Thursday, September 08, 2011

Film and Theater: Acting on Camera vs. Acting Directly in Front of the Audience - Yahoo! Movies
Movie and theater actors have similarities and differences when it comes to how they perform for their audiences. Each type of actor has varying requirements when performing on a specific medium. Essentially, acting on camera is a recorded performance, while theater acting is a live performance. A film actor's performance is edited during the process of making the movie, while a theater actor's performance is raw and direct as how the viewers see it live on stage.

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