Young Talent – Becoming Ready
New talent will always arise, regardless of the economy or world issues. So, the best advice you can take is to use the talent you already have, and put it to use.
Expressing Your TalentStart expressing your talent wether it be in the local theatre or the street or college campus. The more you work on your talent and expressing it, the more professional you will become. Already trained in the amateur theatre? Put it to work and give it livelihood, rise up and be ready for a better role.
You want your work presented to millions in the straight forward form, not to a limited number of audiences.
If you have the means, utilize the internet. The internet provides the opportunity to get others to see your work.
Despite the great development in your talent, thousands upon thousands of talented people don’t have the privilege or the opportunity to express their talent.
This in no way suggests that those talents are without any interest to become professional singers, actors or other artists.
This group of aspiring people need someone to work with them in one way or another. Properly organized, managed and led, these groups can become the strongest forces in the business. There are certainly basic qualifications one must have if he or she is to be on their way to becoming a star.
No one can expect to be successfull in entertainment without at least some of these attributes:
Everything takes money, but money isn’t the answer to the question of how to become an artist. Money follows value and gives it a price, but the value has to be there in the first place. Before anyone is asked to invest in a person’s talent, that person should first prove they are worth investing in. That person must have the talent, the sincerity, and a plan.
You must have a goal and idealist temperament with a realistic understanding of your potentials. There is hardly a soul that does not want to act, and a number can act well. These are the basic ingredients of improving and growing your talent.