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  • 6 Questions to Ask About a Potential Acting Class

    Aside from obvious considerations such as location, price, and your capacity and willingness to actually commit to the work, there are a number of important things to keep in mind before jumping in on (or continuing) an acting class this year. Though this list is by no means exhaustive, I hope it helps guide your choices in finding a class to make this year your year.
    1. Will you be taught or directed?As I have discussed before, there is a significant difference between being directed and being taught. The acting class you choose must be offering specific techniques that you can later do, reliably and consistently on your own, or at the very least help you translate generalized direction into specific action.
    Ask other students about the classes they’re attending. If they say, “It’s so much fun,” “It’s amazing,” or “My teacher taught so-and-so celebrity,” smile and ask again what they’ve actually been taught. If they tell you they now know specific and doable techniques to solve common actors’ problems, perfect. That’s your class. If not, keep looking.
    2. Will you act in every class?Even ignoring the time required for quick changeovers between actors, or

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