Tiny Theatre Tips #10: Pay Attention to Details

Tiny Theatre Tips #10: Pay Attention to Details

Tiny Theatre Tips #10: Pay Attention to Details I love costumes. They're fun to wear, they help to tell the story of the show you're working on, and they help you to delve deeper into your character. It's fascinating to me, as a youth theatre director, to see the change in demeanour when a young …

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Tiny Theatre Tips #9: Make The Time

Tiny Theatre Tips #9: Make The Time

Tiny Theatre Tips #9: Make The Time This tip is not only for theatre people, but for everyone in general... If you want to be successful, you will put in the time to get there. If you want to improve, you will make the time to practice. If you want to master a skill, you will put …

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Tiny Theatre Tips #8: Update Your Resume

Tiny Theatre Tips #8: Update Your Resume

Tiny Theatre Tips #8: Update Your Resume This is a really simple tip, but it's easy to forget -- keep your resume updated. Every time you complete a new gig, take a new class, or master a new skill, be sure to include it on your resume. When you go to an audition or job …

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Tiny Theatre Tips #7: Practice, Practice, Practice

Tiny Theatre Tips #7: Practice, Practice, Practice

There's an old joke in the theatre world that goes, "How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice." You may not be trying to get to Carnegie Hall, but no matter what, if you're an actor-type, you need to practice... and not just during rehearsals. If you want to succeed at acting, you …

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Tiny Theatre Tips #6: Support Other Artists

Tiny Theatre Tips #6: Support Other Artists

Welcome to Tiny Theatre Tips, a series of brief posts sharing tips and advice for your theatre life! Enjoy! Tiny Theatre Tips #6: Support Other Artists What do all artists, no matter their discipline, always need? (Other than to get paid... I'll get to that in a minute!) They need an audience. They need consumers for their …

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