An Actor's Guide to Getting Work by Simon Dunmore PDF

By Simon Dunmore

ISBN-10: 1408145545

ISBN-13: 9781408145548

Now in its 5th version, An Actor's advisor to Getting paintings is a useful source which provides scholars and younger actors with an insider's suggestion to prepare them to navigate the realm theatre. Written with honesty, humor and thoroughness, Simon Dunmore's e-book anticipates and addresses the various difficulties that actors are absolute to face all through their profession. festival for performing paintings is fierce and, even though expertise is necessary, actors desire the entire support they could get from recommendation on drama faculties, to audition and interviews assistance, to surviving as a "resting" actor.

This re-creation has been introduced correct up to date and incorporates a big range of voices from the theatre world.

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The exercises and processes that I have outlined in this book are the ones that I developed and use. They work for me, and they will work for you. If you are committed to finding the happiness, peace, and sense of fulfillment that comes with being in integrity with your mind, body, and spirit, then you will find this book useful. The key that unlocks the doorway to your "true" self is to operate in the present moment. The present is all that truly exists. We can only operate in the present, but our minds can time travel to the past or future without us realizing that they are even doing so.

When I was tired and when I was "offline," absorbed in my thoughts, or when I was reacting emotionally to a situation, I wasn't being conscious and that is when I would become my "false" self. It would happen automatically without me even realizing it. It was like a "default" setting on a computer. Without me even doing anything, I would lapse into old ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. The only way that I could adjust my state of mind was to become "online," conscious, and present. Then I could become separate from my thoughts and feelings and make the necessary adjustments.

I felt like I was pretending to be someone on the outside who I was not on the inside. It was as if I was wearing a mask that showed one thing to the world, but that hid my deepest secrets in the darkness behind the mask. I believed that I was the person behind the mask, not the individual on the outside. There were moments when my awareness would transcend the mask and rise above the darkness. In these moments, I would seem to leave my "inner" world behind and get into a "zone," similar to what athletes experience when they are having an amazing performance.

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