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How to Prepare for an Acting Audition


Our acting tips will guide you through the audition process.

Preparing for an Acting Audition: Step 1

Research the Production

Try to find out as many details about the production as you can. Research the director and his past works. You can also search online for any similar shows or productions so you have an idea of what […]

Audition Tips for Actors


Read our acting audition tips to help you nail your next audition!

Acting Audition Tips 1: Have Your Headshots and Acting Resume

Your headshots needs to be up-to-date with current photos and look professional. Include your personal statistics – height, weight, age range, and any special talent – languages, skills like dancing, singing, or playing any instruments. […]

How to Audition for Reality TV


Want to be on TV? Here’s our guide to reality TV auditions for everyone.

Reality TV Auditions: Step 1

Decide What Type of Show

Do you have any special talents like singing? Then audition for “The Voice.” Many shows feature dancers  like “So You Think You Can Dance” or “America’s Got Talent” that welcome all dance styles. Looking to […]

How to Join SAG-AFTRA


Here are the steps on joining SAG-AFTRA. The Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artist is the nation’s largest labor union for working actors. They have pver 160,000 people in film, television, commercials,  music videos and all other media.

Joining SAG-AFTRA: Step 1

Meet the Requirements

You can join SAG-AFTRA if you have worked […]

What Type of Acting Classes Should You Take

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Our guide to different types of classes to help you hone your craft whether you just started acting or you are a more experience actor.

General Acting Classes

If you just started acting, general acting classes introduces you to different sides of the industry. Do you want to pursue theater or film? These classes help develop […]

How to Choose a Monologue for an Audition


Every actor should have a well-rehearsed monologue and should be ready to perform it when meeting with an acting agency or a casting director. Here are  acting tips for choosing a monologue for an audition.

Choosing a Monologue: Step 1

Find out what type of production you are auditioning for. Is it a play or a movie? […]

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