June 16, 2006, Newsletter Issue #20: Beginning Training in Acting Class

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Your early acting training should cover a course on improvisation. Improvisation skills will build much needed flexibility as a creative thinker in your craft. They can also give you some experience with comedy work, which is very marketable in terms of film and television. Not all Improv classes are comedic in nature. Many simply give you exercises to loosen your body and relax your critical brain. Those skills are imperative as they allow your performances to remain fresh.

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