Michael Wiles: Being an Actor

If you have ever wondered what motivates an actor to do what they do, you are not alone. Whether it is a desire to stand out, a passion for the craft or a chance to explore imagination, the reasons behind acting are many. When one of these drivers has emerged, and the individual is looking at an acting career, the stage is a great place to start out. When you first step on stage for the first time in your career, it is an exciting and sometimes scary moment. If acting is right for that person, it typically does not take long for them to embrace the moment. Typically, those who love acting are the ones who care and understand it more than others. They have a true love for the art, and they internalize every line, every angle, every position on the stage, and every last detail of their performance.

There are many programs throughout the country that reach out to students at institutions of education as well as through the adult community. There are opportunities for people from all walks of life to express themselves through the art of acting. At the root of it all is a passion for expressing creativity and seeing the world through a character’s eyes. This is the wonder of acting and just a peek into the many wonderful things that it provides. Audiences love it; directors love it, and actors love it. Michael Wiles is a musical and casting director that works in the city of Sacramento, California. He has been involved in theater and acting for all of his life. He served as vocal director at the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, and he has helped many protégés in developing their own careers in performing. He is known to many for his passion of the craft and accessibility to the community.

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About Michael Wiles

Michael Wiles lives in Sacramento, California and works in the theatre production industry. He has worked for many years as both an actor and a musical director until he was recently able to take the position he desires most: casting director. As a casting director, he has the opportunity to bring in talent and choose the direction of a production like never before.
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