Dream of Dréa serves to be culturally responsible in the production of feature films and theatrical events, as well as transcendent in performing, directing, and strategic arts consulting.
- Producer (Film/TV)
- Director and Content Creator (Theatrical Events)
- Theatre Arts Instructor
- Actor, Voice-over artist
- Emcee, panelist, keynote speaker
- Screenwriter, Playwright, Author
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"Iron Up Race/Walk" Radio Commercial
Works under Actors Equity Association (AEA) and Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) contracts
Within the development process, secures the necessary rights and initial financing, and supervises the development process. In pre-production, selects the key members of the creative team, including the director, co-producer, cinematographer, unit production manager, production designer, and principal cast. Also participates in location scouting, and approves the final shooting script, production schedule, and budget. During production (principal photography), supervises the day-to-day operations of the producing team, providing continuous, personal, and usually “on-set” consultation with the director and other key creative personnel. Approves weekly cost reports, and continues to serve as the primary point of contact for financial and distribution entities. For the last phase, post-production & marketing, consults personally with post-production personnel, including the editor, composer, and visual effects staff. Consults with all creative and financial personnel on the answer print or edited master, and engages in a meaningful fashion with the financial and distribution entities concerning the marketing and distribution plans for the motion picture in both domestic and foreign markets.
Director and Content Creator (Theatrical Events)
Dream of Dréa oversees the artistic integrity of an event by creating its structure through original script and directing cast and crew. We also secure vendors involved in productions. Short scenes and one or two-act plays can be created for an organization/company to center on particular topics.
Theatre Arts Instructor & Private Coaching
Acting classes encourages critical thinking and, in the process, ignites conversation, idea sharing, and positive feedback. Typically for a class size of 10-20 attendees. Private coaching available (1-hour minimum)
All the world’s a stage, and the workplace is not to be discounted. It may not be obvious to management and employees how actions may be misconstrued, but by demonstrating through acting, concepts such as Customer Relations, Diversity Training, and Team Building can be crystallized. Incorpor-ACT! specifically targets corporate professionals, as fundamentals of acting are used to anticipate office conditions and positively influence an outcome. Employees test their skills against challenges faced in reality. Original scenes can also be written to illustrate the subtleties of an issue. Example scenarios include: Interpersonal communications, Team building, Diversity, Interviewing, Customer Relations, etc. This is not a sit-down and read Powerpoints class. Participants are highly advised to wear comfortable attire.
Screenwriter, Playwright, Author
In writing original content, the overall goal is examined, as well as obstacles that hinder the pursuit, and creating a resolution that is favorable to the client.
Emcee, panelist, keynote speaker
Dream of Dréa will tailor a message and capture your audience’s attention at your event.