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How Actors Set & Achieve Goals

An actor’s career is doomed for failure unless they ask themselves and then informatively answer a vital question for success:

“What’s my professional goal?” That larger-than-life ambition I quietly covet; the ambition I share only with myself as I lay pondering in bed? 876 more words

How To Become An Actor

Actor’s Holiday Rules: Booking Out Tips

With the holiday season around the corner, Stein Entertainment Group reminds actors a few booking out tips that will make everyone’s holiday season a success. 351 more words

Break a leg? No need with these stage acting tips

Acting is generally divided into two categories: stage and film. While there really should not be any major differences between the two, society has created fundamental distinctions. 306 more words

Hints for Actors About Waiting Room Etiquette

As an actor, you are going to be spending a lot of time in a waiting room.  We thought it would be a good idea to offer some hints about how to successfully navigate the “first impression” that you will be making on an office based on our years of experiencing meeting with actors! 721 more words

Can U.S. Actors Have $ucessfull Screen & Stage Careers Without NY, LA & CHI?

U.S. actors not based in NY, L.A., and Chicago are potentially employed more—as actors—than their survival job counterparts who’ve been pulled into entertainment’s gravitational pull of planet NyLaChi. 3,537 more words

How To Become An Actor

REPOST: 1 Thing Every Aspiring Sitcom Actor Must Know

This article by Backstage‘s Rebecca Strassberg talks to one of the founders of the Actors Comedy Studio, Gunnar Todd Rohrbacher, about what it takes to be in a sitcom. 581 more words

The Movie Kiss: Awkward or Magical?

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Can you imagine starting off as a new actor/actress and the film requires you to kiss an actor/actress you don’t know? How about if you have to kiss an actor/actress you have a personal relationship with that isn’t physically intimate? 440 more words

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