by David Patrick Green.
Just because you live in a small town doesn’t mean you are limited by the resources available locally. You can read acting books by all the great teachers, filmmaking books by great directors and producers, and of course you can watch all the television and movies that anyone else can watch.
Try to study and appreciate the sensibilities of people who you want to work with down the road. In the same way people from other countries often learn English from watching American television, small market people can learn big market lingo and skills by studying them through whatever media they can find.
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