Acting coach Warner Loughlin has written a wonderful new book that debunks the nonsense of the “tortured actor.”
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Sexton was a working actress and is now an acting coach and acting teacher, so she knows what she’s talking about.
The only thing wrong with Steven Karam’s new play, Speech & Debate, is that you might wish it would continue for another scene or two.
If you’re in search of a new monologue or just want to add one to your actor’s toolkit, you can’t go wrong here.
If you’re looking for the book on acting that’ll inspire and set a fire to your actor juices, Boze Hadleigh’s ‘An Actor Succeeds’ is one to check out.
Finding a good monologue has always been the one thing I’ve hated about being an…
The new book, Broadway Musicals: Show By Show, is the most in-depth book on musical…
The tenth annual edition of The Playbill Broadway Yearbook is out and, as usual, it’s chock full of all things that are wonderful.
I hate monologues. Always have. It’s just so unnatural to stand there before a casting…
I love everything about this book!
All of the plays are very quick reads – they’re short plays, duh! – and most are pretty darn good.
The Savvy Actor Career Manual bills itself as ‘The Most Comprehensive Actor’s Business Guide Ever’ and while that’s a pretty big claim, it gets pretty close.
If you’re a new actor and you’re looking to get into the sitcom world, The Sitcom Career Book would be a great place to start.
Trying to get into the Soap world? ‘The ABC’s of Soaps’ is a great way to start!
This is a solid, practical, concise guide on how to break down a scene