Actors are well trained in the methods and techniques of their craft, but they soon encounter a gap in their education when they enter the world of work. They have little or no training in how to manage themselves, their state of mind, their confidence, or their motivation.
Actor for Life
FINALIST FOR "BEST PERFORMING ARTS BOOKS" AWARD, AMERICAN BOOK FEST
A non-textbook-like textbook, by Connie de Veer and Jan Elfline, that offers fresh, accessible insights and exercises that are nothing short of game changing.
The perfect text for any auditioning class preparing students for their career.
Colorado State University
Actors Can Up Their Game
My approach to teaching and learning is simple: When we’re engaged emotionally, learning happens.
Engage the body, and you’re really in business. Throw in some laughter and play ... well, now that’s golden.
Not an actor? Think again. Do you show up to your life every day, dressed for the part, ready to make choices, and take action to move the “plot” along? There’s probably something here for you, too. As Shakespeare said, All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts…