If you want to excel as a student of the performing arts, there are several things you need to do.
Firstly, if you want to excel as a student of the performing arts, you need to ensure that you master the theory properly.
Secondly, if you want to excel as a student of the performing arts, you need to attend many performances (by others), and observe what the truly good performers do.
Thirdly, if you want to excel as a student of the performing arts, you need to put into practice what you learn theoretically and from observation of other performers at work.
You can also register to take part in the online forums where performing artists share notes, and from the threads there, gather even more information, in order to give yourself a competitive edge. In order to take part in these forums, you may only need to go to the www.gmail.com sign up page, and create a Gmail.com account that you can then use to register with the forums. Chances are that you won’t be required to pay anything to register on the forums: thanks to the fact that most of these forums are operated by volunteers who don’t care so much about money.
It is very essential for you to spend your time in a profitable way, while going through an arts course at college. Indeed, as we saw in an earlier post, what you do with your time while going through an arts course at college will go a long way in determining how your life pans out. If you waste your time, you may end up regretting bitterly in the fullness of time.
You should spend a substantial portion of your time while going through an arts course at college studying (your core course material).
You should also spend a bit of time while going through an arts course at college acquiring general knowledge. It, for instance, will be a great shame if, by the time you leave college, you can’t do something as simple as managing to sign in to Gmail at Gmail.com, even if you argue that you didn’t go to college to study technology!
It also makes sense for you to devote a bit of time to networking with others while going through an arts course at college.
Finally, you need to ensure that you have a bit of fun in college, knowing that life won’t be stopping to wait for you: life will be ticking on, and your youth will be wafting away.