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Record a Commercial with a Professional Voice Actor with PHAME

Community Event

Get ready to transform your home into a recording studio, because you're now a Voice Actor, and you’re recording a commercial. 

A picture of Jason Rouse, wearing a black button up shirt and matching black glasses

What will be covered in this class?

This master-class style workshop is co-hosted by PHAME Academy—a local nonprofit that empowers adults with developmental disabilities through arts education and performance. Professional voice actor Jason Rouse will share an overview of the industry and some voice acting basics. Then you’ll dive into casting, rehearsing, recording, and editing a real commercial. Best part: you can do it all in your pajamas.     

Want to know more about Jason Rouse?

Jason is an actor, writer and director who spent seven years as the announcer, writer and associate producer for Live Wire with Luke Burbank from Public Radio International. As an actor he's appeared in feature films (Lean on Pete, Cabin Fever) and television shows (Grimm, Leverage, Angie Tribeca) and many, many commercials. He's performed on stages locally and in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle. Jason joined PHAME as an actor in 2016 for In a Single Breath, and then as a teacher in 2017 with Podcasting (which he had edited and announced since its inception), Videography, and Improv. 

Pronouns: he/him. 

Want to know more about PHAME?
PHAME experiences are designed to be accessible to adults who identify as having a developmental or intellectual disability. Teaching Artists incorporate a variety of teaching methods in order to accommodate students’ different learning styles. PHAME experiences incorporate skill-building around four key areas: striving for excellence, teamwork and communication, self-awareness, and self-advocacy.

You can reach Phame at:
Facebook: phamepdx
Website: www.phamepdx.org

This free event is part of Sunday Parkways at Home brought to you by Kaiser Permanente.