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STOP ASKING THE WRONG PEOPLE

STOP ASKING THE WRONG PEOPLE

Your Aunt Rose in Peoria thinks you’re as cute as a bug, but does that mean she knows the difference between your high school annual portrait and a professional headshot? That new pal you met at an audition for the ...

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PLAY REVIEWS

PLAY REVIEWS

There is a tiger in the ruins of the Baghdad Zoo when the play opens – a tiger played to his grumpy hilt by the only semi-name actor in the piece, Kenneth Tighe.

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IMPROV EXPERT ‘SPLAINS IT ALL

IMPROV EXPERT ‘SPLAINS IT ALL

What’s all this talk about improv? It’s the buzz nowadays in the acting community. It’s a must-have for auditions and something every casting director is looking for on your resume. Just listen to what Cynthia Szigeti (Improv Guru) says: “It’s ...

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TV & COMMERCIAL CD FRANCENE SELKIRK-ACKERMAN

TV & COMMERCIAL CD FRANCENE SELKIRK-ACKERMAN

Casting director FRANCENE SELKIRK-ACKERMAN comes by her interest and enthusiasm for the casting process naturally.  Originally from Astoria, New York, Francene’s father was a ukulele player in the heyday of vaudeville and her mother was pretty and talented enough to ...

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ACTING TEACHERS/COACHES/SCHOOLS

ACTING TEACHERS/COACHES/SCHOOLS

As you can well imagine, there are scores of acting teachers and schools in Hollywood. For a newcomer, it’s a daunting task to try to determine which ones to consider studying with. The list that we are going to provide ...

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