Acting Class Blog Posts

Oct 18, 2016

We all need affirmation (part 2)

In part one of ‘We All Need Affirmation!’ we discussed the power of positive affirmations and the exercise of changing negative thoughts to positive ones. Next is an exercise on how to counter those negative ideas and thoughts that can… Read More

Oct 14, 2016

Keep It Real!

Be in the moment…moment to moment. Phrases familiar to almost every actor. I find that many actors give lip service to these phrases. Yeah, sure, be in the moment, got it, but they actually aren’t. Most acting classes teach traditional… Read More

Oct 10, 2016

Audition with Confidence Using The Wallace Audition Technique

Actors who want to regard the auditioning room as a place that brings out the best in themselves as opposed to a “necessary evil” in the casting process will want to strongly consider attending Craig Wallace’s classes to learn The… Read More

Oct 7, 2016

We All Need Affirmation! (part one)

When I was an agent in New York, I found that many of my young clients lacked the confidence they needed to book the job. Even though they were trained actors, something inside them (some negative voice or event) made… Read More

Oct 4, 2016

Four Questions You Never Ask In An Agent Meeting

1. “I’m looking for an agent to really work hard for me.” Reason not to ask: The agent will more than likely believe that you have unrealistic expectations of how often you should be getting auditions, and will become a… Read More

Sep 28, 2016

3 questions with Donna Rusch | youth & teen commercial teacher at Keep It Real Acting Studios

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given? I think the best piece of advice I’ve ever been given was from a manager at a TV station I worked for while in college. His name was Don Johnson… Read More

Sep 21, 2016

Choosing an Acting Class, Part 3

Once you have decided to try out a class stay alert to signs that this class is worth your time and money. You can try out a class either through observing it as an auditor, or if auditing is not… Read More