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What is better: on camera class or a regular acting class?
Should I do a scene study class over an on-camera audition class?
Will I learn the basics of acting in an on-camera class?
Am I ready to do an on-camera acting class?
Should I do a regular. scene work class or camera specific audition class?
Should I take a traditional scene class or go for a camera specific class when choosing my weekly jam?
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