#THESEOULBROTHA PRESENTS”The Blue-Eyed Lottie” International Thespian – Katharina SporrerWith a Masters in Theater, Film and Media studies from the University of Vienna, Katharina Sporrer has been dominating the international scene. Her foundation of training from powerhouse coaching icons such as Ivana Chubbuck, The Groundlings, and T. Schreiber Studio, Sporrer proves that she can be a working actor right where she is…in DEUTSCHLAND! Where are you now and where are you originally fr…
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You’ve been CEO of your career for so long, been contacting whomever you choose for years, handing over that power can be frightening. Today’s post…Top 3 Ways To Relinquish Control As An Expat Thespian Trust The System Wholeheartedly – The process of casting director-to-agent-to-actor has been working for years. Learn to trust that your agent is doing the best they can for you, remember they get paid when you do. Don’t Trust The System Blindly – Your agent is only one person and it’s…
I signed with an agency on January 25th. Exactly 6 months after landing in America. The proof is in the pudding, do the work.
If you didn't learn this when you were in your host country, learn it now! Stopping is just as important as the going. Today's post…Knowing When To Take A Break As An Overseas ActorWhen You're Not Caught Up – Acting is art and art is never finished.
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 ThespianFull Engagement – A workshop should be engaging in the sense that you're moving your body to learn.
Finding ways to stand out from the crowd is a major part of being an actor. Here are three tips you can use to distinguish yourself. Today's post…How To Blossom In Your Native Country As An Overseas Actor Mind Your Business – Actors who know the business of acting stand out from the crowd.
Your host country's film industry will have major differences with your native country. Learn why a personal management session helps. Today's post…Top 3 Reasons You Need A Management Session As An Expat ThespianHome Market Knowledge – Learning about how your hometown market works is vital.
You invested time and energy in that host language, don't lose your investment just because you returned home. Check out why in today's post…Why You Should Keep Learning Your Host Language As An Expat ThespianEnhances Your Civilian Resume – As actors, we still need our "civilian" jobs for those needed funds. Knowing a second language is one of those careers that can provide flexibility.
Creating an elevator pitch has slight differences for the expat actor. Read more on today's post…How To Create An Elevator Pitch As An Expat ThespianDon't Have A Unique Selling Point – The "unique selling point" doesn't work because we should be concerned with how we make people feel. Selling makes everyone uncomfortable.
How can an expat thespian exude the "WOW" factor in 30 seconds or less? Answer: By using an elevator pitch! This week is the why & next week is the how. Today's post…Why The Elevator Pitch Is Gold For The Expat ThespianIt Enhances Your YOUnique – We all want that "it" factor that sets us apart from the crowd.
Being cast by casting directors is the acuda gra! Expat actors must be forward thinking and strategic. Today's post…Being Cast Strategic As An Expat ThespianPush For Different Roles – As expat actors, we usually to take the "foreigner" roles that are given but that doesn't mean we have to accept the status quo.