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  • 3 Tips for Training and Coaching the Very Young Performer

    Anyone who has seen the “Little Rascals” perform Shakespeare might laugh out loud at the thought of the very young performer. Misunderstood lines, ill-fitting costumes, and cranky children transform Shakespearian drama into riotous scenes of unintended comedy. If the “Little Rascals” weren’t themselves actors, you might think the whole idea of very young actors was ridiculous! 
    In reality, it’s the opposite. Nothing is more natural for many preschool to early elementary school aged children than fueling the imagination with dress up, challenging the mind with lines to learn, and performing for adoring and encouraging adults. That leaves parents to wonder: How best can I encourage my child’s talents and should I have my child work with a private coach?      
    If you have an outgoing young child with imagination and a passion to perform, here are three tips to nurture desire, build confidence, develop talent, and know when to seek the guidance of a professional.
    1. Imitation for fun and learning. Imitating characters, both real and imaginary, promotes normal development and strengthens observation and imagination skills. It also helps deepen a child’s understanding of

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