How to be a working actor / Mari Lyn Henry & Lynne Rogers.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.
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- ISBN: 9780823088959
- ISBN: 0823088952
- Physical Description: 426 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Edition: 5th ed.
- Publisher: New York : Back Stage Books, ©2008.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 412-413) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
I: Nuts and bolts -- What you will need to get started -- Getting your act together -- The tools of the trade -- Buyers and sellers -- Training is everything -- Looking for work -- Cyberbiz -- Survival strategies -- Understanding the unions -- It's about jobs! -- Performers with disabilities -- Regional markets -- II: The breaks -- Finding a vehicle to showcase your talent -- Interview and follow-up -- Auditions and screen tests -- Congratulations! You've got a job! -- Child performers -- III: How to analyze a script -- Suggestions for script analysis -- The theater audition: creating characters for a monologue -- The soap opera audition: creating characters for daytime dramas -- The prime-time series audition: creating characters for episodic television -- The film audition: creating characters for movies.
"How to Be a Working Actor takes a no nonsense approach to the whole business of being a working actor, with detailed information on how to live on a budget in New York and Los Angeles, what the acting jobs are and what they pay, even how to find a survival strategy that will augment your career. An extensive section on script analysis show you how to investigate the depth of a character to create a memorable audition for roles in theater, film, and television."--Jacket.
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