Want to be a movie star? Camp tells you how
So your kid watches a lot of movies and keeps asking about the world of make-believe. Inform them that showbiz is a reputable profession in which you can make millions and there are actual tools of the trade.
At CIFALC (a Spanish acronym for Centro Internacional de Formación Actoral or International Center of Acting) in downtown Miami, little people can learn how to be little Angelina Jolies or Brad Pitts.
For the rest of the month of July, organizers are doing a camp for wannabe stars, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday ($150 a week). Classes include classes on red carpet strutting (seriously), table manners, modeling tips, and good old acting, which they may need at some point. Ages run from 5-teenager.
There are also one-off training sessions on Saturday.
The school is totally bilingual.
Register or call more info: 866-989-7709; www.cifalc.com/programs/kids
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