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    7 Elements Of A Great Monologue

    Here are Brian O'Neil's observations for a successful monologue performance.

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    4 Steps To Choosing an Arts Camp for Your Child

    Acting teacher Denise Simon shares her best advice for selecting a performing arts camp for you child actor.

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    How To Embrace Your 'Type'

    The business is built on “types.” And you’re going to get work according to your type. But we often have so many judgments about those parts of ourselves that we exclude ourselves from even being considered for the job.

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    As an Actor, You Are Your Own Boss

    Whether prepared or no, you steer the ship. Do you push yourself as hard as you’d push those you love? Would you let them go to the audition late, under-prepared, and underdressed? Would you stand in their way?

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    4 Acting Scams and How To Spot Them

    When your guard is low and your hopes are high, it’s easy to spend money on things you don’t need or be convinced to do something that goes against your moral compass. Here are some of the common and not so common things actors may be "conned" into ...

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    6 Steps To Giving a Memorable Performance

    Josephy Pearlman shares elements that are always present in every piece of “great” acting.

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    How To Make Your Own Steadicam

    A true Steadicam is a heavy, body-mounted piece of equipment that costs thousands of dollars, a cheap DIY variant can be made with parts from a hardware store.

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    How to Advance Your TV Career

    When you’re ready to tackle guest star roles, the first thing you need to do is stop accepting co-star parts.

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    What Is Your Acting Brand? (Or Do You Need One?)

    When you think of yourself as an actor, do you think of yourself as a brand? Or do you think of yourself as an actor who is more interested in expanding your boundaries?

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    4 Acting Lessons From 'The Wizard of Oz'

    I don't know of anyone in the last several decades who hasn't heard of the "The Wizard of Oz," that wonderful musical journey down the yellow brick road with a teenage Judy Garland singing her heart out. Besides being entertaining, it teaches us four valuable themes about life.