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    The #1 Thing To Do When You Want To Give Up as an Actor

    If you look at your life, the tremendous amount of effort you had to exert to overcome obstacles and get to where you are today speaks of the possibility of your spirit.

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    5 Places To Find a Great Monologue

    Last week I shared with you how to improve your child’s chances of making a great impression when choosing a monologue. Are you curious where to find some good material for that next big audition?

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    4 Things You Need To Accept During the Audition

    A great audition requires you to be in complete command of yourself, your work, and the room. Accepting everything as it is in the present moment is key to having this kind of command.

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    7 Essential Acting Rituals

    Rituals play a vital part in the evolution of life and as an actor. Here are seven practices to help you stop getting stuck in your story and step into your light.

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    1 Simple Way to Get More Commercial Auditions

    Too many actors are missing out on numerous commercial casting opportunities by not presenting themselves professionally or effectively enough in the skills section of their resume.

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    How To Get an Agent To Respond To You

    To get an agent to respond to your marketing materials or to build your network of casting directors here are some tips.

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    10 Steps To Working as an Actor Outside NY and L.A.

    If you are frustrated living outside of a big city and want to make it in show biz, don’t fret. Here are some helpful tips to guide you.

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    How To Get Discovered

    If you clicked on this article in hopes of actually finding the answer to immediate stardom, you may want to take a good look at yourself and why you are still trying to reach for this unattainable fantasy.

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    3 Acting Lessons From Lena Dunham

    Dunham's sudden burst of popularity and even her mere presence as a (relatively new) player in our industry is not only a breath of fresh air, but a treasure trove of lessons for you as an actor. Here are just three that pop to mind that can help you ...

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    How Actors Really Get Into Character

    The journalist and sociology researcher, Malcolm Gladwell, does a lot of interesting stuff. His best-selling books explore cultural phenomena, the science behind social shifts, and how our environment shapes and influences us in innumerable ways.