Commercial Acting Class – Why Actors Shouldn’t Avoid Stereotypes

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Some stereotypical aspects of a character may be helpful in a performance as it will allow your audience to quickly gain at least a partial understanding of your character. Later on, the character must be given complexity or the audience will become disenchanted and bored. If the writer has written a particular character as a stereotype for a reason, this must be followed carefully in order to create a genuine performance.

A part of the actor’s gift is his sensitivity to his surroundings. Actors are just like everyone else in that they can suffer from financial troubles, heartbreak, and other human occurrences. Suffering, however, does not need to occur for an actor to succeed in his craft. Success comes, instead, from continued study, passion, and dedication.

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