Voiceregistry Weekend Workout Featured Guest Listener Carol RatheJuly 19, 2012 by: Colleen
Read & Learn From Talent Agent Carol Rathe – Go Voices, Denver
About Carol Rathe & Go Voices:
When you contact Go Voices for a voice talent, announcer or narrator, what are you getting? In addition to a great website and an amazing group of exceptional voice artists, you’re getting valuable insight and experience from an accomplished producer and voice talent agent, Carol Rathe.
One of the most knowledgeable people in the field of Voiceovers, Carol has an extensive background in the business. Beginning in 1980 as a full-time successful voice talent, she later went on to become a writer/producer. After working on ad agency retail and lottery accounts, she went on to freelance for several years. She wrote and produced segments that would air on CNBC, produced a United Cerebral Palsy Telethon, made music videos and nature documentaries, and traveled the country producing interviews with the nation’s most prominent corporate executives.
In 1993, she established the Broadcast Department at Arlene Wilson Management in Milwaukee, and went on to become the Talent Agency Director and to head up the Voiceover department for the agency’s Atlanta, Chicago and Milwaukee offices. After 14 years, the agency was bought by Ford Models and became Aria Talent, which continues to this day as a nationally recognized talent agency.
Now Carol has established Go Voices, taking all the things she’s learned over the past 30 years and rolling them into a voice talent agency that works for everyone.
***Weekend Workouts are only available to Voiceregistry Platinum Members***
The PRACTICE SCRIPT for Weekend Workouts are posted to voiceregistry Platinum member accounts every Friday by 3pm (PST). Voice Over actors can learn about the Platinum membership here.
WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE WEEKEND WORKOUTS?
Further develop your voice over auditioning technique through practice.
Receive constructive critiques of your practice audition
Learn from others by listening to their takes and reading any suggestions given by the Guest Director
Increase your exposure to Talent Agents and Casting Directors.