The Actor's Cafe
A place for experienced actors to get "illuminated" by workshopping together. Led by Jose Miguel Vasquez
We will dive deep into inspiring texts like Julia Cameron’s The Artist's Way, The Intent to Live by Larry Moss, Sanford Meisner on Acting, scripts, monologues and much more…
"Ultimately, the goal of this course is to journey with you, as you discover and develop your unique artistic presence, to serve objective 'beauty' in an often discouraging world; to offer a creative space for honest human connection that adds intentionality, authenticity and confidence to your life, as an actor, as an artist, and as a human being."
-Jose Miguel Vasquez (facilitator)
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FREE in-person session
May 10th 6:00pm-8:00pm
Marietta, GA 30062
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6:00pm - 9:30pm
PHASE 1 begins May 24th
$150 deposit (hold your seat- goes toward balance)
$450 total for 6 weeks
*payment plans available
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Jose Miguel Vasquez is a Colombian-American artist and content creator who initially gave up on his dream of working professionally as an actor when he became a young dad in 2002. He declares “it was God, the Divine Artist, who mercifully brought acting back to me.” Today, thanks to the support of his remarkable wife and kids, and the rest of his creative team, he’s been able to work as an actor and teaching artist for almost 14 years and counting.
As an actor he’s known for his work on Netflix’s WWII stylistic drama, The Liberator where he played “Corporal Gomez,” the Karate Kid nostalgic hit series, Cobra Kai, where he played “Principal Lopez,” AMC’s The Walking Dead, and the feature film Brian Banks directed by Tom Shadyac, where he shared the screen with highly respected actors such as Greg Kinnear, Aldis Hodge, Sherri Sheperd and Morgan Freeman. Recently he’s worked on the Amazon Prime/freevee series Leverage Redemption as billionaire tech genius “Darren Nash.”
After graduating from the University of Central Florida in 2008 he began to fully study and practice the craft of acting at Meisner Technique focused studios, Art Sake Acting Studios and ClassAct Studios in Orlando, FL. During this time he also began working on stage at the Orlando REP Theatre, then at EPCOT for Disney’s Holidays Around the World. In 2014, after getting cast in a supporting role in the film Term Life starring Vince Vaughn, Jose moved with his family to Atlanta to further pursue his tv/film career. Upon arrival, Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre was his first artistic home as they cast him back onstage for their Theatre for the Very Young series “The Lizard and EL Sol.”
You may have encountered his content creation with his family on their Youtube channel, MaJeliv, which currently has about 186K subscribers and growing. They’ve recently added 2 other channels to their slate, MaJeliv Creative and MaJeliv India.
All along the way, Jose has felt the call to teach and share what he’s learned on his journey. He’s taught and coached young actors from primary school age up through high school. More recently, he’s also trained young adults and adults well into adulthood. He fully understands and embraces the call of the artist and the teaching artist. He studies and develops his craft daily and intends on staying ready to respond to wherever God will send him to serve next.
(St. John Paul II’s Letter to Artists, Section 1 Paragraph 5
Deposits are nonrefundable. Once you secure your seat in the class, it is yours.
If one week cancellation notice is given prior to start date, student will be allowed to transfer deposit to the following 6 week session only.
However, deposit will not automatically be transferred. Student must send a second deposit in a timely manner for the next session. Both deposits will be deducted from tuition balance.
No, the free sessions are meant to guide you in deciding if we're meant to work together.
Absolutely. Film acting as it applies to being on set and also auditions, specifically self taped auditions.