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    BB'S KIDS Have Starred

    BB'S KIDS Have Starred in...

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    TMLet me help you perfect your craft and get the job.

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    Gerry Cousins fashioned her studio as a direct segue into the professional world of film and TV—emphasizing craft, focus, relaxation and commitment.

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    An L.A. State of Mind

    Shallow, superficial, self-involved, sprawling, segregated, smoggy, history-free and earthquake-prone, nipped and tucked and lifted and peeled, the place where the only cultural advantage is that you can make a right turn on a red light....

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    Jeff Conaway

    ACTOR, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER and Writer

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    Unique Voices

    Let's get this out of the way quickly. Breaking into plain old voice-overs is tough. Doing those unique voices—animation, talking books, or serving as an announcer—is an even tougher nut to crack. The competition is keen and getting keener. Nonetheless, for those who are able to make ...

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    Len Cariou—Commercial Voice Artist

    He romanced Elizabeth Taylor on the big screen (in "A Little Night Music"). He appeared in a recurring role opposite Angela Lansbury on TV's "Murder, She Wrote." And then there was that little matter of a 1979 Broadway show called "Sweeney Todd," in which he and fellow Tony winner ...

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SINGING : Voices From the Road

    You've had five years of voice training, your technique is solid—and then a cold destroys your sound the day of your big show. Unfortunately everything that affects your body can also affect your vocal cords, including sickness, stress, diet, the weather, and lack of sleep.

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    The New Wave on Broadway is Extreme Facial Expressions.

    Everyone knows that stage acting requires a certain amplitude or normal acting techniques due to the environment. The audience is a twenty to thirty feet away from the Stage. Actors need to speak louder, move more generously and now actors find that exaggerated facial expressions add that sorely needed missing ...

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    Welcome Knights of Velour!

    Costuming for Period films set in the days of knights, shining armor, and toothless peasants can be quite a challenge. Thankfully we arranged a brief interview with the master of King Arthur period clothing and part owner of "Wilde Knights Clothing Design" Chuck "Sir Galahad" Loosyer.