Ms Rogers has worked in and around the South Florida Film & Stage industry for more than 25 years in numerous capacities including; teaching, coaching, casting, writing, stage management and talent. She created stage and camera programs for new and seasoned actors including “Step One-On Camera Workshop” – (a program for beginning actors to learn on camera techniques as well as how to approach the industry from a business prospective) And “Step Two–On Camera workshop” for more advanced camera techniques that include on camera copy and scene exercises. Ms. Rogers spent more than 5 ½ years as an instructor with Hollywood Playhouse where she created and taught monologue and scene study and improvisation classes for beginners, advanced and intermediate theatre students. Ms. Rogers recently taught at The Acting School of South Florida. And has lectured on “the business end of the acting modeling business.” Ms Rogers has worked as a casting assistant to NY casting director Louis DiGiamo, locally with Dee Miller, Kim Houston, Ellen Jacoby, Lori Wyman, Unique Casting and others. You may have seen some of her work on local and national commercials including Bacardi Rum, Crest, Publix, Nextel and Hertz. Her work as a voice over artist includes productions with, Broadcast Video, The Miami Herald, Channel 4, The Puppet Theatre, the NY production of “Leaf Meafs” and many others. Her television work includes roles in, Extra Large, 21 Jump Street, and Miami Vice. Ms Rogers writing credits include work for Don Beret-Broadcast Video, Stage and Screen Newspaper and Marquee Magazine. As of 9/2016, Sara was awarded “Acting Coach Excellence”, from the Women in The Arts.
Unique traits: Kind and supportive to all actors trained. An adult acting coach based in South Florida, specifically, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Once I began working in the business I quickly fell in love with the craft, and ultimately fell in love with actors. However, this isn't about me, it's about you! The method in which you learn is the method that is taught in class. Each individual learns at a different pace and is taught in a way that makes the technique clear for them, all in a safe and judgement free environment. You get to risk and create your work as you grow. As an adult acting coach my classes are typically mixed from beginners to advanced students, the advanced students renew their basic skills while moving through the work and are learning more and more technique and the beginners watch and learn from the advanced students and accelerate accordingly. Once you step into class you will quickly realize we are collaborators working together for the common good of the group and sometimes for the performance. Whether it is in scenes, camera work, improvisation or learning monologues, we as artists learn to support each other, because a team effort is always stronger than an individuals. You are not alone in your quest.
Women in the Arts - USA 2019 Acting Coach Excellence Award
Women in the Arts - Miami 2016 Acting Coach Excellence Award