Written by a noted stage actor with years of training and decades of experience acting in community theater, BADASS ACTING ~ Best Acting Practices for Fun or Fame is the book that every stage actor, theatre student or even aspiring film and television actor should read.
Getting Noticed is the Key
to Celebrity . . .
And excellence is the key to getting noticed. Whether your goal is to answer the call of community theater or to pursue serious ambitions in film and television, you need to have badass acting skills if you want to become known as a badass actor!
Tice Allison is an American actor and author, with over twenty-five years of stage experience and many years of professional-level actor’s training. He is known for his facility for playing villains and characters that exist on the fringe of society. Or, as Tice likes to put it, “Creeps and weirdos a specialty!”
BADASS ACTING ~ Best Acting Practices for Fun or Fame is a straightforward, fun-to-read acting handbook featuring nearly 80 practical tips, techniques and best practices for the committed stage actor, including many over-looked acting secrets that can help you gain fame for your work on local stages and follow your dreams to work in film and television.
BADASS ACTING ~ Best Acting Practices for Fun or Fame isn’t a pamphlet. It’s a sizable 378-page acting handbook book that helps you discover a wealth of practical acting skills you may never have considered. And for all of those touchy questions surrounding the business of acting — such as how to work with divas and get along with jackasses — Badass Acting is here to answer them all . . . and teach you the skills you need to thrive on stage.
Badass Acting . . .
NOT JUST FOR THEATER ACTORS!
Though written with theater actors in mind, BADASS ACTING ~ Best Acting Practices for Fun or Fame is a handbook of acting techniques, tips, and secrets created to help actors sharpen their acting skills and gain notice in local theater. But this book isn’t just for stage actors. Badass Acting is also a great resource for actors pursuing acting careers in film and television, on screen or voice over. That’s because, at its core, acting is a universal performance art. That is to say, all acting is the same, no matter the venue.