Good Morning, Creatives!
This morning's post is inspired by those of you prepping for auditions that require an accent or regionalism. It also comes on the heels of one of our more unique blog posts from Idit Tekeli, How Not to Mess Up Your Auditions When You Have an Accent. In Idit's case, she's not American and needs to learn to be. But no matter where you're from or what your accent or regionalism is, help is always just a Stage 32 blog post away.
First up, Vanity Fair shows us an actor who Learns a Boston Accent in 6 Hours. So if you want to learn to paak the kaah, take a listen to the first video below.
Our second video takes us across the pond to London where one can Learn the Cockney Accent with Jason Statham. (Or some guy who kind of looks like him.)
Once you've mastered these accents/regionalisms, take a moment to share the post with your fellow actors. And, as always, thank you for trusting Stage 32. We're grateful you're a part of this Creative Army.
Actor Learns a Boston Accent in 6 Hours
Learn the Cockney accent with Jason Statham
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