Beware of getting scammed when signing up for an acting school. No school that you apply to should ask for large payments upfront. A school with any kind of reputation will require you to audition for entrance rather than accepting you after just one interview. It is important to remember that a school should not ask you sign a binding contract with regards to your career before admission. Also, it's a good idea to check out school's backgrounds through friends and independent research.
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SFT's four-week intensive acting program "Summer in the City" will have two terms this summer. Act your heart out and earn college credit at the same time! What's in it for you? Four incredible weeks in the heart of New York City, working with a faculty of working actors, directors and producers. Contact us toll-free at SFT today, 888-645-0030.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|