John Robert Powers Acting School Okeechobee Florida Review

I am grateful for this site and it’s respondents. It prevented me from going to our audition on July 27, 2008. nThis is my story – I heard a radio ad that offered the first 200 phone calls for children ages 7-17 to audition for 9 new series that Harriet Greenspan and Joey Castella were looking to cast. I called and made an appointment for my 9 yr old daughter. I ask the Director on the phone if this would cost us anything and she said no, but if you do not get a call back, maybe who could take some acting classes. nAfter reading the reports on this site I think I have figured out their marketing techniques. I can see where they would use casting directors to lure potential students into their office in order to present their school opportunities, but I live 2 hours away and do not have the money for the classes. Therefore my daughter and I did not make the 2 hours drive just for a presentation on classes. nIf anyone did attend the audition on July 27 – Sunday and experienced any thing different, please make a post so that I can read. nI am sorry that the other respondants had such terrible experiences, but I thank them for their stories and advice. nTinanOkeechobee, FloridaU.S.A.

JOHN ROBERT POWERS 604 Courtland St #150, Florida U.S.A.

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