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Author Lemack, Brad.
Title The new business of acting : how to build a career in a changing landscape / Brad Lemack.
Imprint Los Angeles, CA : Ingenuity Press, [2010]
Edition First edition.

Author Lemack, Brad.
Subject Acting -- Vocational guidance.
Description 1 online resource (xx, 203 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The transition from student to working professional -- Skills to build a career on in the new business of acting -- The art of the head shot : a picture is worth a thousand words and a potential opportunity -- The business of talent representation : a perspective on the new landscape -- The business of talent casting in the new landscape -- Self-submitting : the art of selectivity in pursuing casting opportunities -- Unions and actors -- An actor's resume and bio : create critical work-in-progress tools that define your unique brand and your potential -- Emotional, physical, and fiscal fitness in the new landscape -- It's all about the plan : create and launch your action plan for career success -- Notes for the beginning of your journey -- An actor's code of ethics -- Resources for actors -- Websites referenced in The new business of acting -- The last word.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780971541061 (electronic bk.)
097154106X (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 834136904
Additional Format Print version: Lemack, Brad. New business of acting. 1st ed. Los Angeles, CA : Ingenuity Press, ©2010 9780971541054 (DLC) 2010905984 (OCoLC)663899106

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