Actors Nathan Ray Clark and E-Kan Soong talk about their infomercial spoof, 'How To Play a Bartender For TV'
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Kristi Roosmaa is an Estonian-born singer/actress living out her dreams in New York City.
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Working in site specific theater has enabled Laura to write plays, improvise, direct shows, be really REALLY present and become a character
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.
Written by Josh Hawkins It started December 18th: I was given an eleven page set of sides with only a day and a half to...
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...
Agent Josiah Akinyele talks helping actors discover themselves, selecting new clients and his biggest bug bear - not being off book on self-taped auditions
Caitlin shares an acting tip she learned in her time at the British American Drama Academy in London!
Musical theater lover Beth Kelly loves her some Meryl Streep. Check out her article!
"After five years of acting classes, rigorous auditions, and giving it all I had, I decided I needed another approach," she said.
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
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Both Brando and Adler recoiled from the term “method acting” because it didn’t speak to the research-based acting that Adler taught