If you feel that your child is a superstar, this blog is exactly where you should be! Knowing how to behave and help your child to get into acting industry is important if you see your child’s future in it.
Prepare your child to be successful even after facing rejections! Help your child to get rid of the fear of rejection. Make your child a strong person.
Here’s the ultimate guide:
1. Take your child to watch shows –
They need to be shown the real world of film and theatre industry. Take your child out to watch some plays to improve their skills. Grooming your kid since their childhood will be of great help. Watch movies and plays with them. Point out what you feel is helpful for your child to learn.
2. Join acting classes at the right age –
Classes will surely be of a great advantage. Interacting with other children and dealing with professional actors who teach them will help them get trained perfectly. Do not force them. Wait for the right age to enroll your child in acting classes.
3. Make sure their dreams are really theirs –
If it is your dreams, don’t put them on your child forcefully. Be sure that the dream of becoming a superstar is really their dream. Every parent sees a superstar in their child but that doesn’t mean you force your dreams on your child. Be sure what your child wants to become. Do not make it worse for them. Take it slow. Let them understand what they want to do.
4. Teach them to socialize –
Make them aware about how important it is to talk to other children who are in his/her surroundings. Teach your child to share and talk freely. This will make your child confident enough to stand on stage. Not having stage fear in such an early age is an impressive quality that will help your child to get selected by the production houses and casting directors.
5. Take them for auditions –
Let them be frank. Make them be fearless on stage. Practice makes man perfect. Giving auditions will surely improve their acting skills. Coming in front of camera also makes your child confident enough about themselves. Encourage them to give audition for various print shoots, TV commercials and TV Serials. Start with something small.
6. Learn to deal with rejection –
Let them know life is not a bed full of roses. Rejections are a part of life. Getting rejected in an audition does not mean failure. Make your child learn the hard times in life to survive in the film industry. This will not only help your child in film industry but also in any other fields.
Constantly motivate your child. Nurture their dreams and follow their heart. Be the parents you wanted yours to be like! There’s nothing else greater than supportive parents!