AMTC's job is to find [performers] and guide them up the mountains of arts and entertainment.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 18, 2013
For the past 30 years, non-profit Christian ministry Actors, Models and Talent for Christ (AMTC) has been scouting the country, searching for actors, models, singers, dancers and comedians who are called to become positive role models in the entertainment industry.
The AMTC team will be screening local Atlanta talent at 7pm at the AMTC Head Offices on April 29th. Professionals and amateurs, ages 4 and up are invited to attend. Auditions are free of charge.
Founded in 1982, by supermodel Millie Lewis and her daughter Carey Lewis, AMTC is a mission and a movement that provides aspiring performers with professional direction, industry introductions and spiritual preparation so they can shine for Christ in the entertainment industry.
This exciting Atlanta event will be hosted by Carey Lewis, Chief Serving Officer for AMTC. Carey says, "In our first 24 years, AMTC became a power player, launching stars in film, fashion, music and theater, but something was missing." She discovered the "It" was God. Lewis had a "come-to-Jesus" meeting in 2006. She felt called to bring AMTC along. "People thought I was crazy, that AMTC could not exist as a boldly Christian company, but they were wrong," laughs Lewis. "When God appoints a person or a company to a mission, He will see it done and nothing on earth can stop it."
Carey is thankful that AMTC has become a shepherd of God’s movement into media: the most influential mission field on earth. "God is preparing an army of performers,"she says. "AMTC’s job is to find them and guide them up the mountains of arts and entertainment."
AMTC has been the starting point for hundreds of successful artists and grads like Mathai from The Voice, Taylor Beckham The Voice’s Season 4 hopeful with Team Usher, Two America’s Next Top Models (Cari Dee and Whitney Thompson), Charles Michael Davis commercial model for Nike and actor in Switched At Birth and soon to be released motion picture Another Stateside, Steven “tWitch” Boss from Step It Up Revolution, Ben Davies from Courageous and Aaron Conley as Young Simba from The Lion King on Broadway. AMTC teaches talented people what they need to know and connects them with an unprecedented array of talent agents, managers and casting directors as the "go-to” source who can create larger opportunities, as confirmed by corporate representatives.
Actors, Models and Talent for Christ Atlanta auditions are being held in AMTC Atlanta Offices 2000 Powers Ferry Rd., SE Suite 1-1A, Marietta, GA 30067, Phone: 800-STAR-420 Participants can register at http://www.amtcaudition.com.