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Your Acting Career: Tips for Staying (Mostly) Sane When You’re in This for the Long Haul – Part II


(continued – Part 1) 4. Have a “life” outside this life Yes, I understand how blasphemous this sounds – especially to younger actors. (I spent junior high proudly walking around in a t-shirt emblazoned with the words, “Acting is Life, the Rest is Just Details.”  So I get it!) But when all you do is […]


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Auditioning Success: A Winning Attitude and Your Authentic, Personal, Truthful Self


It’s not fear, it’s not nerves, it’s not anxiety–it’s excitement.  It’s a “rush”.  You LOVE IT.  Own that.  Smile at that.  Go in the room with THAT.  That joy and love of acting, that rush you get from performing, is a powerful part of who you are.  It’s part of what brought you to being […]


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