As an actor, you have to do your work twice. First, you vividly imagine the play's circumstances inside your head . . . then, you use the skill of concentration to bring the circumstances to life with your voice and body. Practice these dual skills of imagination (on the inside) and concentration (on the outside) to make your acting more believable!
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"George captivated our 5th grade classes with his one-day artist workshop . . . Students were engaged from start to finish as they learned valuable content."- Shannon Townsley, Arts & Humanities Teacher, Jeffersontown Elementary School (Louisville, KY)
"Our students had a great time learning about drama with George. Even kids who are usually reluctant to participate were drawn into the activities … George’s unique style and energy are contagious. Learning should always be this fun!"- Deanna Williams, Arts & Humanities Teacher, Stopher Elementary School (Louisville, KY)
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