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    How To Create Your Hosting Reel

    To make a great hosting reel, you don't need many of the things that make showing your acting talent so difficult to do.

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    6 Tips For Auditioning With a Dialect

    Auditioning with an unfamiliar dialect can really get in your way of landing the role. When learning a new dialect, here are some tips to keep in mind to help you have a successful audition.

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    3 Strategies For Framing a Meeting

    A frame is the way your brain mentally packages your power, authority, strength, information, and social status. In any meeting for any reason between two or more people, one person grabs the power.

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    Don't Act From the Neck Up

    Unless an actor is paralyzed from the neck down, there is absolutely no reason to act from the neck up. As actors, we’re seeking to create real people and surely those real people should live in their entire bodies as we do.

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    How To Maintain Perspective in Your Acting Career

    When we don’t keep things in perspective and only on what isn’t working, we become defeated by rejections and challenges and lose perspective. Contextually, we’ve probably made great progress in order to get to where we now stand.

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    Don’t Let Nerves Sabotage a Young Performer’s Audition!

    As an acting coach and teacher primarily for child to young adult performers, I more often see a much milder form that manifests itself during the audition.

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    How To Access Your Inner Director

    Our inner critic rears its ugly head at the most inopportune moments—auditions, opening nights, first days on set—and reflects our own self-doubt and fear. It’s that little voice that says, “That was terrible. You’re not good enough. You’re a failure.”

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    Why You Need To Take Control Of Your Acting Career

    One of the biggest obstacles in life is knowing whether to blend in or stand out. Should you listen to the "experts" or break your own trail?

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    How to Choose an Acting School

    Choosing where and what to study might be the single most important decision you make in your acting life. Choose correctly, and it could lead to personal and financial fulfillment beyond your wildest dreams.

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    3 Steps To Approaching Each Day Like a Work Of Art

    The secret to juggling your day job and your personal commitments with your acting opportunities is seeing each day as a work of art—something you create and can have control over.