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What Is ‘Method Acting’?

Method acting involves adopting the lifestyle, habits or traits that are a reflection of the character you are trying to portray. Immersing yourself heavily into your characters mindset, will enable you to understand their motives or actions and gain a … Continue reading

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CR Fashion Book

For all fashionistas who wait every month for their fashion magazines to arrive in the mail, you won’t believe Carine Roitfeld’s (former French VOGUE editor) new magazine, CR Fashion Book that makes its much anticipated debut! If that isn’t enough, … Continue reading

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How To Walk The Runway – Smile Or Not Smile?

Most high fashion designers take their clothing line seriously and typically require their models to not smile while walking down the runway. The idea is that the audience will look solely at the fashion designs and not concentrate on the … Continue reading

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A MODEL’S PERSPECTIVE ON WORKING OVERSEAS

London, Paris, Milan, Tokyo – these cities are the main fashion capitals of the world, each with its own and distinct notion of beauty. The idea of traveling to these places may seem far-fetched, romantic, exciting and scary all at … Continue reading

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ACTING AUDITION TIPS!

At the audition, you will asked to ‘slate’ which typically requires standing on the “mark”. What exactly does this mean?  To ‘slate’ is to verbally address the camera and introduce oneself on tape to those conducting the audition before one … Continue reading

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What Is A Monologue?

A monologue is one person talking (unlike a scene which is two or more people talking). A monologue is the oldest form of acting, dating back to the Greeks, over 2,500 years ago! A monologue is not a whole play … Continue reading

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