As per your message, could you send me (and my dad) more information on your production? sounds exiting from what I found. Please let me know what role you want me to do. I'm AFTRA if thats ok please let me know. Thanks for considering…"
You looked natural and good and spoke your lines well.
Make sure you make a tape of your performances, both at the beginning and when you got on the helicopter.
Your natural smile really comes through in the helicopter at 37:44. That natural, simple smile could get you another job on OTM or another show. Recommend you put a picture with that type of smile on your profile/picture page.
You can see it again on Hulu.com.
So, reflect on the past and prepare for the next role you do.
Brianna, Best wishes. Obviously, Laurie sees potential in you and has confidence in you. This is great. I encourage you to approach acting as if you are crossing a stream. The moving water may get you a bit wet sometime, but you will cross the stream and not drown. As you move from stepping stone, to stepping stone, you plant your feet firmly and then quickly move on to the next. Once in a while there may be a misstep. Don't be concerned by it. Keep your confidence, perhaps adjust a bit, and then move on. Practice is often the key to success. Remember, never a failure always a lesson.
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