Theater & Acting's questions - French iziqna

I went to college. Started as a Sports & Movement Science major, wanted to be a GM of a sports team originally, realized I hated Business, switched to Communications sophomore year, wasn't motivated that much about Journalism, took my first acting class senior year and loved it. Now I want to be an actor. I... show more

I’m 14 and want to be an actor?

11 answers · 6 days ago
hi i’m 14 and i want to be an actress. i’m very shy but i’ve heard that most actors are introverts. i have a backup plan to be a chemical engineer and i will still go to college. my question is what type of acting classes are there in college to go to that won’t like make me do a play. i can act but i can’t act on... show more

I’m 14 and have acting questions?

10 answers · 6 days ago
hi i’m 14 and i have a couple questions about acting. i have this intuitive feeling that i’m SUPPOSE to be an actress like it’s a huge feeling i have no idea what it is it’s just a feeling and the only problem with me is that i don’t think i can perform live acting like at a theater. I think i’m better acting... show more

How do i become an actress, im 14 and i was thinking about joining fpac while im in highschool to gain experience, i want to become a chemical engineer as a backup plan and still go to college just in case you know?, i just want some advice if thats a good idea or not, and i was already looking into colleges like... show more

Auditioning for a program in New York and another musical locally. I can’t find any songs that fit my voice type. I have a soulful belt and there’s nothing. It has to be a musical theatre song. Help??

Best answer: During that time, there wasn't much choice. You would pretty much have to go with hemp. It would have been undyed and 1/2 to 1" in diameter.

Best answer: You are asking a question about the psychology of actors. Actors are human beings, each will have a different feeling about their career, their public persona, and how they balance things. One thing, however, that all in the guild must be aware of, is that TV is superpopular, and that's a double edge sword.... show more

I said i coinided with the movie The Crying Game in 1992 and my gilrfriend says I'm crazy

Best answer: Since you have nothing else, sure include it on your resume for now. It's not going to help you for professional work, but it's something and everyone has to start somewhere. Most of the work you'll try now for will be non-professional things like community theater or student films now and you... show more

My boyfriend has an amazing singing voice. He can also play the piano and the violin. He's 26 years old and out of high school he went into the AF to pay for college. Then he got a degree in English Education and minored in history. Now he teaches GED classes. He does community theater and gets the lead... show more

I’m a freshman in high school and I play trumpet. I’m pretty decent at it and I was asked to play in the pit for a school musical. I accepted because I thought the music wouldn’t be too hard if they were asking a freshman to play it. I have recently received the actual music that I will play and a lot of it is out... show more

Is acting a natural talent?

4 answers · 1 week ago
Best answer: Yes - but having said that, just having the natural talent isn't nearly enough. It takes years of training and experience for any aspiring actor to learn how to give a good performance, how to take direction, how to perform on stage and to camera, and a hundred other things. I know from personal experience... show more

Best answer: Yes heard of it, yes performed in it, and you can see it on Youtube. A satirical treatment of WW1, using music hall songs, soldiers songs, and material written for the play.

I love the cast and the show so much, but should I get front row tickets or should I sit in the second row?

Best answer: It can be difficult but that is more contingent on the skill of the actor than anything else Basically one has to retrain themselves not to rely on visual cues. This means you can't register any quick visual movement nor make eye contact with your fellow actors. Some actors will use opaque contacts to... show more

Women only locations?

8 answers · 2 weeks ago
For a University project I need to devise a play. The cast I have is female only. I was wondering if anybody could suggest any locations / situations in which you would only find women to set the play? I already have: Women only prison Female boarding school I'm grateful for any suggestions- many thanks :)

I want to act or start to study in it... but I don’t have a symmetrical face at all. My nose is crooked and some stuff is just not symmetrical and I get that’s normal with people, but being on camera or stage you have to look presentable, should I get plastic surgery?

Could I be an actor?

10 answers · 2 weeks ago
Best answer: It's never too late to be an actor. Did you ever see a young Abe Vigoda?