Catapult to Host ‘Successful Stage Parenting’ Seminar

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Catapult Acting Studios continues to offer Atlanta, Georgia–based actors the information and insight into the entertainment industry they need. On June 25, the studio will host a three-hour seminar titled “The Art of Successful Stage Parenting,” open to young talent and their parents.

Instructors Erik Lingvall (winner of Backstage’s 2015 Readers’ Choice for Atlanta’s favorite acting coach) and Bonnie Wallace (the mother of Dove Cameron, star of the Disney Channel’s “Liv and Maddie”) will guide seminar participants on the ins and outs of launching children’s acting careers, including “building the perfect ‘team,’ secrets to great audition prep, maximizing their specific market, finding the right coach/training, protecting their child in the industry and much more.” As a featured event in SCADshow, the home of aTVfest and other events at the Savannah College of Art and Design, “The Art of Successful Stage Parenting” is a can’t-miss educational opportunity.

READ: “Atlanta Acting Coach Erik Lingvall Fosters the Local Actor”

If you’re a stage parent looking to get your child on-camera work both in Georgia’s booming film industry and on a larger scale, click here for tickets. Registration starts at $25.

Led by Lingvall, Catapult Acting Studios is constantly offering workshops and classes, as well as private coaching opportunities. Check out for more information, and follow them on Twitter @CatapultActing.

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Erik Lingvall
Winner of Backstage’s Readers’ Choice for Atlanta’s Favorite Acting Coach, Erik Lingvall brings a wealth of experience guiding and training talent, throughout the Southeast. As the founder of Catapult Acting, a top training studio in Atlanta for actors concentrating on TV/film and commercial work, he has established himself as one of the most sought-after acting coaches in the country.
Bonnie J. Wallace
Bonnie J. Wallace is the author of the acclaimed “Hollywood Parents Guide,” producer of the popular Hometown to Hollywood podcast, and writes a blog for parents of young actors at She also offers private consultations with parents who want to help their child become happy professional actors, and teaches and speaks on the acting business for parents at panels and events across the country.