February 8, 2008, Newsletter Issue #102: The Acting Industry

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The four mainstays of any production are the producer, director, writer, and actor. All of these roles merge and work together to form a solid production. On the outside are casting directors, agents, and managers trying to supply part of the chain. The goal of any actor is to be able to move through the outer layer (or the business end of things), into the inner circle. The key to moving in this direction is to find productions that are at your level of experience. Develop your craft and progress to more challenging roles and productions.

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