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Your child is as cute as the proverbial button. Your mother thinks your daughter could be a model; your neighbor says you son should be in commercials and somewhere in the back of your mind you think it just might be worth a try to offer your child this incredible opportunity!
Stage Mom 101 - How to Give Your Child the Opportunity to Work in Showbiz offers the real information you need to get your child into showbiz. While doing some research on the subject, the author (whose son is a working actor) was amazed at how little information was available, that much of the information she could manage to find was either inaccurate, misleading or needlessly complex. Stage Mom 101 demystifies the showbiz process making it approachable, so that more parents can offer their child this incredible opportunity. Many fabulous examples and photos are within.
Stage Mom 101 covers all of the who, what, where, when, how, how not to - the positive and the negative of getting your child into showbiz. Chapters include: Opportunities Available, Commercial and Theatrical Acting for the Stage and Screen, Singers, Dancers, Models, Agents, Managers, working in New York and/or LosAngeles. It also includes many how tos, such as: Auditioning, Resumes, Headshots, Unions and Labor Laws, Education and Training and exactly what it will take (and how much they can make) to embark on this incredible adventure.
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Marie Hopkins, a freelance writer, has been a "Stage Mom" for eight years. While accommodating her son's showbiz career, she has published numerous articles in several magazines. She has also completed three screenplays now in various stages of development.
She lives in the Los Angeles area with her son, Art.Review:
"Except for the eager child, Stage Mom 101 offers everything you need to know to get into the business." -- Jane Fender, Stage Mom
"Finally a text that goes beyond the exterior of the business and into what really needs to be known..." -- Jerry E. Hansen, Ph.D - Adolescent Psychologist and Stage Parent
"Where the heck were you when I desperately needed such a concise, succint, detail-orientied resourse like this? -- Bianca Elke Arbucci, ex-Stage Mom
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Book Description Mach 1 Pub, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0967954002