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
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
Dancing for Beginners: What Can I Expect at My First Lesson?
Ready to give a "dancing for beginners" class a shot? Here, teacher Liz T. shares what to expect, and how to set yourself up for success...
So you've signed up for your first dance class - excellent! Whether you are pursuing ballet, jazz, tap, modern, ballroom, salsa, or Zumba, here are some things to expect at your first lesson and tips to help you succeed in your dance training!
Decide Between Private Lessons or Group Lessons
Some dance classes, such as ballet, jazz, and tap
An Actor's Life: Your Career Path to New York Shows
If you're an aspiring Broadway performer, the steps you take during high school play a significant role in your success on the stages of New York shows in the future. Sure, you sometimes hear stories of people who book amazing lead roles in shows after a single audition, but thats not a realistic view of how it all happens - for most actors, at least. Ask any working Broadway performer New York is not a city that hands you success simply because youve just moved there. Hard work, discipline,
Audition Monologues for Kids, Teens, and Adults: Every Actor's Worst Nightmare!
Struggling to find that perfect audition monologue? It can take some time, so be prepared to be patient! Read on as Courtney P., one of our acting teachers in the Orlando area, offers her advice:
Let's face it, most actors HATE monologues. They are tedious, and most of the time, it's ridiculously hard to find the right one. Monologues are, however, necessary in the entertainment Industry, and many times your monologue can make or break an audition.
The process of perfecting your monologue