Acting A to Z (Revised Second Edition): The Young Person's Guide to a Stage Or Screen Career
Lots of kids want to be actors. Thousands of them. Millions of them. The ones who are serious need a copy of Acting A to Z. Industry insider Katherine Mayfield explains exactly what it's like to be an actor, including what kind of training the young person will need, comparisons of the different types of acting, how to find work, how to prepare for an audition, and what to expect during rehearsal. There's also tons of helpful information on unions, casting directors, headshots, resumes, and much more. Reassuring without being patronizing, Acting A to Z is the one book that every aspiring child actor needs.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Acting A to Z: The Young Person's Guide to a Stage Or Screen Career
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