Sometimes, all it takes is a subtle shift in perspective to change how well you perform as an actor. Whatever intention you have behind your lines comes through in some way to the audience, so it's important to have your mind in the right place before you even take your breath to speak. Every one of us actors will find what tricks and techniques enable us to deliver our best performances, and luckily we can learn from those who have come before us who graciously share perspectives and insights that have changed their approach, by and by improving the art we love as a whole.
Here, Bryan Cranston gives advice on shifting one's perspective about auditioning, and it seems to be working for him! We hope it inspires and empowers you, and we look forward to hearing you.
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