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Three Things To Look For In A Workshop As An Expat Thespian

The workshops you sign up shouldn't be at random.  You should be seeking more as a career-minded actor. Today's post...

Three Things To Look For In A Workshop As An Expat Thespian

Full Engagement - A workshop should be engaging in the sense that you're moving your body to learn. Connect your body to your breath. If you're only sitting there listening to an instructor that's a class, not a workshop! 

Direct Access -  The workshop instructors I respect most are those I can still ask questions of to this day.  It may take a few days/weeks to respond but at least I know I have direct contact.

Career Focused - Recently I went through a tactical firearms for camera workshop because I have a goal to be on a crime procedural tv show. Choose the workshop that 'pads' the career, not just the resume...Expat Thespian! 

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Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an award winning actor who built his film career in Seoul, South Korea.   He began to flourish in 2010 gaining experience in film, television, and theater. He is known for Jojakdwen Doshi (2017), Haebangchon (2015) & Gamgi (2013).