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Recent Performing Arts Articles from the Blog

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How to Audition for a TV Show | 5 Steps for Success

How to Audition for a TV Show | 5 Steps for Success

Dreaming of making your debut on TV? Here, acting teacher Liz T. shares her tips for how to audition for a TV show...  Want to be on TV? You'll first need to get some acting training under your belt, and establish a strong knowledge of current dramas and comedies on TV. Then what? Here are your next steps... Film Yourself Because it’s TV, casting directors will want to see how you look and act on a screen as opposed to a stage in a live theater. At home, try filming yourself on an iPhone, M … Read More

How to Audition for a TV Show | 5 Steps for Success
Dreaming of making your debut on TV? Here, acting teacher Liz T. shares her tips for how to audition for a TV show...  Want to be on TV? You'll first need to get some acting training under your belt, and establish a strong knowledge of current dramas and comedies on TV. Then what? Here are your next steps... Film Yourself Because it’s TV, casting directors will want to see how you look and act on a screen as opposed to a stage in a live theater. At home, try filming yourself on an iPhone, M
Careers in Acting: On Stage and Behind the Scenes
Directors, flymen, producers, actors, and even box office staff – there are so many options available to those who have a passion for the performing arts industry. All careers in acting for stage are linked by one thing: a shared love and appreciation for creating live theater. Because of the associated pressures, and long and surprisingly unsociable hours related to the industry, many people who maintain careers in acting do so because they love what they do. Sequins don’t sew themselves on du
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
Acting Tips: Do I Really Need an Acting Coach?
How important is it for aspiring actors to hire an acting coach? Find out in this guest post by New York, NY acting teacher Stephanie B... So let's assume you are an actor in NYC or LA - running around auditioning like mad, but not really getting too many call-backs. And not really getting cast, either! You think, maybe I should try working with an acting coach like some others do. But what can an acting coach do for me? Why give someone money to do---what? What does an acting coach do to
Dance Careers: On Stage and Behind the Scenes
Do you love dance, but aren't sure if you're mentally or physically prepared to devote years toward becoming a professional dancer? Dance is a fun, creative, and even life-changing hobby, but it can be even more than that. No matter what your academic interests, you can find a job that harnesses your love for the stage. In reality, ballet companies and other dance troupes only make up a tiny, elite percentage of dance-related employment opportunities. You might be surprised at the volume and va

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