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Oh My Gosh, My Child Wants to Be an Actor: The Art of Raising an Artist | The Difference Press

Oh My Gosh, My Child Wants to Be an Actor: The Art of Raising an Artist


My child wants to be an actor. Now what?

As soon as you know that your child dreams of being in a play or on TV, you start worrying about what might happen if they pursue an artistic career. You’ll be able to’t help but think of the ruthless rejection, the incredible odds of “making it,” and, even worse, those stories about drugs, abuse, and painful experiences you don’t want your kids to suffer.

You have a large number of questions: How will I know which is the right acting, dancing, or music school for my child? Is it going to be very expensive or time-consuming? Are they talented enough to make a career in arts? Are they going in an effort to get enough money to make a living?

Actor and director Lilia Sixtos has seen thousands of auditions and taught hundreds of artists. By raising her two creative children, she has learned every conceivable way a creative person’s journey can also be helped or hindered by their parents. Now, in Oh my God, My Child Wants to Be an Actor, she shows you how to:

  • Identify the most efficient training You’ll be able to provide for your child within your means
  • Develop a secure and loving space for the challenges of your child’s journey
  • Create the improve team your child’s needs
  • Find your child’s niche
  • Fit the needs of your child’s career with the needs of all your family

Help your child explore this acting thing! Invest in your child’s future today.

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