05 Sep 2020by Dan Pavacic

The Best Acting Schools’ 10 Best Acting Tips

The Best Acting Schools’ 10 Best Acting Tips

I wrote this list of best acting tips primarily to help actors who are looking to get into the best acting schools in the world. However, I truly feel these acting tips are applicable to any actor at [...]

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15 Aug 2020by Dan Pavacic

The Callback for American Conservatory Theater

The Callback for American Conservatory Theater

American Conservatory Theater's MFA callback audition is something I'll never forget. I get into the room. Domenique Lozano and another woman representing The American Conservatory Theater were conduc [...]

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27 Apr 2020by Dan Pavacic

Acting Classes: Talent Agents, Auditions, Acting Tips and Covid-19

Acting Classes: Talent Agents, Auditions, Acting Tips and Covid-19

Due to Covid-19, meetings with talent agents, auditions and acting classes are all happening online. Advice to Actors Acting tips. Recently I published an article for Google News about acting tips t [...]

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23 Apr 2020by Dan Pavacic

Streaming Now: Irondale Ensemble with Ralph Fiennes, Rufus Wainwright, Lea DeLaria

Streaming Now: Irondale Ensemble with Ralph Fiennes, Rufus Wainwright, Lea DeLaria

Streaming On YouTube. From 12-8PM today, Irondale Ensemble Project is airing a live Shakespeare Marathon. The company made the announcement this past month that a 7 and a half hour virtual event was b [...]

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20 Apr 2020by Dan Pavacic

A Shakespeare Lovers Dream: Free Performances at Shakespeare’s Globe.

A Shakespeare Lovers Dream: Free Performances at Shakespeare’s Globe.

Shakespeare's Globe needs your help! Even though their doors are temporarily closed, Shakespeare's Globe is showing free performances on YouTube. You can now watch Romeo and Juliet, starring Ellie Ken [...]

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19 Apr 2020by Dan Pavacic

Actors and Covid-19: How to Stay Fit and Healthy in Quarantine

Actors and Covid-19: How to Stay Fit and Healthy in Quarantine

How to stay active Your body is your instrument. Although I usually write content geared toward actors (audition tips, acting tips, MFA auditions, info on MFA programs, etc.) this information can be [...]

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16 Apr 2020by Dan Pavacic

Audition Tips: How to audition (for Actors)

Audition Tips: How to audition (for Actors)

Acting auditions for MFA programs can be scary. Many actors have the same questions and concerns. How do acting auditions work? How to a have great audition? However, acting auditions are not as scary [...]

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21 Mar 2020by Dan Pavacic

Acting Tips for Beginners: What I learned from my MFA audition tour

Acting Tips for Beginners: What I learned from my MFA audition tour

Many students and actors ask me for the same acting tips. The most common question... How should I prepare for an audition? No Distractions. If you are auditioning for graduate school, or really any [...]

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21 Jul 2018by Dan Pavacic

MFA Audition Tour: The Mason Gross School of the Arts|Rutgers

The day I auditioned for Rutgers was two days after my audition for the Yale School of Drama.  It was a Saturday, and since I had a day between auditions, I was able to work with my friend Gregg on o [...]

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20 Jul 2018by Dan Pavacic

MFA Audition Tour: The Yale School of Drama, Mentorship and Seeing the Silver Lining

Before I begin, I’d like to take some time to thank a special mentor and friend to me since I started acting: Professor Steven Lantz-Gefroh.  A quick correction on that, he is actually more than a [...]

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