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Should I text or talk to my Mom face to face?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 19:58:53    Popularity:     

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I'm 13 and I really want to start acting, anything, commercials, movies shows, small parts, big parts. But I want to ask my Mom to start acting but Im nervous to ask, should I ask her face to face or over text. Also ant suggestions on what I should s

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If you're 13, and aren't already in a really good acting school as well as performing regularly with a good youth or community theatre company, that's where you'd have to start.
You can't just 'start acting'.
Paid acting work, whether it's in TV, movies or commercials, in even the tiniest part, isn't going to happen until you've been very well trained and have loads of acting experience - on average, that takes about seven years.
By that time, you'll be an adult and will be able to make your own decisions.

Just talk to your mom (face to face) and ask if you can start at an acting school in your spare time.
If you can't talk to her about this, you haven't got enough courage and determination to be an actor anyway.

Definitely face to face and it should be more then one conversation.

See there are not a bunch of open auditions for commercials, movies, etc. For most professional work you have to be invited to audition, usually through an agent. There are legal requirements like an entertainment work permit and a trust account. You'll need acting classes, head shots, show reels, a resume and many other things. We're talking a HUGE investment of time, effort and money for your family.

So maybe just start by telling your mom that you're interested in acting. See if you can take acting classes. Audition for things like school plays or community theater. Join drama club. Compete in forensic speech/drama contests. While you do that, your Mom (and you) and learn what is really involved in attempting an acting career. (See https://www.backstage.com/backstage-guid... ). Then talk again to see if now really is the right time to attempt a professional acting career.

Good luck

Face to face.

Acting is ALWAYS face-to-face. You want to be on stage, so you can't let your nervousness hold you back. And texting is a way to avoid acting like an adult. If you want to make an adult decision at 13, you need to show that you can behave like an adult.

Texting is NOT an adult method.

ask her FACE TO FACE, and it would be GREAT PRACTICE to perform for mom (front of a LIVE AUDIENCE) when you ask her.



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