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Logan Lucky; The Trip to Spain Reviews

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Free Monthly Horoscopes - September 2017

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Wallpaper; is it right for me?

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Making Independent Movies - The Women in Red

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August 24, 2017

Overcoming Dance Anxiety

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August 23, 2017

Give to Life

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August 18, 2017

Jail People Who Mistreat Animals?

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New Frontiers, the Many Worlds of George Takei

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August 07, 2017

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Wednesday, 19 October 2016 17:28

Actors as Trained Animals

Actors as Trained Animals  

Published in Actors Blog
Thursday, 22 September 2016 12:10

Finding an acting class

Finding an acting class

Published in Actors Blog
Thursday, 21 July 2016 06:55

Casting session #1

Casting session #1

Published in Actors Blog
Monday, 26 October 2015 17:07

A perspective on rejection

Actors constantly deal with rejection and their issues surrounding rejection. It seems to be a frequent topic of conversation among us. I have known numerous actors who left the business because, they say, they “Couldn’t take the rejection.”

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PART I

In a recent class I had two actors on stage doing the Meisner Repetition Exercise. If you’re not familiar with “Repetitions,” it’s an exercise in listening, reacting, and working off the other actor, as you repeat your partner’s behavior and they repeat it back to you again. (That’s a quick and simple description of repetitions. I assume most of you reading this are already familiar with the exercise. If not, don’t worry, as I’ll be addressing this in a later blog.) These two actors were on stage for about three minutes, and they shared great chemistry. When they finished I asked them this:

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FranMontano1

In North Hollywood, CA, located where Lankershim Blvd meets Blix Street, rests a building with the name Actors Workout Studio on the front. You might have even noticed it before, and if you thought it was simply another acting studio, you’d be grossly ill informed.

What are the credentials that actors need to succeed? Acting is one of the few professions that does not require a degree, or even specific training to get a job. It’s the only profession I’m aware of where if you have the best training in the world, studied at the finest institutions, performed theater all your life, and practiced under the most prestigious acting coaches and gurus - you are not guaranteed to get work.

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