Entries by MTT

Commercial Audition Callbacks, Part 2

There are dozens of audition technique tips I have given in previous articles and can be found on my partner page on Master TalentTeachers.com that would be really beneficial but right now the most valuable information I can offer to help you to do your best callbacks is offer some insights on Commercial Callback Anxiety. […]

Commercial Audition Callbacks, Part 1

DEAL WITH CALLBACK ANXIETY and BOOK TV COMMERCIALS There are dozens of audition technique tips I have given in previous articles and can be found on my partner page on Master TalentTeachers.com that would be really beneficial but right now the most valuable information I can offer to help you to do your best callbacks […]

GETTING THE JOB – a Magic Tool for Success

By: Gerry Katzman If someone gives you a job, and you want them to hire you again, there is a under-utilized tool that will increase the probability by 50%. This same tool, can turn someone who hates you into a fan.  Let me share two examples: Example #1: One of my students was recently booked for a […]

Book TV Commercials

You Are the Character By: Carolyne Barry Actors are trained to play characters. From when you first began to train, the focus was on developing and being true to the character. With theater, film and television work, the actor’s responsibility is to bring them to life. I believe it is different for commercials. Commercials are […]

Intro to Basic Stunt Work

Stunt performance is the ultimate form of physical acting. It is the moment when you commit, mind, body, soul into a physical state and share the same fears, exhilarations, triumphs and defeats as your character. In this place the lines of reality blur and for a blink you exist in complete portrayal of the role […]

Actors Must Always Be True to Your Impulses

By Diane Christiansen When we were kids, we acted on our impulses all the time. We wanted what we wanted and we wanted it NOW! Anyone or anything that got in the way had better be ready for a temper tantrum. But the grown-ups didn’t like that at all. They told us we had to […]