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Acting Advice

Ask Me!: How to tackle stage fright?

QUESTION FROM: Paula Hello angelaa, i am doing a play this saturday and it s the first time i am ever up on a stage. I am so nervous. Do you have any advice to calm my nerves so that everything goes as planned? thank youu so much. By the way you have a very […]

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Acting Advice

Ask Me!: Doubt and self-consciousness?

QUESTION FROM: Carly How do you get over being self-conscious and self-doubt in acting for example you participated in plays then left that community for a long while and would like to  come back. How do you steel brace yourself to perform in front of others? Hey Carly, Thanks for your question. I’d say self-doubt […]

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Anecdotes on the job: Stage Fright!

I’m occasionally humbled by new experiences as an actress. Like remembering how frightening auditioning can be, or developing a brand new skill, or just plain falling out of a voiceover-booth. But nothing has floored me quite like my experience performing in an improv show last night. I FROZE. I haven’t performed on stage for almost […]

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Anecdotes on the job: Stage Fright!

I’m occasionally humbled by new experiences as an actress. Like remembering how frightening auditioning can be, or developing a brand new skill, or just plain falling out of a voiceover-booth. But nothing has floored me quite like my experience performing in an improv show last night. I FROZE. I haven’t performed on stage for almost […]

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Auditioning jitters

Jitters – try tremors! Since I’ve been out here working for a few years now, my relationship to auditioning/performing has changed somewhat. At some point I crossed over from fearing them to actually really enjoying them. So, my empathy for how terrifying it can be was numbed somewhat. Until one specific audition. I had been […]

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