The Powerful Secret to Great Emotional Acting
The best actors know that part of the process involves truly understanding your character's motivation and inner thoughts. Find out how to get started in this guest post by teacher Timothy S...
One of the most effective ways to learn acting is knowing never to accept just the facts when it comes to relationships. The ability to tap into the emotions of your character is the foundation of great acting. That foundation is, in turn, constructed upon the bedrock of understanding your ch
Introduction to Belly Dancing Styles: How to Find the Right Classes For You
If youre itching to learn belly dancing, you may be wondering where to start. Here, teacher Morwenna A. explains the differences in belly dancing styles:
What is belly dancing? This article will help cut through the hype. You will be able to make an intelligent choice of classes to take.
To begin, you may be wondering what constitutes belly dance. I believe it falls in three main categories, like a coin with two sides and a rim:
Side 1: This might be a dancer that dances in a restaurant or
How to Find Scholarships for the Best Acting Schools
Becoming an actor takes hard work, dedication, passion, and drive. For high school students thinking seriously about a career in acting, now is the time to prepare for the training you will need to help you succeed. After all, high school is a time when you have opportunities that may be harder to find or simply will not exist later on.
Most of the actors you see on television, film, and even the stage have gone through years of education and training, and getting into one of the best acting sc
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
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