September 14, 2007, Newsletter Issue #81: Preparationg For Acting Class

Tip of the Week

Scenes practiced in acting class should not be taken lightly. Prepare each scene as if you are training for a comprehensive production. Any new skills that you are taught in class should be implemented immediately. Use them in class and student projects in order to become more comfortable with them. During presentation of scenes, stay open to direction from your instructor. Don't argue about your motivation or why you chose to employ a certain technique. The instructor may be trying to teach you a new angle or break you of a habit you're not aware of, thereby making you a better actor.

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