So you just moved to New York City, and you have big dreams about being an actor on Broadway. How do you turn those dreams into a reality? There's no exact science when it comes to getting started, but I'm here to provide you with a few tips on how to get started with auditioning and getting acclimated to life in the big city.How To Write A Resume For Actors October 23, 2019
Building and perfecting a resume can be a tedious, confusing task. It's full of random questions like 'what credits should I list first?', 'why will the spacing on this document not work the way I want it to?', and 'what even IS a special skill?' If you ask three different people these questions, you may get three different answers. That's the thing about resumes - a lot depends on personal preference! In this article, though, I'll walk you through a few key do's and don't's that apply to all resumes, along with some areas where you can add a more personal touch.How To Find The Perfect Audition Monologue October 16, 2019
Finding the perfect monologue for an audition can be a daunting task. After all, it's not like you can listen to potential options via cast recordings - there's a little more digging to be done. But don't worry - searching for monologues is not nearly as hard as it seems, and it can actually be a very fun and educational process! By the end of your search, you'll not only have some killer audition material, but you'll be a much more well-read theatre student! Here are some of my tips to guide you through the process.