Congratulations to Alaska singing sensation, Kate Earl on her Hollywood success! Now touring the United States with Matchbox 20 and The Goo Goo Dolls!Years ago, I remember scouting in Alaska and meeting Kate Earl at one of my auditions. A young, amazing personality, and a passion to perform. I had taken an afternoon drive […]
Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Justin was first introduced to the arts, when his mom took him to see his cousin’s play at the age of 8. Instantly drawn to the bright lights of the stage, Justin was hooked on the idea of becoming an actor. However, in his younger years, Justin decide […]
Discovered by Kim Myers and Laura Dagon during an Alaskan scouting trip, Thad Mills is now DREAMING BIG in Hollywood!It’s time for another amazing season of Home Made Simple on OWN. Catch Thad Mills on the season premiere this Saturday at 9am/8c. Check out this sneak preview of the first episode http://bit.ly/QX9GX8 and go […]
Abbie Cobb is a Los Angeles actor who is currently in the trenches, learning every day from her successes and mistakes. She has booked dozens of roles, including Disney Channel’s Starstruck, Pair of Kings, Good Luck Charlie: It’s Christmas, Jonas LA, and Imagination Movers. She has also had roles on American Horror Story, Two […]
Kim Myers and her staff have put together a wonderful,safe,positive,fun,first class opportunity for our children to perform in front of people that are the leaders in their business such as singing,acting,modeling. It would be impossible for our children to get a chance any other way to get the exposure they get to these industry insiders without The Arts. My daughter has participated two times and is looking at her third experience this winter. Kim has always remained a friend and a resource. The industry insiders have remained friends and resources. This is for real. One of the young boys that we met when my daughter was in the program is now starring in a Disney show. My daughter has had several opportunities because of what she learned and I learned at The Arts. If your child wants to get into the entertainment business and learn how to do it. The Arts is the safe,positive,shortcut to do it. If anyone has any questions please feel free to Facebook me.
John Finney Kentucky
My 10 yr old daughter went to ARTS Dec 2011 and we signed with an amazing manager that we meat there. Kim is the real deal. Just remember that this is the first step to either N’Y or LA. Be prepared to comment to a lifestyle change and a very exciting journey.
Jim McLaughlin Ohio
My daughter attended the ARTS this last June. She is 12. It held so many wonderful things for her. It was worth every dime and every mile driven from Nebraska to Florida. This has been a great blessing, she learned so much about the business and herself thru the process. The people we have met there were amazing. Great decision… give it to God and he will lead you in the direction. Kim said at the call back that she believed that she met people at points in their life when it was right and that there were reasons for it. I have not forgotten that and completely believe that she is correct.
I am so happy that we decided to become part of the ARTS family! This organization is truly amazing. They have opened up pathways for my daughter that we never would have been able to find on our own. Not only do they help artists grow and find opportunities but they provide a caring, supportive, family, and faith based environment for them. I am so thankful that we found the ARTS!
Lisa Christopher Morgantown, WV
I agree with all of the other comments, and my daughter was in the same group as Christine M Madigan’s daughter. Our children learned so much, and were taught how to use their gifts in a way that is appropriate for their age. Listen and follow what they teach you in the workshops they will have in your area to prepare your child for Florida, it is phenomenal advice. Even if nothing happens as far as getting an agency or a job when you are at the big event in Florida, your child will come away from the experience being proud of who they are, know how to conduct themselves professionally around adults, and will know what to do in an audition so that in the future you aren’t wasting your time and money doing things “the wrong way”, and you can give them what they want to see or hear at an audition. And last but not least, I was surprised and completely tickled and thrilled that the whole event is shepherded by wonderful God loving people who want nothing better than to let your child’s light shine through. Good luck to you in making your decision!