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Posted by admin, September 22, 2016 7:48 pm

Intentional Acting Preview for Kids, Teens and their Parents

DECEMBER 10th

I know you want to make sure your child’s career is set up and on the right track for 2017. My team at Intentional Acting would love to help.  Bring your questions and your child on December 10th to get some great audition tools for your kids and gets your questions answered by me.

On December 10th, I’m offering a very special, complimentary Intentional Acting Preview for Kids, Teens and their Parents.

Perhaps your kids are now teens and have been away from class and haven’t yet met the first Certified Intentional Acting Teacher, Gillian Bellinger. An improviser from Second City, she integrates improv and the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting bringing out the kid’s natural selves in a really fun way.

In this preview, all the kids and teens will work with Gillian and learn some new takes on the 9 Questions.

Perhaps you’ve been a reader of the my acting tips (and now a viewer of my Vlogs!) but you have yet to sample a class.

Maybe you’re a frustrated parent who’s not sure what to do beyond reading lines and chauffeuring them in LA traffic.  As Gillian works her magic, I’ll be working with the parents and answering all their questions.

Or maybe that friend of yours, has a kid or a teen who wants to try a complimentary acting class. (Intentional Acting offers a $50 Referral Fee once they’ve signed up.)

CLICK HERE to Sign up now: Complimentary Preview Class for Kids, Teens and their Parents

Or send this link to your friend today:  IntentionalActingKidsPreview.com

Make sure you register today. Space is limited!

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Posted by admin, November 21, 2016 12:00 am

Thank you to Abraham Lincoln; who felt that in the middle of the Civil War, we needed a National Holiday of gratitude.  It reminds me that I always have something for which to be grateful. I thought I’d share my gratitude list with you this year.

Here’s my life of things I am grateful for:

1.  All of you who read my Acting Tips and have started watching my vlogs.  Thank you for the opportunity to teach, inspire, inform, and uplift.

2.  My students – they teach me something new about life, acting, myself, and creativity every day.

3. The opportunity to teach. I feel so lucky that I get to do a job I absolutely love – and that’s because of you.

4.  To be living in Hollywood.  Yes, I love this crazy business.  I remember living in Rhode Island and reading about a screening at the DGA and being so disappointed because I couldn’t attend.

5.  The Lankershim Arts Center, The Road Theatre and Gallery 800.  Thank you for providing Intentional Acting with a beautiful, inspiring space in which to teach.

6.  My family – particularly my husband and son.

7.  @DallasTravers, @PerformerTrack, @CreateYourReel for being wonderful artists and honest business people who are full of integrity.  You are a pleasure with which to do business.

8.  The @SAGConservatory, @theActorsKey, and the @OakwoodApartments for inviting me to speak and teach your great actors.

9.  My incredible team of people who help and support me – Gillian Bellinger, Erica Jenkins, Stephanie Bennett, Cheryl Gaskill, Bud, Mary Pat, Will and my Mastermind group.

10.  The wonderful agents, managers and casting directors who believe in Intentional Acting and let me help you.

11.  And the turkey which is giving her life to feed my family on Thursday.

Please share your gratitude list in the comments below.

Thank you for again for your support of Intentional Acting.  I wish you and your family a safe and joyful holiday.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Loren

 

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Posted by admin, November 14, 2016 9:47 pm

What is the scene About?  Part 2- Where does the scene take place?

I’ve started going through the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting and today I’m breaking down the second part of Question 1:  Where does the scene take place?  This is an important piece to take your auditions to the next level that so many actors skip over.

You really want to see where you are and have specific details about where the scene takes place.  Take a look at this video to understand how to really answer this question.

Watch Between The Scenes Here

 

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Posted by admin, November 9, 2016 12:29 pm

I’m going to start going through and breaking down the 9 Questions of Intentional Acting in the next handful of videos.  This is really going to to take your auditions to the next level.  Question 1 is What is the scene about?

There are four parts to Question 1 so today I’m going to go over the first part, What is the relationship? Take a look at this video to understand what this really means.

Watch Between The Scenes Here

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If you’re an actor or know someone who is feel free to share this article on being present with those you believe could benefit from it. Thank you.

Remember, as an actor, you’re part of an inspiring community. Share your experiences in the comments below. This is your inspirational story and can serve as a valuable learning tool for others.

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Posted by admin, October 31, 2016 10:33 am

What is Intention?

Why is Intentional Acting called what it is?  When it comes to acting, one of the most frequent questions I’m asked is what it takes to replicate great performances. My answer is “Know your Intention”.  But what exactly does this mean?

Watch this video to get an idea of what intention is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMOPiEMF2wQ

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Posted by admin, October 28, 2016 3:30 pm

Way to go Mackenzie for shooting a project for AwesomenessTV with YouTube sensation CaELiKe!

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Posted by admin, October 19, 2016 6:09 pm

To have or not have a prop in an audition is a hot button topic.  I’ve heard of casting directors getting annoyed when an actor uses a prop in the room.  But nowadays, a prop we use all the time is a cell phone.  They are basically an additional appendage to our lives and our bodies.

What do you do when you have an audition in which you are on the phone?  Put your fingers to your ears, look at the reader or do the taboo thing of using your phone?

Here’s how I helped one of my actors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJgk-yu-QtI

 

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Posted by admin, October 14, 2016 10:00 am

Great job Erica for booking a part in a new media video with YouTube star Nicole Arbour!

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Posted by admin, October 13, 2016 1:05 pm

A big congrats to Gianne Almeida for booking a part as a cheerleader on the #1 Japanese show, The Sekai Gyoten News.

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Posted by admin, 12:55 pm

Way to go Luke for booking a short film called Keegan The Alien.  Have fun shooting!

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