How to Prepare for a Cold Reading Audition in 4 Easy Steps
Vying for your dream role on stage or on screen? Any audition can be scary, but especially so if it calls for reading a script without ever seeing it before. Here are some helpful audition tips from Huntington Beach, CA teacher Natalie E. to help you prepare with confidence...
Preparing for a cold reading audition can seem like a daunting task. How can I make strong choices if I'm still on book? How can I truly capture the life of the character if Im only reading a couple of
10 Things They Don't Tell You in Acting School
Youve studied Stanislavski, Meisner, Adler, and Suzuki. Youve learned the Circle of Fifths and mastered your second turns. But are you ready for the real world? Here are a few golden tidbits to help any recent grad transition from the acting school environment into the working world, written by actor and teacher Jasmine B.:
1. Competition is Real
(But it doesn't have to bring you down.)
Right around showcase time, students at acting colleges and conservatory programs start noticin
Embodying the Ensemble Energy | Tips for Ensemble Acting
Performing a monologue is much different from acting as part of an ensemble! Make sure you're ahead of the pack with these tips from New York City actor and teaching artist Jasmine B...
We all want to be that actor that everyone wants to work with. Ive been in quite a few ensembles (one Ive had the pleasure of being in for four years!) and have found some keys to working well with others and producing quality work. Here are a few simple ways to improve your ensemble acting and
Acting 101: What Can I Expect at My First Acting Lesson?
Gearing up for your first acting lesson? Here, teacher Matthew H. explains what to expect at your first lesson, including some of the acting exercises you'll likely do, and more...
So this is it. Youve always wanted to act and made the first step in the right direction: taking acting lessons. While some celebrities have had incredible luck with being discovered, the vast majority of talented actors and actresses have extensive training, whether attending one of the top acting schools or
How to Have Stage Presence | 4 Areas to Improve Your Voice
Actors, your voice is one of the most powerful tools you have to make a character come to life. Next time you're getting into a character, use these tips from Baltimore, MD acting teacher Larry P. for improving your stage presence...
Remember when your mother used to remind you to use your indoor voice? You have all sorts of indoor voices, and in order to best portray any character and improve your stage presence, be it in an audition, a rehearsal, or a production, you have to