• I want Titanias monologue?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this a scam?

    I went to audition for american mall model search yesterday, and everybody there was nice and so professional looking. They had video of model and acting and they had professional model from Disney showing us how to walk on runway before the tryout. I was really excited for audition and I just did this for fun.... show more
    I went to audition for american mall model search yesterday, and everybody there was nice and so professional looking. They had video of model and acting and they had professional model from Disney showing us how to walk on runway before the tryout. I was really excited for audition and I just did this for fun. They picked 6 out of 15 and I was one of them. They gave a booklet about the other audition and told us we don't have to pay and we can just give them my own portfolio that I did a month ago. Is this scam or actual professional company?
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are they going to do at auditions in modeling school?

    I just called the modeling school name John Casablancas center and they said they have an audition at Wednesday in Dunwoody GA at 7pm in the mall but I don't know what the audition for?? I mean are they gonna tell me to walk??And do I need to wear heels?? And what clothes I need to wear??
    I just called the modeling school name John Casablancas center and they said they have an audition at Wednesday in Dunwoody GA at 7pm in the mall but I don't know what the audition for?? I mean are they gonna tell me to walk??And do I need to wear heels?? And what clothes I need to wear??
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I make an Overwatch play?

    Best answer: Use of copyrighted characters and story material would require permission from the company, even though this would be a school production with a very limited run (1 performance?) A good example of this sort of thing would be the musical "Wicked" which is based on the characters and story from The Wizard... show more
    Best answer: Use of copyrighted characters and story material would require permission from the company, even though this would be a school production with a very limited run (1 performance?)

    A good example of this sort of thing would be the musical "Wicked" which is based on the characters and story from The Wizard Of Oz. They had to get permission from the author's estate to use the story and characters, which probably involved payment of some sort.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • How do I get a job being a voice actor?

    Best answer: The same way that all actors get jobs - by training on stage and in film for several years and getting loads of acting experience.
    Almost all voice work goes to the hundreds of thousands of trained, professional actors who need to earn money in between their occasional bits of paid stage and film acting work.
    Best answer: The same way that all actors get jobs - by training on stage and in film for several years and getting loads of acting experience.
    Almost all voice work goes to the hundreds of thousands of trained, professional actors who need to earn money in between their occasional bits of paid stage and film acting work.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is a nonpaid acting job worth it?

    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • How much does it take to get a lead role in a school play?

    Best answer: What do you mean? Do you mean "what does it take in terms of talent?" or "How much time does it take to rehearse?" or "How much money do I need to pay?" Generally speaking, to get a lead role, you need to be one of the best actors/actresses and also physically fit the role to some... show more
    Best answer: What do you mean? Do you mean "what does it take in terms of talent?" or "How much time does it take to rehearse?" or "How much money do I need to pay?"

    Generally speaking, to get a lead role, you need to be one of the best actors/actresses and also physically fit the role to some extent. People who get the lead are generally better actors or a better fit for the role than the other students who audition.

    Being in a lead role requires more time rehearsing and more time learning your lines on your own. How much depends on the school, the role, and your ability to memorize.

    Most school teachers don't take bribes.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is a stage presence ?

    Best answer: The ability to command attention when you're on stage and give a memorable performance that stays with people even after the show is over.
    Best answer: The ability to command attention when you're on stage and give a memorable performance that stays with people even after the show is over.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is the best way you have found to get into the acting industry (even as an extra)?

    Best answer: Well, it does depend a lot on what country you live in. I'm in the UK and being an extra and being an actor are two totally different jobs. Extras are NOT considered to be actors - just human props. No training or experience is required - no talent either. You just apply to register with an agency, sending... show more
    Best answer: Well, it does depend a lot on what country you live in.
    I'm in the UK and being an extra and being an actor are two totally different jobs.

    Extras are NOT considered to be actors - just human props. No training or experience is required - no talent either. You just apply to register with an agency, sending them your headshot and full-length body shot, and wait to be called. But they usually give very little notice, sometimes as little as a day - and you have to arrange and pay for your own transport to the location or studios, pay for your own overnight accommodation and food, and although the pay isn't too bad, it rarely covers more than your expenses. It's really just a hobby for people who don't work or who can take time off whenever they like.

    It wouldn't be anything at all you could 'sink your teeth into' I'm afraid. It's mostly just standing around for hours, occasionally walking up and down a bit, pretending to chat to other extras in a crowd - that sort of thing. It's tiring and usually very boring.
    It never leads to real acting work and it doesn't count as experience.

    To be an actor, a real, professional actor, you'd need to get a place at a top drama school on a degree-level three-year full-time course which costs over £30k for the fees alone. Only after graduating might you be able to get signed by an agent and get any auditions. Here, no agent means no auditions.

    Your other option would be community theatre. They're amateur, but there are hundreds of excellent companies which demand a very high standard of acting and produce some very good plays and shows. Many professional actors work with community companies in between paid jobs simply because they love to act, so you'd be performing with some really good people.

    But you should understand that none of this is going to 'get your name out there'. If what you want is to be noticed, acting isn't a good choice for you as a hobby or as a career. Most actors never get noticed and no-one will ever hear or remember their name. Only act if you just love acting - for no other reason.

    Good luck!
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • I've always wanted to be a working actor is ok to be one and not watch television?

    I don't want to watch TV anymore but I love the arts stage, television, film especially acting is ok to want to be a actor and not watch TV because even though there a lot of programs I like it gets in the way too much .
    I don't want to watch TV anymore but I love the arts stage, television, film especially acting is ok to want to be a actor and not watch TV because even though there a lot of programs I like it gets in the way too much .
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I want to pursue an acting career. Which steps should I follow?

    Best answer: Start by getting realistic. It's show BUSINESS not a lottery or some TV competition. Companies are not holding open auditions for the "right" person off the streets. First most professional work you have to be invited to audition, usually through an agent. And there's more then one way to become... show more
    Best answer: Start by getting realistic. It's show BUSINESS not a lottery or some TV competition. Companies are not holding open auditions for the "right" person off the streets. First most professional work you have to be invited to audition, usually through an agent. And there's more then one way to become an actor so there's no set steps you do that become an actor. For a professional career you're basically starting a company where you are the product to be marketed and sold.

    So get acting training from respected instructors and get acting experience. Make sure you love the craft of acting and are exceptionally good at it. Then research and learn the business end. Understand things like contracts, unions, marketing, networking and the like. Then take responsibility for your career and make a plan for yourself.

    https://www.backstage.com/advice-for-act... has some helpful articles to get you started.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Southern accent tips?

    Best answer: There's more then one southern accent - it varies by region, socio-economic class, education, and the like. So a Appalachian accent is different then an Atlanta, Georgia accent. A Texas panhandle accent is different then a rural Virginia southern accent. A New Orleans accent is different then an Arkansas... show more
    Best answer: There's more then one southern accent - it varies by region, socio-economic class, education, and the like. So a Appalachian accent is different then an Atlanta, Georgia accent. A Texas panhandle accent is different then a rural Virginia southern accent. A New Orleans accent is different then an Arkansas accent.

    As an actor what you need to be is respectful of the character and their background. Use the internet to find the accent that respects your character's background. To "tone it down" don't make your character about their accent. Have your movements, how you stand and hold yourself, your facial expressions reflect the character as much as their accent.

    Good luck.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why is Freemason theatrical rituals used as transformative psychodrama?

    Best answer: The Masons have always been secretive about their rituals but a few things have been leaked. For centuries, they have had a ritual not all that different from the hazing rituals of college fraternities, in which the person who wants to join has to undergo a frightening trial. We know this because, as with college... show more
    Best answer: The Masons have always been secretive about their rituals but a few things have been leaked. For centuries, they have had a ritual not all that different from the hazing rituals of college fraternities, in which the person who wants to join has to undergo a frightening trial. We know this because, as with college fraternities, there are occasionally serious accidents.

    In the BBC docudrama The Genius of Mozart, it's said that Mozart, who was a Mason, wanted to present Masonic values in his opera The Magic Flute, and that the ordeals the hero and heroine undergo in the castle of Sarastro, based on Masonic ritual, are not just tests of bravery but are meant to teach an important principle - that there is liberation in freeing oneself from the fear of death.

    Again, one person has answered the question and is ignored by the voters.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Best actress past or present?

    Best answer: Maggie Smith
    Best answer: Maggie Smith
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Being an actor with severe depression?

    I've been suffering with depression for years now, and even though theatre has definitely helped~ There have been lots of set backs. Sometimes I can't even review lines/practice/get out of bed, because I'm so weak. I love dance, singing, acting more than anything in the world, but lately I've been... show more
    I've been suffering with depression for years now, and even though theatre has definitely helped~ There have been lots of set backs. Sometimes I can't even review lines/practice/get out of bed, because I'm so weak. I love dance, singing, acting more than anything in the world, but lately I've been feeling pretty numb and isolated. Any suggestions on what I can do, so that I don't quit my passion, but I can also feel fulfilled emotionally? Do you know any Broadway performers who have been open about their mental illness?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I quit musical theatre, when I get rejected so much in community theatre?

    Best answer: If you like musical theatre, definitely don't quit! Even though it seems like a lot of Broadway actors always got lead roles, many of them probably don't share that for every lead role, they probably got many, many ensemble roles. My experience with youth theatre is that they usually have their favorite... show more
    Best answer: If you like musical theatre, definitely don't quit! Even though it seems like a lot of Broadway actors always got lead roles, many of them probably don't share that for every lead role, they probably got many, many ensemble roles. My experience with youth theatre is that they usually have their favorite kids and those are the ones who get leads. Even if you aren't a great singer, if you keep working at it and taking lessons, you eventually will be!
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is anyone aware how Into The Woods is about living with type 1 Diabetes, not AIDS?

    Best answer: I take it you are not talking about the Sondheim musical as that was based on a number of different fairy tales.
    Best answer: I take it you are not talking about the Sondheim musical as that was based on a number of different fairy tales.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago