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Be Prepared


Put aside the media, put off the thing you are doing with friends. here are cold hard facts about being an actor.


1. Make it to class and make it on time. If you cannot make it let te coach or teacher know well in advance. Not only is that good practice for the industry or any business. but for a class to progress you need to commit to scenes or other outside homework and being in class to work with or share with your class, your fellow actors.


2. Read. A good starter list and link to others is attacked. It is necessary to learn from the best, cut your teeth on quality time tested material and to have an educated feel for the news, issues and events, even politics. The more we know about today, and history, the more we can bring to the table as an actor.


3. Watch free videos on actors, acting and the industry. Hollywood Reporter, Backstage, Variety, Inside the Actors Studio, the SAG-AFRTRA Foundation, the SAG-AFTRA web site (.org), and many others.Keep in mind that everyone has an opinion.


4. Watch the best films and television shows. Go beyond your taste and look for what is selling, what is popular, what is gaining ratings or press. Also watch all of the AFI Top 100 films (not to be confused with other AFI lists. Finally view other classic films (20 ore more years old yet still popular). Study the acting techniques, characters, and as much as you can about the filmmaking.


The AFI list and more can be found at:
http://www.actingclasslv.com/100-years-at-the-movies.html

TBS's 100 Years at the Movies tribute has moved to

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ea-sX3qRc7I

Put aside the media, put off the thing you are doing with friends. here are cold hard facts about being an actor.
1. Make it to class and make it on time. If you cannot make it let te coach or teacher know well in advance. Not only is that good practice for the industry or any business. but for a class to progress you need to commit to scenes or other outside homework and being in class to work with or share with your class, your fellow actors.
2. Read. A good starter list and link to others is attacked. It is necessary to learn from the best, cut your teeth on quality time tested material and to have an educated feel for the news, issues and events, even politics. The more we know about today, and history, the more we can bring to the table as an actor.
3. Watch free videos on actors, acting and the industry. Hollywood Reporter, Backstage, Variety, Inside the Actors Studio, the SAG-AFRTRA Foundation, the SAG-AFTRA web site (.org), and many others.Keep in mind that everyone has an opinion.
4. Watch the best films and television shows. Go beyond your taste and look for what is selling, what is popular, what is gaining ratings or press. Also watch all of the AFI Top 100 films (not to be confused with other AFI lists. Finally view other classic films (20 ore more years old yet still popular). Study the acting techniques, characters, and as much as you can about the filmmaking.
The AFI list and more can be found at:
http://www.actingclasslv.com/100-years-at-the-movies.html
5. Read quality books, classics and best sellers. The best sellers will be made into films or television, there are countless references to classical book in most movies, the plots that work can be found in "old books" and "literature" (you will be able to spot it and get ideas and a feeling for your character and the story you are part of.)
6. Be prepared.Treat your class as an audition or a performance. The games and redirects you experience in class are to get you to stretch, experiment and be the best actor you can be.
7.Have fun. If you do not enjoy the "book work" and "workshopping you may never advance as an actor and have lastig career.
8. Study,with someone. Lynch Coaching is there by Skype/Facetime/Web Conferencing from anywhere. Come to classes in Las Vegas or privates in Las Vegas or Boulder City,NV. 702-682-0469 info@lynchcoaching.com
9. Be open to experience life. Be open to change. Know how to fight depression, deal with finances, fear. Be willing to travel or relocate when the time is right. Be willing to use your talents to benefit others, help charities, teach others, work with at-risk kids, entertain, inform and persuade audiences.
10. Love or like yourself. Acting is a tiring intense job when it is done right It is not a social event, game or ego-trip. If you cannot learn who you are and like who you are, the stress of acting is not for you. Ask other successful actors. Also, be sure you have a life outside of acting. Be able to turn it off and just be the part of you that is not an actor. Not only can this recharge your batteries, but you would be surprised how much of it will be there when you need to draw on the "real you" in your acting.
See you in class.
https://www.lynchcoaching.com/acting
https://www.lynchcoaching.com/…/suggested-links-to-use-befo…


5. Read quality books, classics and best sellers. The best sellers will be made into films or television, there are countless references to classical book in most movies, the plots that work can be found in "old books" and "literature" (you will be able to spot it and get ideas and a feeling for your character and the story you are part of.)


6. Be prepared.Treat your class as an audition or a performance. The games and redirects you experience in class are to get you to stretch, experiment and be the best actor you can be.


7.Have fun. If you do not enjoy the "book work" and "workshopping you may never advance as an actor and have lastig career.


8. Study,with someone. Lynch Coaching is there by Skype/Facetime/Web Conferencing from anywhere. Come to classes in Las Vegas or privates in Las Vegas or Boulder City,NV. 702-682-0469 info@lynchcoaching.com


9. Be open to experience life. Be open to change. Know how to fight depression, deal with finances, fear. Be willing to travel or relocate when the time is right. Be willing to use your talents to benefit others, help charities, teach others, work with at-risk kids, entertain, inform and persuade audiences.


10. Love or like yourself. Acting is a tiring intense job when it is done right It is not a social event, game or ego-trip. If you cannot learn who you are and like who you are, the stress of acting is not for you. Ask other successful actors. Also, be sure you have a life outside of acting. Be able to turn it off and just be the part of you that is not an actor. Not only can this recharge your batteries, but you would be surprised how much of it will be there when you need to draw on the "real you" in your acting.


See you in class.


https://www.lynchcoaching.com/acting


https://www.lynchcoaching.com/…/suggested-links-to-use-befo…

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