Take the A Train(ing)how to get your ACTING career on track
How old were you when you knew you wanted to become an actor?
I was four. By the time I was thirteen, I was studying at the prestigious Gene Frankel Theater in Manhattan, certain that I was on the road to success.… until I discovered that the road was a twistier and bumpier one than I had expected.
In the decades that have transpired since, I have garnered a vast wealth of knowledge about acting and actors, especially in my work as a director of countless theatrical, video, and digital projects, and a master teacher, workshop leader, and much in-demand private acting coach.
Now I have written an e-book to share some of that knowledge, including…
- how you already possess most of the skills you need to be an effective actor
- some of the biggest myths about what constitutes great acting
- the main difference between working on a theatrical stage vs. a soundstage
- resources to help you get started straightaway
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Take the A Train(ing)” is the first in a series of three e-books. If you would like to be notified when the next one is released, sign up below to receive an email.