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Dear Ms. または Mr. Donna,

To you, 芝居 is a solo activity. あなた expect everyone to praise あなた and be at your every beck and call, regardless of your actual skill または talent in the area of performance. So let me tell あなた one thing right now: あなた are not unique.

Are あなた surprised that I would dare to call あなた something as offensive as "ordinary"? But it's true, and I have proof. I know this is true, because we have met before. I met あなた first in middle school, as the girl who was always used to getting the lead and then was suddenly cast as the understudy. She contemplated quitting, when she decided...
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Minority Actors Make Up 15% Of Hollywood 映画 によって Michael Galante of MAN IN A BOX. もっと見る interviews at link
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 Georgia Winters
Georgia Winters
Some actors play the same type of character in similar feeling projects over and over again. How boring, right?!

Well, actress Georgia Winters doesn’t seem to have that problem. The French and British bilingual actress has been showcasing her talents with global audiences in a variety of ways.

Currently, Georgia can be heard belting out a song as the Mother of ドラゴン in the series "Game of Thrones Animated"; sharing new age wisdom on the film festival circuit in the absurd Hollywood satire "Liars & Cheats"; and coming soon in a hush-hush role as part of the dark psychological indie thriller...
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Alex Kersting Reveals How He Landed His First Leading Role In The Movie バター via FilmCourage.com.
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The #1 Reason Why Actors Hate 芝居 Auditions によって Ben Gleib of Cinedopes Webseries and Game 表示する Network's Idiot Test via link For もっと見る videos, please visit link
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70% Of The Story Is In The Body - Jean-Louis Rodrigue via FilmCourage.com.
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 Shubhra Prakash (actress/writer)
Shubhra Prakash (actress/writer)
Technology defines modern progress, but at what cost? As society takes on a different shape, do we lose the culture that defines who we are as a people? How do we determine what to preserve and what to revolutionize?

Indian American actress-writer Shubhra Prakash takes audiences on a journey of innovation, preservation, and self-discovery with her one-woman 表示する “Fontwala.” The story follows an immigrant woman who returns to India after 20 years to cover a story about her uncle, the designer of the first Anglo Nagari keyboard for the computer. It’s a tale of art meets commerce meets humanity....
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Yoko Ono catapulted to fame as the wife of John Lennon. For many, she also bares responsibility for the breakup of the most beloved band ever, The Beetles. But, to at least one – she became an inspiration.

Actress ANZU LAWSON reveals how this iconic Japanese-American influenced her own journey of self-discovery in the new one-woman 表示する “DEAR YOKO.” Based on her life, Anzu weaves together a tale spanning years of domestic violence, suicidal ideations, drug addiction and sexual harassment.

Anzu premiered "Dear Yoko" at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in September and will take it to the Binge...
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1 Don't do monologues from movies.
If あなた do a monologue from a movie, people will automatically think 'not like in the movie'. That will make them think negative things, and because you're not like the actor/actress in the movie, they'll most likely think less of your ability.

2 Don't do very well known monologues.
Pieces like the 'To be または not to be' speech from Hamlet, または something like that, the directors have seen those all the time. They get tired of seeing that. It's not unique anymore, and they'll lose interest fast. Do ones that haven't been performed enough, または better yet, one you...
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 Elise Arsenault
Elise Arsenault
Same-sex attraction wasn’t socially acceptable when Virginia Woolf penned the original story of Orlando. She wrote the novel as a 愛 letter to her female companion, but was forced to use a sort of code so as not to raise suspicion. The story spans centuries as it tells the tale of an enthusiastic heterosexual man who wakes to find himself transformed into a woman.

Times have changed and so has Virgina Woolf’s Orlando, as evidenced によって the 最近 production of Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston, directed によって A. Nora Long. Now in its final weekend, the 表示する has...
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What Matt Damon Taught Me About The Movie Business - Blayne Weaver via FilmCourage.com.
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Actress Mitzie Pratt
Everybody has that one person in their life who can just tell it like it is. Well, in the new original アマゾン Prime drama series “#LoveMyRoomie,” that voice of reason is Mimi Clarke.

Portrayed によって Jamaican actress Mitzie Pratt, Mimi delivers some tough 愛 and a helping hand as the surrogate aunt to a young woman and her roommates coping with the everyday struggles of adulthood.

Currently based in New York, Mitzie also recently teamed up with fellow Jamaican filmmaker Demedrius Charles to 星, つ星 in his dramatic action short film, “Maneuver.” Since gaining momentum on the festival circuit,...
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芝居 アドバイス To A Son または Daughter によって Teri Andrez via FilmCourage.com.
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Why The 芝居 Audition Is The Job - Michael Laskin via FilmCourage.com.
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Why Athletes Make Great Actors - Rhomeyn Johnson via FilmCourage.com.
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The 日 An Actor Becomes Famous によって Chad Lindberg via FilmCourage.com.
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If A Scene Doesn't Contain An Emotional Event It Must Be Removed - Judith Weston via FilmCourage.com.
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