A Simple Guidebook for the Beginning Actor by Mark J. Shallow

This book will offer the beginning actor simple and easy-to-grasp explanations of acting essentials.

Chicago, IL, August 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The eBook, "ACTING: It's No Great Mystery," by Mark J. Shallow takes the essentials of acting and presents them in a way that's free of hard-to-understand jargon and lofty theories. The author has been a working actor in Chicago theatre for over twelve years

The basic principles are outlined in a straightforward way, and include stories of the author's own journey into the actor's life. This is done so as to acquaint readers with a clear picture of things that all beginning actors ought to know. The author has learned through his many years as an actor that a great many people who would like to begin acting shy away from doing so because they feel that it's just too complicated.

"Learning how to act truly is no great mystery," says author Mark J. Shallow. "The stuff of everyday life is, frankly, the stuff of great acting." This book will show the beginner how to mine the great wealth of his or her own life experience in creating memorable characters.

Also, there's useful information about how to audition well, and practical advice for finding an agent. Anyone interested in becoming an actor, be it in theatre, film or television, will find a wealth a practical information in this book, which is now available on Amazon/Kindle.
Mark Shallow
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