Ultimate Teen Challenge

Hollywood power in your hands

 

Come transform and step into the shoes of

AN ACTOR, WRITER, VIDEOGRAPHER

AND EVEN A PRODUCER

This is a TWO DAY program we refer to as a ‘training bootcamp’ and is directed to teens/tweens between the age of 9 to 17 who want to ‘feel the Hollywood vibe’ for themselves. The TV casting ranch is the place to see it all happen. LIGHTS – CAMERA – ACTION!

HOW IT WORKS!

  1. You (with your parents consent and assistance) fill out the ONLINE FORM and send it in. You will then receive by email, a preparation booklet that answers the most ‘frequently asked questions’ FAQ. Once at the TV casting ranch, roles for every stage are assigned BY RANDOM DRAW. You could be assigned the role of the producer, sketch writer or even the actor/tress… Go to your ‘stage briefing’ then slip into your role and ‘just like magic‘ see the world around you transform.

A FEW MORE THINGS WE CAN TELL YOU

Our ‘training bootcamps’ are as much fun weather you are a tween or a teen and may even teach you a thing or two about the industry. Its a fast paced environment using a combination or real and make believe props to create that ‘perfect scene’ Come see for yourself.

COMING TO YOU THIS SUMMER!

A GREAT PARENT/TEEN BONDING EXPERIENCE

 

After being invited to see the TV casting ranch on a guided tour, i cannot wait to experience it all this Summer

Patricia O’neil 17

As a parent of a 13 year old who’s always loved TV, movies and Hollywood, i am looking forward to watching my 15 year old get to role play herself as a producer. Should be fun to see if she can handle it.

Sylvie Calister

The layout of the TV casting ranch right on a magnificent lake surrounded by trees and mountains lends itself perfectly to playing out the many scenarios for my teenager to dive into.

Sergio Seganosky

After speaking with one of the producers, i feel confident that my teenage son will get a kick out of becoming a ‘producer for a day’ and who knows, it might turn out to be a turning point in his career decision. Tina Desmonia, Laval