|Child Actors-How To Develop?|
How To Develop My Kid's Into A Good Actor And An Adult?
What is the greatest responsibility parents have in this crazy business called acting?
Train your child, headshots, and portfolio, auditions, running around and meeting coordinators and casting directors, marketing and promoting the kid's acting career and the job seems never ending
But your biggest responsibility?
That your child grows up to be happy and well adjusted, not only as a kid actor but also as an adult!
So how do you make sure your “actor child” is growing up to be a “normal child”?
1. Sometimes You Have To Say "No"
You have to say no sometimes on both the acting career side and what the kid's priority like studies. It has to be understood that we can’t be two places at once.
It may also depend on what a kid's life goal have you set in. 1. Acting as primary goal 2. Or studies as one or acting is a sub-goal like a hobby, an associate skill?
2. Set Goal And Schedule
Based on your kid's designed goal, make sure you’re working on a schedule. “Schedule, schedule, and more schedule! School work and acting.
For example School, snacks and chatting at home, Playing musical instrument or going to a dance class, Homework, Acting-rehearsing scene and so on
Get them involved in extracurricular like games, sports.
4. School Work
Irrespective of a child's goal, always put schoolwork first. Then the other activities.
5. decision Making
Let them make their own decisions. Don't push your views and decisions
6. Fun Fun And Fun
Make everything as fun as possible. Even auditions, on set.
7. Acting As A Career
Allow your child to pursue acting if this is the career they want. ‘What is normal?’ By staying grounded in realities and simply allowing your ‘normal’ child to pursue their acting career! Kids today are so immersed in sports like football, swimming, tennis, to name a few, that acting should be no different. And with hard work in any sport, or in this case, the pursuit of a long-lived acting career, it simply becomes part of who your child is! And of course celebrating friends and families birthdays is a must!”
8. Your Responsibility
The neat thing in all of this is how acting is just part of the daily routine, and the sweet parental awareness of the delicate balancing act it is. It is easy to get totally immersed in the daily acting activities, but make sure you help them to take your own time devoted to child and family in your weekly schedule. After all the kid deserves it!
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