How to Become an Actor Later in Life

It seems like the only to be successful in the world sometimes is to start your career when your ten, especially if you aspire to work in the entertainment industry. Sometimes we settle on a career because we think that’s all we can do. Sometimes there’s that one dream that won’t leave us be until we actively decide to pursue it. Sometimes, we don’t decide it’s time to pursue that dream until much later in life. Well, Stephanie Forshee with Backstage offers insight on how to pursue your ambitions of becoming an actor for those who decide to pursue acting at an older age.

It’s never too late to chase your dreams.

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How to Impress the Casting Directors

Getting ready for an audition? Want to know what will impress the casting directors? Well, your friend, Amanda Florian, at Backstage has compiled advice from fourteen casting directors as to what you can do to knock their socks off. Break a leg!

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Line!

Memorizing lines is tough work. Peter O’Toole once discussed the fact that when an actor receives a script, they have to do more than merely learn the lines, they have to study them. However, time does not always allow for actors to have ample amounts of time for such an endeavor, so Matt Newton with Backstage offers some ideas on how to effectively learn your lines when you’re pressed for time. So when you get called up at the last minute to play Alexander Hamilton, you’ll be ready 🙂 Break a leg!

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19 Things Casting Directors Want You to Know

Jackie Read with Backstage provides a list of nineteen pieces of information that casting directors want you to know. These are very good pieces of information to know, so read up 🙂

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Great Disney Audition Songs for Women

Ladies, are you looking for a good audition song? Looking for some new material? Rebecca Strassberg with Backstage curated a list of Disney songs that will serve you well in the audition room. Break a leg!

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