March 10, 2006, Newsletter Issue #7: The Cycle of Acting Jobs

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There is a natural cycle in the process of moving through acting jobs. It begins with an examination of you. You need to know what your motivation is, where your goals are set, and what your relative strengths and weaknesses are. You also need to know what the industry wants: what kinds of roles are available, and what kinds of actors are in demand. Almost always, the summertime hits a slump in auditions. Don't lose hope; business picks up again in the fall!

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