Interview With Expat Thespian Lauren Ash-Morgan

#THESEOULBROTHA PRESENTS"The Gugak Shakespearean"Expat Thespian - Lauren Ash-Morgan With a Bachelor of Music in Music Education(Voice) and a Master’s in Ethnomusicology, Lauren Ash-Morgan has been acting since the age of 10. This actor, director, writer & teacher is proving that art has no limits here in The Land Of The Morning Calm.How long have you lived in Korea?Nearly seven years total. One year from 2005-2006, then I went back to the U.S.

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Effective Self-Study For The Expat Thespian

**Receive Your Free Gift of The Guide To Overseas Success, When You Subscribe To #TheSeoulBrotha Blog!! ----------------------------------------->I don't consider myself to be an avid reader. I've read good books, usually on acting, that have assisted me in my pursuit of this thespian cause, but reading is still a place I can work on.

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Travel To Train For The Expat Thespian

I'm not the type of person to go to a beach and scuba dive for hours. Call it my OCD, but I have to feel like I'm being productive and that's why having a week off from work absolutely drives me crazy.  Truthfully, I know how to relax and take time off but it can't be for more than two days or I'll go insane.

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How to Accept Criticism As An Expat Thespian

If rejection is part of the thespian game then criticism is the foundation to the rules.  We're living abroad and often in countries whose culture doesn't permit a blunt critique.  Expat Thespians can be told that we're good actors and at times that compliment can come so often that when we get criticized it's a bit jarring.

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Advantages With Your Host Language For The Expat Thespian

As an expat thespian you're living abroad and learning your host language hopefully on a daily basis. However, you can be stereotyped as the "token foreigner" and only given roles speaking your native tongue.  Being the token foreigner is great if your wanting to gain experience but to be a successful expat thespian you should be acting in a foreign language.

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Responding To Rejection For The Expat Thespian

 My last two post have been about strategies to keep your emails short and concise. However, no matter how much we cater to our contacts at some point we will read those dreaded words, "I'd like to be removed from your list."   Don't fear expat thespian because when this happens you have an amazing opportunity to shine. Today we will discuss Responding To Rejection For The Expat Thespian Respond ASAP - Let the professional know that you've heard the...

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