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5 Tips for Surviving the Audition Waiting Room

5 Tips for Surviving the Audition Waiting Room

Ready for your big break? Auditions can be nerve-wracking - and the time you spend sitting in the waiting room before the audition is often where your nerves get the best of you. To help you get prepared, take a look at these 5 acting audition tips from Brooklyn, NY teacher Caitlin G.: If you're an actor going on an audition, you already have enough to worry about.  What am I wearing?  Is my resume updated?  Do I know where I'm going? And then there's the acting part of it. On top of all … Read More

5 Tips for Surviving the Audition Waiting Room
Ready for your big break? Auditions can be nerve-wracking - and the time you spend sitting in the waiting room before the audition is often where your nerves get the best of you. To help you get prepared, take a look at these 5 acting audition tips from Brooklyn, NY teacher Caitlin G.: If you're an actor going on an audition, you already have enough to worry about.  What am I wearing?  Is my resume updated?  Do I know where I'm going? And then there's the acting part of it. On top of all
How to Learn to Dance: Are Classes or Private Lessons Better?
Whether you're just starting out as a dancer or preparing for your solo debut, a professional instructor is a mandatory ingredient in your recipe for success. But do you know how to learn to dance at a pace that's right for you? If you're having trouble deciding between group classes and private lessons, consider some of the ways in which each instruction method can benefit you. Is Dance Class Your Best Bet? When students first enter the world of dance, it's often through enrollment in a gro
10 Things They Don't Tell You in Acting School
You’ve studied Stanislavski, Meisner, Adler, and Suzuki. You’ve 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
4 Drama Techniques to Always Remember
Stars like Meryl Streep and Al Pacino make it look easy, but if you want to become a professional actor, don't expect to rely on talent alone. Even if you're a natural performer who can cry on command and memorize lines, you'll need to learn the following fundamental drama techniques to really master the art of acting. 1. Vocal Dynamics Your lines are just words until you deliver them, but unless your voice is well-trained, they'll still fall flat or sound forced. In order to accurately port
Should I Get an MFA? | Pros & Cons for Attending the Best MFA Programs
The decision to go back to school, especially for actors, is a tough one. Read on as graduate student Jasmine B. gives you the inside scoop in a candid detailing of the pros and cons...   After undergrad, I hit an unexpected wall. After nearly a year of working a low-wage, part time job, I secured a seven month touring gig and thought I was finally going to get to use all of those hard earned skills of my undergraduate training, I was going straight to the top! Nope. During the

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