The Actor and Their Voice
Growing up can sometimes be a painful and stressful time. Many kids come to our acting school closed off and quiet. Some have been taught by various authority figures to “Keep it down!” “Don’t be so emotional!” and so forth. Then, they walk into our studio, and I say,
The Moment Before
The Moment Before “Tonight, I want you to lie in bed and think about the entire day you had today and relive it until the part where you got into bed. That will give you an idea of one way to prepare a prior circumstance. Many actors will simply put
How to become a star?
How to become a star? That’s a big one. How do I become famous? Fame is an enormous amount of people knowing you for something that you’ve done. As a child actor you can easily misinterpret that as being an actor. When I was 10 years old, I had a
A Secret to Becoming a Great Actor
The Secret to Becoming a Great Actor “If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.”- Marc Chagall Most people think that there is a definite formula, preparation, or technique that will make you a great actor. However, that isn’t the case- there is
How to overcome shyness
“How to overcome shyness?” Many parents come to our studio in hopes of trying to make their child not shy. Of course, no person is inherently shy all of the time. In the same way, that no one is always outgoing or brave or silly either. Virtually every kid is
QUARANTINE KIDS ACTING CLASSES: Now Online – – – – IMAGINE THAT!
As the Artistic Director of The Young Actor’s Studio, I see time and time again kids between the ages of five to eleven possessing an incredibly unique imagination that many teen acting classes and adult acting class try to emulate. Picasso once said “Every child is an artist,” and that