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  • The Importance of Training, Part 1: Are You in Class for the Right Reasons?

    Many of you reading this aren’t currently in an ongoing acting class. You should be. Actors are like athletes in that we need to be constantly working out and staying mentally and artistically sharp for the challenges the next week will bring.
    More to the point, other actors are training for hours a day, every day, and you will be at a disadvantage against them. That doesn’t mean you won’t still book work, but most assuredly, not as often or consistently as they do. And any one of the auditions in which you underperform due to that disadvantage could have been the one that would go on to jump-start your career. At the highest level, it’s a game of inches, not yards. Said another way: Training is not something you do for a few months and then you’re good. It’s an essential part of your career diet.
    Then, there are those of you who are in a class but for the wrong reason. I’m speaking to those of you who are only in a class to get that studio’s name on your résumé, not to learn, work out, and grow. But you have to understand that we, in casting, don’t care which studio’s name is on your résumé if you can’t act.
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