Actress Caitlin Benya Has a Great Tip For Memorizing Lines

Having trouble memorizing lines? Check out this video by actress Caitlin Benya!

Written by Caitlin Benya

Born with a natural passion and drive for artistic expression, I find myself blessed at this age to have the history of a life long relationship with my craft.

Primarily an actor, I have also branched out in the additional mediums of spoken word art and poetry to express myself. I realize all the training and past experiences I have had creating and performing is extremely valuable knowledge to have.

This platform is a space I have created to open up and share my present journey as a professional artist. Through all its transition; the trials, the tribulations, the nuggets of gold, the tips and tricks, and some of my actual work, as well as wisdom I’ve gleaned from my evolving perspective–with the aim to demystify a quite unconventional career to those brave enough to embark upon and connect with and encourage the creative community.

The idea for this specific video you’re about to see was actually inspired by an audition I had and then landed as a host for a company’s new channel.

In the video, I explore and share a clever acting tip that I learned in my time at the British American Drama Academy in London- that can be applied instantly to any material you’re working through.

You can find me on twitter @CindarellaBee and on YouTube (youtube.com/CindarellaB)

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