If you’re an actor interested in working in television, you probably know how important it is to do your research and stay up to date with current TV shows. Know what’s on, what shoots in your city, and have a general sense of the tone and content of each show. Television is Changing Very Quickly. It used to be that TV actors worked on TV, theater actors worked on
So why are you ignoring it? Written by guest blogger Allison Volk Let’s think about this logically. When you meet someone you really like and go on a date with them, what is the first thing you do when you get home? Duh, you Google them! You want to find out more about their job, their life experience, and see if any weird stuff comes up that might be a red flag.
So you’ve just graduated with a BFA or a major in theater, congratulations! Now you’re ready to step into the world of professional acting. Gone are the days of scene study class, because now you know everything you need to know… right? Wrong! Recent graduates often feel like they don’t need to spend more time in the classroom because, c’mon, they were just there for