Acting Tips For Young/beginning Actors by Bella Wood - Musely
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Acting Tips For Young/beginning Actors

posted in Entertainment > Arts
10/25/2015
  • Dress in clothes that you can MOVE in. Acting requires a lot of movement based on the character you are creating.
    Dress in clothes that you can MOVE in. Acting requires a lot of movement based on the character you are creating.
  • Bring a water bottle (or tea) and a notebook! Take notes if your in acting class to look over your thoughts later. Water is important for your voice help project and get as much volume as you need.
    Bring a water bottle (or tea) and a notebook! Take notes if your in acting class to look over your thoughts later. Water is important for your voice help project and get as much volume as you need.
  • Come with a open mind, good ears, and lots of energy. Be willing to get out of your comfort zone to become a character. Don't hide in a shell. Listen to your director and your fellow cast to react as your character and do what your director directs. Be able to control your engery and have lots of it
    Come with a open mind, good ears, and lots of energy. Be willing to get out of your comfort zone to become a character. Don't hide in a shell. Listen to your director and your fellow cast to react as your character and do what your director directs. Be able to control your engery and have lots of it
  • Be encouraging and supportive to others in the cast. A show is successful when you have a strong cast to stand with and trust. Grow friendships and be patient with one another? Because theatre it self is a long a tough ride for everyone.
    Be encouraging and supportive to others in the cast. A show is successful when you have a strong cast to stand with and trust. Grow friendships and be patient with one another? Because theatre it self is a long a tough ride for everyone.
  • Last but not least, come into class or a rehearsal with a positive and confidant attitude. Give yourself grave and patience when acting. It's a long and slow process, so take every moment to grow and learn positively.
    Last but not least, come into class or a rehearsal with a positive and confidant attitude. Give yourself grave and patience when acting. It's a long and slow process, so take every moment to grow and learn positively.
  • Thank you! Those where just some basic lessons I have personally learned and believe.

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