Actors are frequently on the quest for representation. You need a manager to help guide you through the process of becoming a working actor. Or do you? Self-Management for Actors will guide you through the process of taking control of your career from the business side of things. There is no secret method, there is no password entry system to the Working Actor Club. What does exist is a simple, self-management concept that allows you to handle the business of your acting career without losing the ability to be a creative artist. Balance is key, and the tips in Self-Management for Actors will put you well on your way to having the best manager you deserve: Yourself!
It's your career. Why not manage yourself?
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It's your career. Why not manage yourself?About the Author:
Bonnie Gillespie, originally from Atlanta, Georgia, holds a Master's degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia. Her thesis, "Broadcasting in the Elementary School," is an ethnographic study of live television news broadcasts developed and produced entirely by students. Bonnie has worked as Instructional Technology Coordinator for Athens Academy and developed extensive staff enrichment courses in the integration of media and technology in education. As graduate advisor to WUOG, 90.5fm, Bonnie was named College Radio Advisor of the Year, 1997, by the National Association of College Broadcasters.
Her pursuit of acting brought her to Los Angeles, where Bonnie soon began working as a freelance writer for several publications. Freelance clients have included Reel Noir, Back Stage West, the Sundance Institute, Roxbury Publishing Company, Hey Anita, and several online publications including The Actor's Bone, Actor Point, WildOgre.com, and EverythingElse.net, home of her column "It's Like This..." the follow-up to her popular humor column "Don't Get Me Started."
Bonnie has retired from acting, preferring instead to write and teach about the craft of casting and the business of acting. Her first book Casting Qs: A Collection of Casting Director Interviews is a top seller in Los Angeles and has been selected as a textbook for collegiate acting programs nationwide. Bonnie now works as a personal consultant to actors and is a frequent guest speaker at several acting studios and regular free events in Los Angeles. She is also co-founder of the Flickering Image Short Film Festival.
Recently, Bonnie has put her expertise from interviewing over 200 casting directors to the test, having cast the feature A Dull House as well as having worked as casting coordinator for the Fox series Mr. Personality, Paradise Hotel, The Brady Bunch, and Project X. She has provided casting consultant services on several independent projects and is creator and co-host of Hollywood Happy Hour; news, schmooze, reviews, and interviews. Bonnie lives in the Hollywood Hills with her fiancé and two cats.
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Descrizione libro Cricket Feet Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0972301976
Descrizione libro Cricket Feet Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110972301976
Descrizione libro Cricket Feet Publishing. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0972301976 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.0655886