Tag Archives: scene partner

Trust in the Entertainment Industry: Do’s and Don’t’s

3307566

Trust is a tricky thing at the best of times. When given professionally, though, misplaced trust can have financial and career-based consequences. What makes it extra difficult to navigate is the fact that we operate in a field that is steeped in emotion and personal relationships, even depends on them. Combine that with the attending […]

Continue

Posted in Career Advice | Also tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Flashback Friday: The Art of Good Listening (And Why It Gets You Hired)

2844451

There is a reason we call them “scene partners.” Every scene is (or should be) a fully functioning partnership. It all boils down to one thing: listening. Good listening will make a scene worth watching, bad listening is a death knell. It is insidiously easy for actors to get so involved in our own acting that listening […]

Continue

Posted in Acting Tips | Also tagged , , , , , , | Comments closed

Creative Hiding

4629143

I have written a lot about the “Physical Action” and “Behavior” in order to create a full, truthful life on stage or in front of the camera.  I have quoted Robert DeNiro who encouraged actors to find their characters by, “doing the actions of the character.”  A crucial element of understanding physical life in acting […]

Continue

Posted in Acting Tips, How To Guide | Also tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments closed

The Art of Good Listening (And Why It Gets You Hired)

2844451

There is a reason we call them “scene partners.” Every scene is (or should be) a fully functioning partnership. It all boils down to one thing: listening. Good listening will make a scene worth watching, bad listening is a death knell. It is insidiously easy for actors to get so involved in our own acting […]

Continue

Posted in Acting Tips, How To Guide | Also tagged , , , , , , , , , | Comments closed