This biggest challenge we all have today in this modern technological world is the insane amount of distractions. Here are some suggestions to better focus on your auditions
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Headshot photographer Vanie Poyey received an email from an old client whose manager had offered to take her headshots. What did she tell her?
The key to success in your acting lies is in how you prepare
At the heart of all great performances is the artist’s ability to be in the moment. This is imperative for actors.
It’s easy to get caught up in the daily grind of being an actor and to forget to relax and enjoy the journey. And let’s be honest, it is a grind but…
Playing a real person, on stage or screen, can be a burden of responsibility for even the most experienced actor.
Getting involved and saying yes to readings is one thing you can do right now to help boost your acting career.
Your agents need to sell you so when they ask for headshots with personality just trust them!
Method acting is an all-round practical approach to acting training that germinated in a particular set of circumstances
When someone is overly controlling about every aspect of the shoot from the largest detail to the smallest of details, it tends to stifle creativity.
Your physical posture determines how you feel, how you talk to yourself (either positively or negatively), but more importantly, how the world relates to you and ultimately, how your life unfolds.
Written by Paul Kampf Those two simple words often create high levels of stress when…
Every actor pursuing a professional career comes to that daunting fork in the road: ‘Do I continue pursuing the career or do I give it up?’
The old adage that hard work, talent and luck are the keys to an actor’s success needs to be amended with the addition of ‘creating his own opportunities.
Failure ignites your whole learning system on a visceral level.
Auditions are an art unto themselves. The more of them you do, ideally, the better you get.
As actors, sometimes we tend to have tunnel vision with our careers and we need a little reminder to relax, have fun and give back to the community.
Artists (including entertainers, painters and writers), perhaps more than any other occupation, consistently place their creative hearts on their sleeves.
Sacrifice is very personal, of course, and just making the move to Los Angeles or New York is one of the biggest you’ll ever make.
If you’re lucky enough to be among the small percentage of actors in the TV casting pool this summer, here are some tips to help you rise to the top, stay afloat and make a splash at your auditions.