Advice

Sort by:
  • Advice

    Don't Be a $tarving Arti$t

    Once my clients begin generating substantial income, I have another job as well: advising them on how to protect their assets and avoid pitfalls that may deplete their wealth.

  • Advice

    Irene Park

    After working for four years in New York for "corporate America," Irene Park decided to return to Los Angeles and pursue her true love.

  • Advice

    Life as a Character Actor

    People ask, "Why do you like doing so many different characters?" I always answer, "Why wouldn't you?" That's why you got into acting in the first place.

  • Advice

    Teacher Education, Partner Objection

    "I realize that homeschooling isn't for everyone, but it seems like a good way for child actors to have consistent teachers."

  • Advice

    Commercial Myths Busted

    My face dropped when I walked in and discovered that the copy was not up on a card. So I clumsily improvised my way through the audition, since I hadn't memorized all the lines.

  • Advice

    Actor Training Abroad?

    "I would say the gung-ho attitude toward the work would be the most obvious difference between training abroad and training actors here in the U.S." -- Ron Burrus

  • Advice

    Welcome to the Theater

    Aside from always being on time and always being thoroughly prepared and doing your best, it's kind of up to the gods. The rest you have absolutely no control over.

  • Advice

    Jocelyn O'Neil

    In the past year, as nonunion actor Jocelyn O'Neil shifted her focus from theater to on-camera work, she was cast in five films she found thanks to Back Stage.

  • Advice

    The Dark Side of 'Extinction'

    "I didn't have reservations about doing 'Extinction,' but I am select about who I bring to the play," asserts Stefanie E. Frame, who plays first-time hooker Victoria in the dark drama by Gabe McKinley.

  • Advice

    Actors Effectively Exploiting Social Networks

    Online social networks have become a modern medium for everyone to sell their wares with the least amount of cost for the most return.