Actors Take Action: A Career Guide for the Competitive Actor
In Actors Take Action, Brian O'Neil provides the most in-depth guidelines ever published for helping the actor find an agent. This highly anticipated sequel to the best-selling Acting As a Business contains new ways to get auditions for productions most likely to attract industry attention, a step-by-step guide to making all-important follow-up telephone calls, the value of paid agent and casting director seminars, more ways to find work on daytime soap operas, tips for "pigeonholed" musical performers on how to change industry perceptions of them, and instruction in the art of effective business correspondence. Actors Take Action demonstrates specific, effective ways to create career-advancing opportunities.
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