All of us spend more time at home these days, but the good news is that there are lots of things we can do as actors to maintain our talents! Any extra time spent at home with your child can be used to explore and hone existing skills as well as learn new ones.
What is the best way to tell your parents you want to be an actor? You might be concerned that by not taking over the family business or becoming the doctor they want you to be, you’re disappointing them. Have some trust, nevertheless. Your parents will do everything in their power to assist you when you are on a path that you are enthusiastic about.
I’m not surprised that a topic like this comes up so frequently considering how difficult it may be to control personalities when performing. Different conflict types necessitate different responses. If you believe a connection on-set or on-stage is going out of control, I can suggest a few things you can do.
Talent managers are involved in a lot more than just launching careers. Along such travels, we create significant relationships. We have extensive experience in career coaching, artist management, and talent development. We have had a ton of amazing opportunities thanks to those responsibilities to mentor a lot of performers, artists, and content producers on their career paths.
Want to have an advantage at your upcoming important audition? Eat sensibly! Making the right food choices can mean the difference between a performance that is energized and one that is lethargic. We gathered advice from experts on what to eat the evening before and the morning of your audition, as well as what to munch on as you go.