Tapping Into a Passion That Knows No Limits, a Life Changing Seminar with Bill Dance

Casting director Bill Dance.

Imagine the heights to which our success would soar if we could tap into the unbridled passion that exists within us. Our productivity would be endless. Our level of living, thinking and doing limitless. Inhibitions preventing us from seizing opportunities and squandering time would diminish. Fear that used to conquer would be repressed and what would be left in its place would be universal passion yielding talents differing with the individual. But how could we tap into such life changing zeal? How do we surrender the plethora of inhibitions that swallows us in fear that results in regrets and missed opportunities? The answer lies in one inspiring seminar, led by seasoned industry professional Bill Dance that provides a platform that “breathes life” into the individual.

A natural entertainer since the tender age of three, Bill Dance has worn many hats within the entertainment industry. Graduating cum laude from UCLA with a B.A. in Theatre Arts, Dance has found success as an actor, a dancer, and currently a renowned casting director and owner of Bill Dance Casting. Early on in his career as a casting director, Dance inadvertently birthed the foundation that would become the framework of his inspiring seminar before a room full of nearly two thousand people during an open casting call for the acclaimed 1989 hit Steel Magnolias in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Moved by the script, Dance drew auditioners into the emotions of the script by embodying the epitome of sense memory, a powerful technique that elicits an emotional response so real that the factuality of the source ceases to matter. Realizing the power behind imagination and the passion it draws has helped Dance understand its broad applicability. From this he has been able to inspire and motivate an array of people from homemakers and educators to doctors and business owners he explains that “our stories are all different but really the same.”

Artists within the industry that have been lucky enough to attend Dance’s sold out seminars have found it to be “mind stretching” and “riveting” while people outside of the arts have found the seminar to show how much more there is to “learn and experience“ about themselves as individuals.

Dance’s next seminar will be held on July 10th from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the Sam Christiansen Studio located at 10440 Burbank Blvd in North Hollywood. For more information and to RSVP call (818) 754-6634. Tickets are $25.