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Commercial Acting Class – Tragic Figures and Comedic Timing

A partial use of stereotypes can help the audience to better understand your character, at least on a superficial level that can be fleshed out later on in the performance. Character complexity cannot be ignored, however, or the viewer will rapidly become bored with the portrayal. In some instances, the writer may have written a character to be a stereotype as a device and, if this is case, care must be used when developing the character.

Many actors are known for their sensitivity to the human condition. Actors are people just like everyone else and can suffer just like we can. The danger is in actors believing that they need to seek out suffering to truly be great. In order to succeed, instead, an actor must remain focused, stay passionate, and continually improve on his skills.

The Maggie Flanigan Studio provides quality acting classes in nyc. Find out more about commercial acting class by visiting the studio website.

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