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An Actor’s Success

By • Oct 17th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

Decide first and foremost to be true. The greatness will follow.



Commit to Acting

By • Oct 3rd, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

If you wish to act, act. Commit to it.



Cast Size

By • Sep 19th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

Cast size is not an unreasonable criteria for determining what plays you may want to be in. A basic knowledge of what sort of atmosphere and dynamic any given cast size provides can help you make this decision.



Rehearsing Auditions

By • Sep 5th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

Try out for shows you don’t necessarily want to be in.



Teaching and Directing = Learning

By • Aug 22nd, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

In the near future, I will be taking on two roles within the local theatre community that are more supervisory and instructional in nature.



Fighting Fatigue

By • Aug 8th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

Fatigue may be inevitable, but that doesn’t mean it has to crush you.



Where Did That Chair Go?

By • Jul 25th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

Once the set is up, whatever it’s size and complexity, I take a few minutes before rehearsal each night, and before performances as well, to walk around on it alone.



Authenticity In Your Role

By • Jul 11th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

How much research for a role is too much?



Ask Questions

By • Jun 20th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

The actor should have questions. Many questions, at least at the start of a production.



Can You Be Too Ready?

By • Jun 6th, 2012 • Category: An Actor's Advice

Like any labor, when rehearsal begins to work against the goal of improving a performance and/or a production, it is being overdone.