It’s not enough for you to say you’re a great, professional actor; you need someone else to say it for you!
Actors are constantly worrying about what is going on in the mind of the director at the audition…they shouldn’t
To maintain your performance and excellence in your work, it’s important to analyze your efforts before, during and after the project
Understanding the concepts of “The Gutenberg Diagram” and “Highlighting” will help you create an eye-catching resume
Here are some questions to ponder when considering whether to go back to school for your MFA.
When organizing your materials, it’s important to understand the concepts of “chunking” and “stickiness”
Will attending workshops be worth your while? And if so, how to prepare for them?
Every actor is faced with the challenge of being as mentally and physically present as possible during their audition in order to show themselves at their best.
An overlooked facet of an actor’s audition preparation is how they put together the sides of their monologue or scene
Just because you’re acting in a play doesn’t mean you can just kick back and enjoy yourself
As if understanding the concepts of self-promotion weren’t hard enough, actors have at least three additional problems to surmount
When it comes time to stage the monologue or scene you’ll be performing for an audition there are several things to keep in mind – check them out here!
Not only should an actor learn how to deal with what critics think of their work, but also how to use these reviews to their advantage.
It’s not the talent you’re born with that counts, but the way you develop it that makes all the difference in whether you become an expert or not.