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 audition in general, do not allow for any distractions. Stay focused on your work, warm-up before you get to the audition… Continue reading Acting Tips for Beginners: What I learned from my MFA audition tour

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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 applied to anyone looking for ideas to remain physically active while in quarantine. On this day last year, thousands of aspiring actors were… Continue reading Actors and Covid-19: How to Stay Fit and Healthy in Quarantine

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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 Kendrick and Tomiwa Edun, for free! Enjoy the show and please donate what you can! Support Shakespeare’s Globe  On the Shakespeare Globe’s website, it reads: In… Continue reading A Shakespeare Lovers Dream: Free Performances at Shakespeare’s Globe.

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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 being arranged. Actors of all ages can benefit in their craft and pick up some acting tips while they’re at it. How… Continue reading Streaming Now: Irondale Ensemble with Ralph Fiennes, Rufus Wainwright, Lea DeLaria

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 that all actors can consider when auditioning. The industry is completely virtual, therefore, actors need to do their best to adjust to the challenge… Continue reading Acting Classes: Talent Agents, Auditions, Acting Tips and Covid-19

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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 conducting the callback. Nothing had changed from my first audition in front of the two audition judges. It was the same room. The same people behind the table.… Continue reading The Callback for American Conservatory Theater

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 mentor or friend.  He’s family.  I would not be where I am today, or on the path I am,… Continue reading MFA Audition Tour: The Yale School of Drama, Mentorship and Seeing the Silver Lining