The best way to improve a skill is to practice. And if
your skill becomes a career, typically it becomes necessary to keep
on current theories, events and breaking news in the field. In an acting
workshop, you can gain both practice and information that will add to
your reservoir of knowledge of your craft.
To find an acting workshop, you can easily search online for those
offered in your area. If you live near a high school or university,
that institution is probably a good resource for acting workshop information
as well. Local theaters may also offer an acting workshop for aspiring
persons in the field, whether a beginner or experienced individual looking
to expand skills.
If you have acted on the stage or in a film, consider teaching your
own acting workshop to share your knowledge and experience. As a tribute
to the world of acting, and as an opportunity to make your name a commonly
spoken one in households, teaching an acting workshop will have beneficial
aspects that can hardly be predicted or imagined.
At an acting workshop, common themes are:
· Make up
· “being there”
· the voice and strenuous use
· creating a scene
· the space between actors on a stage
· drama analysis