Acting Live Feed

Acting Live Feed Instructions

Acting Live Feed Instructions

Join Live on the Acting Live Feed! 🙂

KEYS:
Livestream uses software that takes no computer resources and still streams. This helps full video quality. This is the reason why there is a link to a sign up free web streamer.

Friday FEB 4 2022 – LINK TO JOIN

Broadcast is a live Q & A on Acting every TUESDAY and FRIDAY at 2PM EST

LINK to Join Acting Live Feed

INSTRUCTIONS:
Simon uses 3rd party software, as many live streaming gamers do

  1. Click the Acting Live Feed Link
  2. Sign up with account (so you can join Simon Backstage during the Live Feed
    Then Step Two:
    ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT:
  3. Email emotionalpreparation@gmail.com asking to join the feed
  4. Simon will email you the link for that Day’s live feed.
  5. Click the link and join without downloading anything
  6. KEY: USE HEADSET or EARPHONES to listen to the call so there is no feedback from any computer.

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Why is this done this way?

This is the least troublesome way to be able to multi cast a live feed internationally.
You won’t need to download anything which is the advantage.

If the Acting Live Feed is busy there will be a waiting in the backstage area. Simon will in real time address the back log and let you know in real time what to expect. NOTE: There is a 6 second – 60 second delay on comments broadcast in real time.

Acting Live Feed TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS 2PM EST

Why are you doing an Acting Live Feed?

It really does help people’s learning to be able to see real people asking questions and getting them answered. It also helps that you can better explain your question. You may have an example of your question so you can actually get more clarity out of yourself by asking.

You can do real time Emotional Preparation Acting Coaching which will help you be able to access your emotions in acting.

NOTE: Don’t be afraid to ask really tough acting questions. Simon Blake has studied with over 35 Acting Teachers including himself and has studied at least 30000 – 40000 acting exercises. If Simon does not have an immediate answer to your Question he will nearly always have a partial answer that will still help you. Then he will do some thinking to remember some things that he knows and do a full answer video answer.

1. Usually the answers will be immediate. 2. The Answers will be custom to you. 3. The Acting Video Live feed will really help in getting questions answered.

Join Simon Blake to do real time Emotional Preparation or AMA (ask me anything)

Past Live Feed Links

TUESDAY January 18th 2021 – LINK TO JOIN

FRIDAY January 21st 2021 – LINK TO JOIN

Dyslexia Actor Help Reading

If you are a Dyslexic Actor, or know any, check out or send over these Links to Dyslexia Fonts


This TUESDAY January 11th 2021 – LINK TO JOIN

This FRIDAY January 14th 2021 – LINK TO JOIN

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About Simon Blake

Simon Blake has studied between 30000 – 40000 acting exercises and studied over 8-10++ thousand acting students work in acting. Studying their Emotional Preparation to their Spoon River Work. Studying every area of Meisner training work with well over 30 Teachers including himself.

“Meisner In and Out Exercise, which was later known as Doors and Activities give a basic building blocks to modern day acting”

After being assaulted by an industry student associated with the school Simon moved on to finish his acting books and start teaching acting online on YouTube. He is available for Live Feed classes as well as private coaching sessions if you contact him to arrange it or find the times on the website.

Simon Blake runs and operates the website EmotionalPreparation.com which teaches Actors how to add Emotion to their acting using improved acting techniques.

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