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Should I focus on on-camera acting classes?
What's the point of doing a non-camera class for acting?
What is the different between on-camera and off-camera classes?
Should I be doing both on camera and off camera classes?
Should I do on-camera classes over scene study?
Is scene study worth it or should I just do audition classes?
Should I focus only on audition camera classes?
What's the point of scene study classes?
It there a point to scene study classes - they do plays and I only want to do film!