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New Homes For Sale – 5 Things it Should Have
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New Homes For Sale – 5 Things it Should Have

A family buying a home is an exciting time, especially if this is their first. There are many expectations, as well as many questions. There have been many changes to the design and architecture of homes. People look for many things in a home, depending on their preferences and current trends. We will be discussing...

Five ways to prevent yourself from becoming an actor’s wreck
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Five ways to prevent yourself from becoming an actor’s wreck

My kitchen’s fake lino floor wasn’t as clean as I thought. As I lay in the fetal position, my script in hand, I could only think, “Why am this happening to me?” “Why didn’t you become an accountant?” This is an unusual experience. We are the only people who have to simultaneously be emotionally open...

How to Be a Happier Actor
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How to Be a Happier Actor

We’ve all been there. You’re tired, nothing’s happening, and you can’t even get up to do anything. You also spilled yogurt all across the floor. We decided to compile a list of simple ways you can get out of this rut and be a happier actor and person. Get started meditating. Meditation is known to improve...

Do You Want to Take That Theatre Job?
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Do You Want to Take That Theatre Job?

You’ve just auditioned for a show. Maybe you did a self-test or a callback. Or maybe your mate called and said, “You’re the Voice. Try to understand it.” Well done. You now need to decide if this gig is right for you, at the right moment, in the right location, and with the right people....

How to make it in acting without attending drama school
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How to make it in acting without attending drama school

The final question is: Do I need to go to drama school to be an actor? The short answer is: No. But it sure does help. It’s the reverse. Just because someone has graduated WAAPA, NIDA, or RADA does not mean that they are guaranteed success. Every person is unique, and every person’s talent is...

What to expect from a commercial audition
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What to expect from a commercial audition

Actors’ bread and butter are commercials. These are the highest-paying jobs and often what you audition for in your early career. You will need to perform in a different style than theatre, film, and television. They may also require you to demonstrate your improvisational skills, which can prove difficult if not prepared. They are usually...

What to expect during a theatre audition
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What to expect during a theatre audition

The theatre is a large church. It includes musicals, operas, and big-budget main stage productions. There are also smaller, dark boxes house auteur directors who smell essential oils and cigarettes. My point is that it will be difficult to create a guide for every type of theatre audition because there are so many. But I...

Five Things I Learned from Steppenwolf
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Five Things I Learned from Steppenwolf

Spent four days with Audrey Francis from Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company in June 2018. Their first time teaching in Australia was a Meisner technique variation and Anne Bogart’s Viewpoints. The four days were a major turning point in my life and my approach to my craft. It would be an understatement to call the Steppenwolf...

Amazing Acting Quotes
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Amazing Acting Quotes

Here are our favorite acting quotes. We’ll continue to add more… Enjoy! Philip Seymour Hoffman “Study, find the best teachers, study with them, and get involved in acting to act, but not for fame or money. Play. If you’re just interested in the money, it’s not worth it. It must be loved .” Oscar Wilde...

Ultimate Showreel Guide
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Ultimate Showreel Guide

Showreels are so important. A showreel and your resume/CV are the only things an actor needs. A showreel is essential for auditions. Casting directors want to see your work before spending 15 minutes with you in the office. They need to see that you are capable of acting. It’s important to have a showreel that...

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