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Acting for the Camera vs. Onstage - Is There a Difference?

Acting for the Camera vs. Onstage - Is There a Difference?

Many professional actors have flawlessly transitioned between acting onstage and acting for the camera over the years. While the two mediums are distinct and require a specific skill set, there is much debate about how different they really are. In this article we’d like to take you through a few of the common differences between stage and screen performances, as well as offer some advice on technique and approach should you aspire to hone a well-rounded acting skill set. People are often quick … Read More

Acting for the Camera vs. Onstage - Is There a Difference?
Many professional actors have flawlessly transitioned between acting onstage and acting for the camera over the years. While the two mediums are distinct and require a specific skill set, there is much debate about how different they really are. In this article we’d like to take you through a few of the common differences between stage and screen performances, as well as offer some advice on technique and approach should you aspire to hone a well-rounded acting skill set. People are often quick
Super Cute Kids Re-Enact 2014 Oscar Nominated Films So You Don't Have To
Wow, the Oscars are coming up fast! The 2014 Academy Awards will air this Sunday, March 2. If  you haven't had time to catch all of this year's big pictures (or just haven't made your own viral re-enactments yet), let these amazing kids take care of business for you. My personal fave is the mini-Joaquin Phoenix in Her. Shout out to mom.me and Cinefix for this cool collaboration! All  you movie buffs out there can learn more about the grown-up actors nominated this year, follow our blog
3 Reasons Singers Should Also Learn How to Act
Great stage presence can really enhance your performance as a singer! Here, voice teacher Molly R. shares how learning how to act should be on every singer's to-do list...     Enviable high notes. A pure tone. Easy vocal runs. Low notes that can carry for days. Flexibility throughout the range. These are just some of the things singers say they want to achieve when they first start voice lessons -- among many, many other goals! As a voice teacher, I do my best to work with them so
3 Ways to Overcome Shakespearean Intimidation on Stage
Most people are familiar with the storylines of famous Shakespeare plays like Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet - but when you're actually looking at the scripts, sometimes it can feel like you're reading another language! To combat this, here are some tips from Baltimore acting teacher Larry P...   Finally got that audition or that part? The one in the Shakespeare play? Suddenly overrun by the worry that the language will be too much? Confidence that has never left you before suddenly
10 Things to Include on Your Acting Resume
When it comes to preparing your acting resume, knowing what to include can be a challenge. However, there are several items that should always be included. Instead of only listing the parts you've played, include some of the following items to dazzle directors: Up-to-date Contact Information - One of the most important parts of any resume is your contact information. How will recruiters and talent agents contact you if your information is not correct? Update your contact information when

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