Seattle Actor Coaching

For Film, TV, Stage, and Commercials

Mighty Tripod Productions

Private Coaching with Angela DiMarco and David S. Hogan

Angela DiMarco and David S. Hogan are actors, producer, and teachers, who live and work in Seattle, WA. In 2012, they founded Mighty Tripod Productions and began coaching and teaching actors of all ages and skill levels in the Pacific Northwest. Their clients have booked roles on regional television shows (Grimm, The Librarians, and Z Nation), commercials, and independent films. Whether you are preparing a role, gearing up for an audition, or are seeking representation, they can help.

Rachelle Henry

“I LOVE Angela! She is an amazing acting coach that gives me great feedback and encourages me to dig deep and to bring the characters to life. She inspires me to be mighty and to be confident in my work. I truly appreciate her dedication in helping me to grow as an actor and as a person.”

Kathy Okawa

”I recently had a one on one coaching session with David. David is truly a wonderful acting coach. I have had a chance to observe him when I was an extra in a film as well as see him recently on stage with Book-It Theater. As a newbie in the acting profession, David’s insight as an actor shows in his knowledge, patience and empathy in teaching. In the short time I had with him, I gained some great advice and tips in reading a monologue, cold reading and how to make a character more real vs. just performing. It was great getting immediate feedback after doing the monologue and working on some lines from a script. I really enjoyed the session and gained more from this than other classes I’ve taken up until now. Now, I just need to put his advice into action in becoming a better actor.”

Gregory Marks

“I took one 2 hour private session with David for an extremely high profile audition, and it was the best audition I have ever had thanks to him. The things he taught me worked. He gave me the tools and methods that made me look super professional and deliver my lines with no fear.”