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Though Off-Broadway began as an artistic proving ground, its finest products were eventually capitalized on by Broadway producers; thus, the entire world of Off-Broadway theater now harbors a recessed thought of a Broadway transfer in the corner of its collective mind. While Off-Broadway was once a place where actors could get their footing and collaborate with playwrights, the price of real estate and commercial producing interests have made an experimental playground more of a professional sports stadium.
Thankfully, there are still critics and avid theatergoers who exalt plays that are mounted with two actors and a sofa, such as Caryl Churchill’s recent coup, A Number. It is, after all, imagination that drives our work. Ever since Andy Warhol’s proclamation about the universal fifteen minutes of fame, everyone thinks he is an actor, or at least that he can make a television appearance. Personalities sell ad space better than good acting does, and so reality television has taken up timeslots once devoted to half-hour comedies and hour dramas.
Here’s what there is. There is belief in yourself. There is a support network. There is the fact that endurance and patience are perhaps the most important skills an actor can have. And, most importantly, there is a need for you to be well informed. Misperceptions prevail. Actors, with visions of Hollywood stardom, Broadway careers, or even a simple life of consistent employment, have been misled by an industry that sustains itself by leeching off the dreams of the uninformed. Each new generation of actors, and the general public they entertain, has no idea of the actual happenings in an actor’s daily life.
Acting Is a Job: Real Life Lessons about the Acting Business by Jason Pugatch