Saturday, March 30, 2019

Road to Becoming a Professional Actor

Hello everyone! I hope you've had a great week. We've been having some beautiful weather here in the Dallas area, let's hope it lasts!  Last week I talked about how my son, Aaron, has had a dream of being a professional actor since the age of 5.  And how we came across this magnificent school that he now attends. The Dallas Young Actors School trains your child and teen on a real soundstage to prepare them for TV and film work. This is not theater. We learned a lot from Ms. Linda Seto, the founder of the Dallas YAS about the differences between acting for the stage (far away) and TV/film (hello! camera close ups)  In the three years he's been a student, Aaron has improved his acting skills and has experienced so much personal growth!  The summer camps are a great way to train. They are filling up fast! Think SNL on fast track! At the end of the week, the students are taped in front of a live studio audience.  There is nothing like this in the country and Aar
Saturday, March 23, 2019

Kids Summer Activities-Dallas Acting Camp

      Kids Summer Activities I'm back today to talk some more about the Summer acting camp that my son will attend. It is being offered by his acting school Dallas Young Actors Studio in Dallas. It is an intense, week-long, acting camp that prepares your actor for the real world of working on a sound stage in front of a live studio audience. They actually tape the TV pilot, and you can be in the audience! How cool is that?  There are several sessions being offered and because it's the only acting camp of its kind it gets filled quickly! You can get more info here: Aaron taped in last summer's TV Pilot called Welcome to Willowbrook Way. He played a very "misunderstood" character called "Mr. Keller".  You can see some of his scenes on his IG <<click here It's important for young actors to build a resume with actual experience and not just training. At Dallas YAS your young actor will gai
Saturday, March 16, 2019

Following Your Dreams -Summer Activities

My son Aaron is an aspiring actor. He has always wanted to act. As a child, he was constantly telling me he wanted to get his "face out there" and that "he was running out of time". He was 4 years old. I did not know where to take him to get his face out there as he requested. One day we googled kids acting schools dallas. Several websites came up but one in particular caught my eye. It was a story on a local TV channel about Dallas acting schools. The acting school is Dallas Young Actors Studio. This school is run by Linda Seto who has extensive experience in TV and production. Several kids have been discovered at her school and are actively working in Hollywood. If you want to learn more about the school you can go  here. So we went into Dallas and had Aaron audition to be placed in one of the classes. That was in 2017. He has loved every minute spent there! I have seen him grow and his self confidence increase like you wouldn't believe. He has acted in t
Saturday, March 2, 2019

Dallas Acting Summer Camps 2019

Dallas Acting Summer Camps Ahh the hot days of summer. All of us are waiting for them aren't we? When the kids are home from school for summer vacay. Wait? No. We need to keep these kids busy! Isn't that what we are all thinking for the summer? I've always been a great believer in supporting our children to explore new things. One of those things can be acting!  I haven't been blogging for a while because life!  But one thing's for sure, we have been busy. My son Aaron is an actor. He has been training at the prestigious Dallas Young Actors Studio in Dallas. And I tell you the growth he has experienced is tremendous. This is no regular acting school. It's real world training in a real studio with a sound stage and real professionals. This is NOT theater.  If you want your child to train to be a real actor for TV and/or film THIS is the place to be.  Dallas Young Actors Studio   offers coaching and training to be a professional actor.  And


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