10 Reasons Why Actors Should Never Stop Practicing Their Craft

10 Reasons Why Actors Should Never Stop Practicing Their Craft

If you’re an actor, a serious actor, you should already know that you have to keep practicing if you want to continue into it as a profession. Acting is not just being yourself and reading words, it’s a skill that you have, and like any other skill in the world, you have to stay on top of it in order for it to remain constant. I learned to ride a bike a long time ago, but since I haven’t done it in for so long, I’m scared I forgot how to do it properly and not fall down, and I certainly can’t start off by riding with one arm on the handlebars like I used to, and so, the phrase “it’s like riding a bike” comes to play quite well in the scenario. I’ve broken it down to 10 reasons why you as an actor should NEVER stop practicing your craft, unless you plan falling short, or falling away from acting completely. #10 – There are many ways to practice There are many great acting classes and coaches out there that all have their own ways of how to act. Different ways you show character motivations and personalities. That also leads to lots of “sub classes” to take in order to practice acting. These “subclasses” concentrate on specific areas of acting, for instance,  your voice. Whether it be musical in order to sing for a show, or dialects in order to portray convincing accents. You can practice just on your voice for a while, maybe you’ll learn that voice acting is your thing, if it is your thing, then you could probably...

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