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    How To Conquer The Stress Of The Audition Room

    Living a more creative, abundant, fully expressed and joyful life benefits from following the major tenets of a spiritual and meditative practice.

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    How To Help Your Child Actor Have a Fun and Productive Summer

    I like to think of time in four ways – my time, your time, together time, and down time. We all lead busy lives so building in downtime is crucial to prevent burn out.

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    Actor Audition App Is An Acting Coach on Your Smartphone

    Can you pack a full class’s worth of acting advice into a single iOS download? L.A.-based coach Scott Sedita seems to think you can and has set out to prove it with his $9.99 Actor Audition App, a largely static collection of useful tips about auditioning ...

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    How To Handle Bullying As an Actor

    Essentially, the bully targets you for what you represent—often the qualities he will never have. Just as some say, “imitation is the highest form of flattery,” so is bullying, as it comes quite often from a place of pathological jealousy.

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    4 Things Never To Say In An Agent Interview

    Normally, I put most of my efforts into making suggestions about the things actors should do, but many actors make mistakes during an interview. Here are the most common questions to avoid asking.

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    How To Find Your Acting Sweet Spot

    Your sweet spot is the specific behavior you propel into a character that’s singular to you. Your ability to recognize it and then radiate it to your audience is your launching pad for tangible artistic success.

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    Why You Need To Be Vulnerable As An Actor

    Your light that shines upon the world is different from anyone else’s. How you shine is the individual expression of who you are. Your light isn’t more special than someone else’s – we’re all plugged into the same electrical grid – but it is unique to you.

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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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    Stop Telling Yourself Lies About Your Career!

    If only we could stop telling stories that contradicted our hearts, who would we be? Amazing Adventurers. Dynamic Doers. Beautiful Bad-Asses. Courageous Creators. But it’s hard because we’re invested in our stories.

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    Why Your Emotional History Is Important as an Actor

    An area in an actor’s work that is often neglected is emotional history. With history comes emotion, and it shows up in what the character says and does.