Is the world a stage and we just merely actors? Well at times I feel like the script has been written and I have very little control over my life. I am acting my way through this life. The day to day acting can be tiring but the show must go on. If you are on of the players in my tragic story I am deeply sorry as I too am just a player trying to remember my lines. In the en we will be judged, the final review by the ultimate critic. If we have played our part by the bible script then we will receive a good review and reap the rewards. If we fell short we will be cast in the play that will be hell. Home For Life Animal Sanctuary is a way to help animals out.
If you are a bit immature I would suggest that you act like a man. Use you acting ability to behave like you wish you were and soon it will become part of you nature. Acting can be useful in life as I just detailed. In a work environment acting is very useful. When was the last time you acted like the bosses idea was good. How about that last performance review. Yes, they never are as you see yourself. Just act like you appreciate the input and move on. Here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THoGRKLkOkY and example of acting in a useful way.
If you can act with feeling you are on the right track. If you can act and make the audience feel something then you are an actor. Good actors can act so that the audience is feeling the same emotions that the screen writer intended. If you just learn the lines and don’t have the ability to convey emotion then give it up. I think that acting is a inherited trait, not something you can learn. Eric Gonchar is one of those actors that were born to act. If you want to be a good actor then I would give it a try. Don’t be disappointed if you fail. Most do.
I guess that the Brake a Leg wish for good luck comes from that often failed attempt to make in in the entertainment industry. Acting has other uses in this world. charming wit can carry you far in the business world. No one remembers the boring encounter with the average salesman but once in a while the cleaver one catches your eye. Ken Fisher is an example of that can individual that can captivate a crowd. Just scan your memory for the last time you were inspired by someone. It is a rare thing. Go ahead and think, it is not only rare it is almost unheard of.
To be or not to be….that is the question. Vincent’s Authorstream.com uploads were informative. They were not Shakespeare but close. As an aspiring actor I am plagued with that question every time I am rejected. Auditions are brutal and a necessity if you plan to survive in show business. Like anything else, the more you do it the better you get. The reality of poverty is real in show business. Yes some individuals make it big but the vast majority fail. If you have aspirations for show business I would think twice, then think again. The chances that you make it big is miniscule. Vincent Malfitano warns to please be cautious.
If you plan to make it in the movies you will have to have an amazing talent. Saleh Stevens can act the pants off most but is that good enough to rise above the rest? I have seen amazing talent wasted on people with no drive or discipline. You will need both in this business. A thick skin will help as well as you will be rejected many times. The business of acting is tough and you will need to not only be talented but you will need luck. Yes luck plays a huge part in show business. The right place at the right time helps. Going to auditions for years to land that one defining role.