iPOP! is short for the International Presentation Of Performers.
iPOP! is a Convention that happens twice a year: in Las Vegas in July and Hollywood in January. iPOP! brings trained performers and models together with leading talent managing and modeling agencies from all over the United States, as well as Europe and Asia.
At iPOP! every performer auditions for qualified professionals who are currently working in the industry and will get a chance to experience the realities of the entertainment and fashion industries from the inside. They will get valuable experience in performing in front of large groups of people, as well as important agents and managers, practice their auditioning skills, and develop networking skills. Agents, managers and casting directors can attend iPOP! by invitation only. Invitational list is limited to those agents and managers who are reputable and respected in the business, and have the power to launch careers for actors, models, singers and dancers. It's not "how many" that matters at iPOP! it's "who." Find out who are some of the agents that have attended iPOP! at www.ipopconvention.com.
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Leading modeling agencies from New York, Paris, Milan, London and Tokyo send their scouts to iPOP! in search of beautiful, fresh faces. Some models will be selected to perform in the final night showcase fashion shows produced by Mr. Michael Maddox. Models are evaluated in the following categories:
Gives an opportunity for aspiring actors to audition for leading agents and casting directors from New York and Hollywood. Whether it's theater, television or being on the big screen, performers meet with the right person in the industry who can make their dreams and aspirations come true.
Aspiring actors show their skills in the following categories:
2. TV Commercial
Managers that represent leading singers in the industry come to iPOP! to recruit new talent. Singers participate in series of auditions, and get a chance to audition for the Broadway Showcase that takes place the last night of the convention. Singers must have two songs in contrasting styles prepared. Their performance skills, audition techniques, vocal abilities, stage presence and commercial appeal are evaluated.
Dancers who are professionally trained in Tap, Jazz and Hip Hop are seen by leading managers in the industry as well as interested casting directors,who evaluate them based on their performance skills, stage presence, technique and commercial appeal. Performers prepare a one-minute dance piece to perform on the main stage and a second piece will be taught by famed choreographers, Jeri Slaughter and Paul Morente, who have choreographed and performed with Christina Aguilara. Each performer will then be judged on this second dance.