Black State of the Arts: A Guide to Developing a Successful Career As a Black Performing Artist

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BookWorld Press & Anacus Press Incorporated, Sep 1, 1996 - Performing Arts - 276 pages
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- Breaking in.

- Building a professional image.

- Finding the right agent.

- Auditioning.

- Getting known.

Featuring insights from some of the entertainment industry's best known Black professionals, Black State of the Arts offers a wealth of specific information of use to the beginner and working performer alike. A significant contribution to both Black studies and the literature of the performing arts. Photo illustrated with Index and Bibliography.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
NEWCOMER BLUES
31
THE BUSINESS SIDE OF THE BUSINESS
41
Copyright

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Tanya Kersey-Henley is a Black performer with substantial theater and television credentials.

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