Theatre and Puppetry Workshop: Try It All, Part 1

Try Everything!

Actors don’t need to know everything about anything BUT they DO need to know something about everything.

The more you know, the more interesting a human being you are. Interesting people get hired more often. So, knowledge REALLY is power.

Education is obtained in a variety of ways:

  • Formal education
  • courses in the private sector
  • internships
  • on-the-job-training
  • reading and studying on the internet-like you are doing right now on The Master Talent Teacher’s website

A combination of all of these is ideal!

It is exciting and productive to stretch yourself and explore a variety of Theatre Art Forms. Theatre is all about story telling and there are many ways to tell a great story. Plays, Musicals, Poetry, Dance, Film, Mime, Puppetry….they all bring a unique flavor to the story-telling process. So, ‘seize the day’ and try everything. Take a dance and movement class, stage combat, fencing, hosting, mime, puppetry………

You will become a more well-rounded performer and may even discover a new path for your focus.

Let your creativity explode.

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One Response to “Theatre and Puppetry Workshop: Try It All, Part 1”

  1. Denise Nash May 4, 2012 at 6:38 pm #

    Lynn Stallings is FANTABULOUS!!!! I studied with Lynn at Atlanta Workshop Players many years ago when I was a teenager. As soon as my daughter showed interest in the arts (Acting, Singing and Dancing) I knew that AWP was where she needed to be. They cover the whole gammet! When acting you need to be ready for everything. At AWP you learn it all from Improv, Extreme Acting, TV/Film, Audition Techniques and yes even Puppetry. Lynn has been an amazing mentor and teacher to myself as well as my daughter and because of her my daughter is thriving in this industry.

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