OTT channels are making acting more accessible and giving people more ways to be seen. Flexible pay has changed how actors are paid. OTT platforms have given performers more chances, more ways to tell stories, and more ways to hear them.
Theatre and society have always been linked through entertainment, education, and identity. Even though there are problems with money and infrastructure, theatre is important to society because it gives people pleasure, education, and time to think. It could bring people together, make them question rules, and start important conversations.
Isn’t it always challenging to choose between online and offline training? We understand the ease of accessing online training, but we also know the importance of in-person exploration. This article aims to offer a bunch of perspectives to aspiring artists so that they can make the right choice when pursuing acting lessons online.
It’s time we need to break the myth that personality defines actors. Or talent does. The training for film acting or theatre acting is a scientific and technical skillset that you inculcate. Nobody is born with acting talent.
This is a three-part series blog that covers three important instruments of an actor that collectively form a toolkit: the body, the mind, and the voice. In this blog, we shall be touching upon the second instrument — the mind. Our body and mind must be in sync for acting readiness. An actor’s mind has power to shape their performance.
This is a three-part series blog that covers three important instruments of an actor that collectively form a toolkit: the body, the mind, and the voice. In this blog, we shall be touching upon the first instrument — the body.