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ALTERNATE ROUTES TO YOUR CAREER

ALTERNATE ROUTES TO YOUR CAREER

ALTERNATE ROUTES TO YOUR CAREER I don’t care if you just arrived in L.A. or have been here your entire life. If you haven’t figured out that the traffic is horrendous and only getting worse every year, well, you just ...

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STOP THAT SCREAMING!!!

STOP THAT SCREAMING!!! This will be a short one. There is a big difference on stage between projecting and SCREAMING to be heard. You will probably only learn the proper placement of your voice by studying with a pro who ...

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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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