Originally Posted by Bluth
Yes it is acting, and I have studied it (more independently that anything). My preferred "technique" is called Practical Aesthetics created by David Mamet, and for my money is the most simple, straightforward and demystifying path to acting there is, surpassing the Method and Stanislavski system.
Hehe, I wouldn't know about any of that yet. It's easy to lose sight of the goal, which is to get on with an agent and go to auditions and all of that. That's what going to classes helps you with.
At least, that's what they told me at class, and I know it was a good class because a fairly successful indie director sent me there. I do know that no amount of reading will get you a job.