Monday, May 30, 2011


ANMT's sixth annual MUSICAL THEATRE BOOT CAMP presents:


Instructor: Scott Guy

Two Wednesday evenings from 7:30pm to 9:30pm

August 3 & 10

Course Fee: $150 (Early Bird/ANMT Member Fee: $120)

Learn how to use Animoto software, which takes your text, music and images and creates stunning professional videos in a matter of minutes. No expertise needed...because in those two hours, you yourself will become an expert. The mechanics are very easy: it's really just a matter of uploading images, selecting the music and style you want, then adding a handful of headlines, and...voila! Your video is ready for posting on the internet, or your website, etc.

The first evening you'll learn all the mechanics you need to create your first video. Then you'll have a week to tinker with your video or create a whole batch more, and bring a final one to the second session for feedback and final refinement.

NOTE: Enrollees will also need to pay for a subscription to Animoto - a $39 fee - which will be separate from the course fee. Bring your credit card to the first session and we'll talk you through the registration. The registration with Animoto will give you a full month to create dozens more videos, if you want. You can use your own music, or tap into Animoto's library of over 1,000 pre-licensed titles which come with your subscription.

No special software needed; Animoto works online, for both PC and Mac.

To register (or for more info) - CLICK HERE

Scott Guy
Under Scott's tenure, the Academy has developed over 50 musicals for producers across the country, and over 100 independent musicals by ANMT writers. Scott's current and recent writing projects include: Musical version of Pirates of the Caribbean for Disney; script consultant for a musical by Placido Domingo, Jr., book/lyrics of Manson's Girls for UC/Irvine; Master Smee's Finishing School for Gentlemen Pirates and Ladies is Welcome Too with music by Jacques Offenbach; and Hunger at 2009 Stages Festival in Chicago, with music by 2009 Richard Rodgers composer Karlan Judd. Television credits: Six Emmy nominations, and over 100 produced television scripts for Warner Bros., FOX-TV, Disney, Discovery Channel, PBS, etc.)

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