
- How to change direction
- How to perform comedic copy
- The difference between union and non-union work
- How to be competitive in an audition
- How to construct your voice-over demo

INTERMEDIATE - Level II

Hones your voice-acting techniques and prepares you for a voice-over career. Learn:

- Advanced monologue and dialogue techniques
- How to handle yourself in a session & what to expect
- The roles of producers, casting directors, ad agencies,
  agents, and how to work with them
- Adlibbing/re-writing copy
- How to fine-tune your V-O demo
- How to package and market yourself
- How to find an agent
- How to find voice-over work
- The secrets of successful voice-actors



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