May 11, 2007, Newsletter Issue #64: Finding Good Acting Teachers

Tip of the Week

Finding teachers at acting schools that challenge you and inspire your trust is a critical part of your training. A good teacher will help you to build consistency in your acting. Don't fear critical feedback; a good teacher will not shy away from pointing out your flaws. Use this criticism to instill discipline in to your training. Remember that everyone has weaknesses, and even the best actors have room to improve.

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