Acting professionally: raw facts about careers in acting

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Mayfield Pub. Co., 1990 - Business & Economics - 168 pages
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A complete guide to the business of beginning an acting career in theatre, film, or television, this text offers counsel to acting majors on actor training approaches, career positioning, finding an agent, auditioning, interviewing, and making long-range career decisions.

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While I wasn't a huge fan of the writing style, the book had a lot of great tips. Read full review

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Writing in a frank and earnest tone, the authors give interesting and valuable device to the burgeoning actor. At times, however, it feels very repetitive, many of the anecdotes were uncredited (which ... Read full review

Contents

THE WAY IT IS
1
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
16
THE FIRST DECISIONS
55
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Robert Cohen is Assistant Professor of Social Sciences Education at the University of Georgia, Athens.

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