What information do performing artists need to be ready to get on stage, move to L.A., or produce their own voice? Here are some articles on training.
Want to be more involved in the film world? Read this letter from actress Karen Landry Mulkey with invaluable advice on making the move to Los Angeles.
John Middleton offers hard-won acting advice that you won't learn at professional training programs.
“…if you’re going to pass anything on, any kind of legacy, it’s not having a really great piece on stage, it’s giving these young people that idea that ‘yes, I can do something, I can make something.” –Michael Sommers
Steve was a promising young actor with a chance to work with famous director Alan Schneider. Follow along as our tragic hero lets hubris get in the way.
Conflict is in the DNA of theater, and John Middleton discusses how it shouldn't just be part of the plot, but also part of your character.
"You might think quiet would be a good trait for a mime. You would be wrong." Kirsten Stephens on defying your personality through movement.