Take it to the next acting level.
Becoming a better actor has a lot to do with how you present yourself. The way you present yourself is connected to how you know yourself. It all comes down to being open, willingness to learn and knowing your own fears, sorrows and happiness, your goals and desires in order to use them in building your character.
We have some tipe to help you:
• Be Positive
Even if you don't feel the same way. Avoid self-pity, or the pity and sympathy of others. Never allow others to make you feel inferior--they can only do so if you let them. If you continue to loathe and belittle yourself, others are going to do and believe likewise. Istead, speak positively about yourself, about your future, and about your progress. Do not be afraid to project your strengths and qualities to others. By doing so, you reinforce those ideas in your mind and encourage your growth in a positive direction.
• Accept compliments gracefully.
Don't roll your eyes and say, "Yeah, right," or shrug it off. Take it to heart and respond positively ("Thank you" and a smile works well).
• Look in the mirror and smile.
Studies surrounding what's called the "facial feedback theory" suggest that the expressions on your face can actually encourage your brain to register certain emotions. So by looking in the mirror and smiling every day, you might feel happier with yourself and more confident in the long run.
• Fake it.
Along the same lines of smiling to make yourself feel happy, acting confident might actually make you believe it. Pretend you're a completely confident version of you; go through the motions and see how you feel!
• Stick to your principles.
It might be tough, but if you don't have something you can believe in, you don't have anything. If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything. No matter what's happened in your life, you can always lay claim to the fact that from this day forward, you've followed your principles to the best of your ability.
Acting classes enhance a student’s confidence and comfort in front of an audience.
Acting classes provide students with a beneficial emotional release, builds self-esteem through consistently challenging and surprising themselves, student’s develop a new positive outlook on their own strength and abilities
Through acting, students learn to create their own success by letting go of fear and releasing their natural self-expression.