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  • The Importance of Training, Part 2: 3 Things You Shouldn’t Tolerate in Acting Class

    Once you’ve got your head on straight and you’re in class for the right reasons, here are some things you shouldn’t tolerate in your acting class experience, in my opinion. Let’s be clear about that. This is all my personal and professional opinion. I mean no disrespect to any of you or any studio or teacher. But, as the saying goes, if the shoe fits, wear it.
    At the end of the day, we’re all different and will respond to learning environments differently. You may love a class that others would avoid like the plague. Some of you might be willing to tolerate some of the following no-no’s because of the specific type of training taught by, reputation of, or relationship you have with, a particular studio or teacher.
    My point in this article can be summed up simply as follows: Class is for you, not them. You’re not paying for the privilege to be trained somewhere or by someone. You’re hiring them, like a personal trainer, to train you and help you reach your highest potential. They work for you. If they’re not doing a good job, fire them and move on. Life is too short and this time in your career is too precious.
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