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VIDEO – 4 Expert Commercial Audition Tips: Part 2

Hi, I’m Mae Ross the owner/director of  https://321ActingStudios.com We are an acting school for children, teens and young adults in Los Angeles.  I am excited to bring you another article and video edition of: How to audition “Tips and Quips” with Mae and Morehouse. Here are 4 tried and true tips that will make you […]

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VIDEO – 4 Expert Commercial Audition Tips Part 1

The video that complements this article is with me and https://321ActingStudios.com acting instructor Ron Morehouse. I  can boast that Ron has 50 National commercials to his credit, and I have starred in dozens! So yes, you can consider us experts. Here are are some of our tried and true tips for you to be ahead of the […]

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VIDEO – How to be your Talent Agent’s Dream Client

Agents Love Parents and Actors Who: Are always REACHABLE within an hour by phone, text or email. Within 2 hours (of an audition notice) confirm the date & time of auditions in the manner the agent has requested. SAY THANK YOU to everyone! (In an email to your agent for a great audition, to the […]

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VIDEO – How to be your Talent Agent’s Dream Client

Agents Love Parents and Actors Who: Are always REACHABLE within an hour by phone, text or email. Within 2 hours (of an audition notice) confirm the date & time of auditions in the manner the agent has requested. SAY THANK YOU to everyone! (In an email to your agent for a great audition, to the […]

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VIDEO – Actor’s Audition Bag: Essential Items to Keep in Your Bag!

​21 items to have in your audition bag. Water Snacks/ Napkin​s/ Hand wipes​ Headshots/Resumes Business cards Pencil/Pen/Highlighter Demo Reel on USB drive Headphones ​Razor​ Deodorant Breath mints Toothbrush Make-up supplies Hair brush comb, ​clips​ ​Hair ​spray Quarters for Parking Meter Change of Clothes Dressy & casual Robe Iphone/Ipad for GPS directions Cash/Credit Card     We […]

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VIDEO – How To Execute A Commercial Copy Successfully by Mae Ross

1. Energy. You are hired because they love your energy. So pace yourself when working so you can keep your energy pumping. Commercials are most always shot in one day. Make sure you get enough rest and eat before and during the shoot. Commercial are “happy-lands- ville.” Got a problem? Commercial products will solve all your problems; hair is […]

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VIDEO – Rejection: Use these tips to make your child actor feel better!

Scenario: Your talented child actor has been auditioning like crazy and has not booked for a long time. To add insult to injury they just had 3 callbacks on a feature film, met the director and producer only to hear they didn’t get the part.  What are you going to do when they express feelings […]

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VIDEO – How To Deliver A Winning Personality Slate

Don't cut corners on your Self-Tapes

In the video accompanying this article you will see 2 young acting students from 3-2-1- Acting School in Los Angeles demonstrate what I like to call the “Personality Slate.” As you know the “slate” is what actors use to introduce themselves when auditioning for TV and Film acting roles. Why is a great slate so […]

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VIDEO – Practicing Improvisation Skills Makes You a Better Actor and Human Being!

Cast It Talent is pleased to present a new take on acting with a focus on kids! Mae Ross and her students from 321 Acting Studios will take a deeper dive into important acting topics like this week’s blog on improv. Improvisation helps you experience life and its changes with aplomb and is an obvious […]

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