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The Foreigner New York City, NY Theatre - Non-Equity 06-10-17
Tom, Dick and Harry Charlotte, NC Theatre - Non-Equity 05-29-17
The Taming of the Shrew Washington, DC Theatre - Non-Equity 05-29-17
Murder She Wrote, Music She Sang Minneapolis, MN Theatre - Non-Equity 05-29-17
Little Women Portland, OR Theatre - Non-Equity 05-28-17
A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody Orlando, FL Theatre - Non-Equity 05-27-17
Stephen Sondheim's Company Auditi.. Billings, MT Theatre - Non-Equity 05-22-17
Bring It On the Musical Charlotte, NC Theatre - Non-Equity 05-22-17
Breakfast at Tiffany's Atlanta, GA Theatre - Non-Equity 05-21-17
The Music Man Washington, DC Theatre - Non-Equity 05-21-17
Imaginary Boys Voice-Over 05-20-17
Much Ado Out West Indianapolis, IN Theatre - Non-Equity 05-20-17
Hello, Dolly! Des Moines, IA Theatre - Non-Equity 05-19-17
The Little Mermaid Audition Chicago, IL Theatre - Non-Equity 05-17-17
Actress to portray scientist Los Angeles, CA Feature Film-Inde/low Budget 05-16-17
Disney's Little Mermaid, Jr. Dallas, TX Theatre - Non-Equity 05-15-17
Curtains Auditions New York City, NY Theatre - Non-Equity 05-14-17
The Addams Family Musical Louisville, KY Theatre - Non-Equity 05-14-17
Peter Pan Auditions in Sumner Portland, OR Theatre - Non-Equity 05-14-17
Virginia of the Valley Los Angeles, CA Theatre - Non-Equity 05-14-17
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How to Become an Actor

The good news is there are more acting jobs today than there have ever been. The bad news is there is more competition now than there ever was before. Achieving any kind of success in this business means years of perseverance and sacrificing time and money to dedicate to your craft and auditioning for roles.

The first thing you need to do is get an education in acting. Acting isn't for everyone, so taking a college class is probably the best way to see if this is what you really want to do. If you're already dead-set on becoming a thespian, your next step is to major in acting at a college. You will be doing productions in front of sizeable crowds, great practice for becoming focused on what you're doing and performing in front of a large audience.

If you find that you need to iron out kinks in your technique, hiring an acting coach might be another option. A person like this can give you the personal attention you need and find where your weak spots are; something a professor in a big class might not be able to pick up on.

When you reach a level where you can objectively say you're a good actor, you should try your hand at community theater. This can be a step above college theater if the theater is in a city known for its acting community. Get a role in one of these productions and you'll be with other actors who are polishing their craft just like.

After that, you can decide if you want an agent or not. At least you'll have the experience and education behind you at this point to have a good chance at landing a reputable agent who will be able to go out there and get you work!

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