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Acting Guide and Glossary

Acting Guide and Glossary

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Published by Art Lynch
Glossary
Basics on entering acting as a profession
Information for beginners
Information on Las Vegas Market
Interviews with industry professional
includes acting, voice, marketing, student and other applications and definitions
Partial MFA submission to UNLV
Glossary
Basics on entering acting as a profession
Information for beginners
Information on Las Vegas Market
Interviews with industry professional
includes acting, voice, marketing, student and other applications and definitions
Partial MFA submission to UNLV

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Published by: Art Lynch on Jul 31, 2009
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Art Lynch Talent Guide Page 1
Art Lynch4770 Topaz #61Las Vegas, NV 89121(702) 454-1067Lynchlv@aol.comMay 12, 2003Professor Ellis Pryce-JonesDepartment of TheaterUniversity of Nevada, Las VegasSir;The following document represents the second of two documents to besubmitted for fulfillment of the requirements of THA 795 for the springsemester, 2003. I have broken it into three parts: The Craft, Terms of the CraftGlossary and Things Actors Should Know From Working Professionals.This text is a work in progress, prototype of what I hope to be a useful text orinteractive resource for use by anyone interested in entering motion pictures,television or commercial acting as a career, particularly from Las Vegas.The glossary is meant to be casual, as complete as possible, covering manyaspects of the motion picture industry. It is not a dictionary, but a teachingtool, complete with honest evaluations and web or e-mail citations for furtherstudy.The advice sections (including casting directors, agents, actors, directors andgeneral entertainment professionals) will be expanded and updated over time. These are based on interviews I conducted or on seminars I attended orcoordinated, primarily through the Screen Actors Guild. It is my intent to addadditional Nevada and national industry interviews and references. I haveadditional interviews already set in May, June and later in the summer.The directories, charts and lists are designed to suggest further study and tocompliment the opening introduction to the industry and craft narratives.While some of this work was completed prior to the semester, a great deal of additional information has been added, updates made and the first steps of creating a single document text begun.In preparation and research for this project I completed TCA 497 (PerformingArts Representation and Management) on-line and did an unofficial instructorpermitted audit of TCA 496 (Entertainment on the Road), also on-line. I alsoconducted extensive interviews, both this term and achieved from my SAGConservatory and teaching experience.-Art Lynch
 
Art Lynch Talent Guide Page 2
I.The CraftGetting StartedDaily DiaryNetworking TheaterFocus on the Brass RingMarket InformationNevada Casting DirectorsNevada AgentsManagersDirectors The Extras: Background Talent The Unions: SAG / AFTRA /Equity in NevadaCommercial and IndustrialsThe Tools: Investing in TalentPhotographersResumesFilm HotlinesResourcesDoing Theatre: Companies and Cultural CentersA Partial List Of LiteraturePrimary Directories Trade PublicationsLas Vegas PublicationsActing Systems and GuidesIndustry BasicsBuilding A Film LexiconAFI Top100 FilmsInternet Sources For Scripts, Industry Basics, ResearchOther Suggested ReadingsImportant Numbers
 
Art Lynch Talent Guide Page 3
II.Talking the Talk: The Language of the CraftA Creative Glossary ToolIII.Interviews and Articles The Interviews Joe Reich: Casting DirectorRay Favero: Las Vegas CDGary Schaffer: Overcoming Nevada StereotypeMary Lee Lear, CSA, Lear Casting, NevadaDanny Goldman: Commercial CastingGary Fuchs: Nevada’s Hollywood AgentAlan Berman: TV Director Joseph Bernard: Actor on Cold ReadingDave Sabastian Williams: Voice ArtistsUnions and the Future: A Time of Rapid ChangeA Brave New World: Technology and the FutureIV.Thesis Presentation Project Proposal

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