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“No More Excuses”

Did you clarify your goal for your performance career? Did you accompany it with five or six action steps? You still can. From the wise words of a Facebook friend’s post: Success occurs when your dreams get bigger than your excuses.

The Acting Technique That Will Set You Free (and Land You Roles!)

The Teen Actor’s Lab is applauded by many of New York and LA’s top Casting Directors, Agents and managers and their clients work on hit shows like Big Time Rush, 90291, Suits, Chuck, Entourage, bored to death, Damages, Desperate Housewives and more. With their passion and experience, they have skillfully guided hundreds of tentative, timid newcomers to become confident, technical, risk-taking artists. Co-owner Sarah Gaboury is on world renown acting coach larry moss’ list of recommended teachers.

Is Your Social Media Branding Working?

This week’s blog is courtesy of Deborah Richmond

Is your online marketing working? How can you tell? Do people know you exist? Can they find you online?

Here’s how you can find out if your social marketing is working. It’s really simple.

Agent Advice Pt 3

by David Petro

Part 3 of 3

What Should I Expect Once I Get An Agent:

Agents work for you but you must work for yourself first. The work load is 30% agent and 70% yours. Your agent will help steer your career but you must drive.

AGENT ADVICE Pt 2

by David Petro

Part 2 of 3

How Do I Get An Agent:

You must do your research. Use the Internet, talk to friends in the industry, ask mentors and the actors unions. Be sure your desired agent works in your choose profession. The best talent agents typically specialize in a particular area.