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RECOMMENDED ACTOR SITES

 

Actorpoint has good basic information for auditioning actors.

 

Actorslife has a wonderful collection of very informative interviews with actors and industry people, audition listings, forums, and tons more info.

 

Actortips has lots of information for actors beginning to study and audition, and a great newsletter.

 

Bob Fraser’s site Bob and I are on the same page about so much when it comes to auditioning, professionalism, and keeping a positive attitude!

 

 

SHOW BUSINESS SAVVY

 

To know what is happening in New York theater and across the country, I recommend American Theatre magazine. More New York info: Playbill online, Time Out New York magazine, and the very informative free e-newsletter New York Theatre News.

 

 

PLAY AND MONOLOGUE RESOURCES

 

New Dramatists is an amazing playwright organization. You can browse all member playwrights’ plays in person in NYC, and you can find out about all of their member playwrights online.

 

Colin’s movie monologue page is awesome.

 

Shakespeare monologue website. This site has all of the monologues and soliloquies. You can read the speeches to find the characters you connect to, then go on and read the plays.

 

Doollee.com lists the plays and first-produced dates of thousands of writers; an invaluable resource for finding lesser-known plays by writers you like. Available plays are linked directly to online bookstores.

 

 

ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE

 

Leland Vall and Rebecca Tuffey teach Alexander Technique in New York, both privately and in classes.

 

 

ACCENTS

 

The Speech and Accent Archive and the International Dialects of English Archive feature accents from the regional U.S. and all over the world.