Do Actors Need to Define Their 'Type?'

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  • Published on Aug 2, 2018
  • Many actors don't want to be labeled or feel like their boxed in by a "type." In this video, Backstage Expert Erin Cronican tackles the subject and provides advice for actors who are struggling with identifying and molding their type.
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    *Other Acting Tips*
    How to Find Your Type As An Actor:
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    4 Ways to Nail Down Your Type:
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    How Actors Can Find Their Type:
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Comments • 4

  • Dan Thorp
    Dan Thorp 2 months ago

    love this

  • Willow Clay
    Willow Clay 7 months ago

    Well said, thank you!

    • B WB
      B WB 4 months ago

      lol funny comment karl, she did not say much

    • Karl Toth
      Karl Toth 7 months ago +1

      actually I don't think she said anything at all... you have to fit in a box, but it can be as big or as small as you want it to be; and you have to put a label on the box but not really because you can put as many labels on as you want.