Finally walk into that audition or onto that stage with confidence.
No matter what point you are at in your career, nerves will always be a factor. I’ve done 100’s of auditions, performed countless times on stage and screen, and yet the audition I have next week still terrifies me.
Nerves are actually a good thing. When we feel nervous, it’s a sign that we care. That we love what we do, and we want to do our best. But here’s the problem: nerves, anxiety, stage fright and other self confidence issues can be debilitating.
Are your nerves, or other fears stopping you from taking the next step with your acting?
This course is all about helping you understand your nerves, working with them, instead of against them, and ultimately becoming a more grounded, relaxed and confident actor.
Stop letting fear hold you back and join us in the course to take your acting career to the next level.
I can't wait to see you in the course!
P.S. if you have any questions shoot me an email: [email protected]
"The course was great! I'll be able to reference material from this and your other courses to help solidify preparations while in school, as well as before and after auditions. Now I've got some reading to do and some challenges to accept!!"
- Michael Kernan, Vancouver - Canada
"I thought this course was excellent! With each tutorial and each challenge, I felt more inspired and motivated to work on my confidence. Gaining confidence and dealing with nerves is trial and error, but with Andrew’s useful tools you’re already a step ahead."
- Georgia Aslanidis, Melbourne - Australia
"I found the ‘How to Be a More Confident Actor’ course very beneficial. Lots of helpful advice and tips on how to tackle nerves when performing."
- Callum Thomas, Cardiff - Wales
Andrew Hearle is the founder and editor of StageMilk.com - the world's largest acting resource website, helping over 1 million actors a year. Andrew Hearle trained as an actor at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, one the leading drama schools in Australia. Andrew has worked as a professional actor in film, TV, and theatre. As an acting teacher Andrew works with 100s of actors every year from around the world.