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  • Secret Agent Man’s 7 Things to Never Do In a Workshop

    Over the years, I’ve written several columns about my experience being an industry guest on the workshop scene. I usually go on and on about the horrors I had to endure, sounding a great deal like Brando at the end of “Apocalypse Now.”
    Well, this column shall be no different.
    I attended a workshop last night and the dreadfulness on display left a deep scar on my soul. But I’m not going to waste my word count trashing the level of acting I witnessed. That would be trite and you wouldn’t get much out of it. So instead, I’m going to focus on the blunders I saw that could easily be corrected.
    I’m doing this for two reasons. First, I want to help you have a more positive workshop experience. And second, to help me have a more positive workshop experience.
    So let’s have at it:
    There were three agents at the workshop I attended last night. The actors sat behind us. As they stepped up, each actor handed each agent a picture and résumé. Almost every single actor asked, “How are you?” In response, each of the agents said, “Fine. How are you?” I have no problem being pleasant, but I can feel the life draining out of my body every time I have one of

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