Acting Pointer: Ways to Relocate to New York City to End up being a Star

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Top New York Acting Schools for Film and Theatre | Ace Your Audition

When moving to New york city City to end up being a star, it is necessary to conserve up cash for an apartment before moving, and discover a day task for cash. Start auditioning in New york city City for Broadway shows, tv and motion pictures with pointers from an expert actress and acting coach in this complimentary video on acting.

Expert: Athena Reich
Contact: www.athenareich.com
Bio: Athena Reich is a professional artist, actress, artist, singer, songwriter and coach for all of the above.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller
Video Rating: 4/ 5

25 comments

  • I want to meet a actor not to be one but anyways your video is amazing

  • If your an artist & you come here to be part of a scene, you will be sadly
    disappointed cause NYC is today is a big illusion. What you will see are
    thousand upon thousand of people moving up crowded streets with no where to
    go.NYC now has been gentrified beyond anything you can imagine. All the
    colorful, wild, fun, crazy artsy-fartsy types are all gone. AIDS, & the
    prohibitively high cost of living have pushed or wiped them out- NYC is
    nothing more than big theme park no different than Las Vegas

  • @unfluster So where did everyone go ?

  • skinsatlivedotse

    I’m also from Sweden and want to move to New York! 🙂

  • silenthillmaster755

    @unfluster Dont let this idiot get you down. Heres a thought, MOVE WITH A
    FRIEND.

  • @PeaceGuruHippie That would be called Ball Room Dancing, or Ballet my
    friend. If you want a solid dance role in a theatre play try auditioning as
    an extra in a dance performance, although these roles are harder and
    slimmer to come by. good luck and peace out!

  • @heartlessxcxc Nothing really. NYC and LA are just the acting capitals of
    the USA. It’s where all the best talent agents, acting roles, and
    opportunities are. Think of LA as the mecca of acting, and NYC as the new
    mecca.

  • @silenthillmaster755 Not everyone can land a spot on Broadway like Laura
    Bell Bundy here. What I’m doing is keeping it real. If you want to pump
    sunshine up people’s ass, and tell everyone how easy and fun NYC is, be my
    guest, but don’t put me down for telling the truth.

  • Hey Everyone! Glad these videos are useful! Connect with me on facebook and
    check out my website – athena reich

  • Joey Koningsbruggen

    EVERYTHING SHOULD DIE

  • ChaoticMagician13

    you have some great tips keep up your good work

  • @unfluster idk..If yer talkin about the 1915 incident i was born in 1993
    and i have no idea what happened lol..They might have been murdered..No
    idea ..

  • Moving to New York is difficult. Gene Hackman, Robert Duvall and Dustin
    Hoffman all worked as movers in New York City. And that is what I did. I
    got a job working for a New York City Man with a Van VanStand Vandstandcom
    and it has. worked for me. They have a great reputation so they get me
    plenty of work moving around the five boroughs mostly Manhattan, Brooklyn,
    Queens. Anyway you had good advice for moving to New York. I hope my work
    as an honest man with a van mover pays off!

  • I am a 16 year old actress and this I’ll be heading off to college soon.
    should I maybe go to college in NYC so ill be close to all the auditions or
    should i wait till after college?

  • DeadEchoCreations

    great vid! Quality Actor Reels DeadEchoCreations

  • However a number of things occurred which changed the landscape of NYC 1.
    When Reagan became president he pumped $56 billion into Wall St. which
    brought Big Business into the heart of the City- with all these white
    collar jobs came an invasion of Yuppies (Before that Big Business and
    yuppies stayed away from NYC because it was “too dangerous” (dangerous by
    “suburban white” standards) 2.The rental market which was originally
    “protected” by ‘Rent Stabilized Laws’- was deregulated by Mayor Giuliani

  • Jesper Lindgren

    I’m from Sweden, and my dream is to become an actor and live in New York
    City. I am just too afraid that it wont be like I hope, and that I will
    give up too easy. It could happen because I don’t know anyone there, and
    making contact could be really hard. But, I’m only 16 years old, so I think
    I should become like famous here in Sweden first, and then hopefully, move
    to The Big Apple! Hope I’ll see you there, or I hope you to see me on the
    big screen soon. I want a taste of the Fame <3

  • @mczr00 Complicated question. What you need to understand is NYC is a
    Darwinian Furnace-1000 people move here each week-400 move out. There is
    intense competition for jobs apartments; EVERYTHING; The dating scene is
    horrible because everyone is looking for “the best” The truly interesting
    people dont make it because they are too “colorful” & stand out as
    “different” What NYC is all about is bein “mature” “normal” “level-headed”
    towing the company line- not a good place for someone whose original

  • If I was in my late teens early 20’s I would move to a City that’s
    “undiscovered” (th way NYC was in it’s Heyday). Everyone I spoke with
    (mainly kids in there 20’s & 30’s) say one place over & over: Portland
    Oregon.The problem is America is currently undergoing the worst recession
    since 1929 so finding a job is going to be tricky but I can tell you. If
    you move to NYC, your going to regret it. It’s expensive, lonely; the
    dating scene is terrible. Save yourself th anguish. You’ll thank me later.

  • AHealthy StateOfMind

    babysit? lol

  • With a huge influx of rich white Ivy League overachievers, the “street”
    culture (which gave rise to the arts) was wiped out a “corporate” culture
    (emphasis on normalcy, money, ‘maturity’). Rents which were once a quarter
    of your monthly income are now half to 3/4 of your monthly income. There is
    no “art” scene. Since the “corporate culture” dictates the standards in
    taste, the culture of NYC now revolves around shopping & ‘going out for
    drinks’; hence no ‘spontaneous’ NYC.

  • @Poppylove88 I wanna do that thing too, (well, acting 🙂 ) .. but
    how..turkey sucks can’t do it here…

  • If you want read this, you have to read ‘up’ from the bottom. Start at the
    fifth bubble down (the bottom of the page) that says, “UNFLUSTER” and read
    up. If you read from this point down it won’t make any sense. P.S. What I
    wrote about NYC is no reflection on ‘Athena Reich’ who is obviously a
    beautiful and intelligent woman and knows what she’s talking about.

  • silenthillmaster755

    @unfluster I never said it was easy its just, you never know what will
    happen untill you try. And you tell people don’t do it, you are supposed to
    dream, and fearlessly go after those dreams, THATS what Laura Bell did.

  • Moving to New York is difficult. Gene Hackman, Robert Duvall and Dustin
    Hoffman all worked as movers in New York City. And that is what I did. I
    got a job working for a New York City Man with a Van VanStand and it has.
    worked for me. They have a great reputation so they get me plenty of work
    moving around the five boroughs mostly Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens. Anyway
    you had good advice for moving to New York. I hope my work as an honest man
    with a van mover pays off!