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  • 9 Things to Look for When Auditing an Acting Class

    When ready to start acting training, know that there are numerous acting techniques and methods that should be considered and researched in order to determine which techniques and teachers might be right for how the new actor learns and creates. The more well-known ones include Sanford Meisner, Lee Strasberg, Stella Adler, and Uta Hagen techniques. And there are numerous, successful teachers who have their own take of these approaches, combine styles, or create their own technique. 
    Actors should take a few weeks or two months (at the most) and do the research. The choice should not be someone who is just geographically convenient, has a lower price, or just because you have friends who are in the class. By being thorough in the selection process, actors will not waste time and money with a teacher that is not beneficial for them.
    Then, once the potentials are narrowed down, it is crucial to set up audits with a minimum of three teachers who specialize in those approaches that are of interest. Know that some schools don’t allow audits, some charge a fee (so ask), and others only let you audit the master teacher but not the instructor the auditor may be training with. If not seeing the teacher you will be training

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