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Table of Contents Introduction: Acting Is a Job Chapter 1: A Brief History of the Actor (or How to Respond to the Statement, "I'm Doing a Restoration Comedy, Mom") Chapter 2: The Lay of the Land, Part One: The Neon Lights May Need Replacing-About the Theater Industry Chapter 3: The Lay of the Land, Part Two: Hurry Up and Wait-The Film and Television Business Chapter 4: To Train or Not to Train Chapter 5: Beauty or Beast: Typecasting Chapter 6: One in a Million: Starting Out Chapter 7: These Are the People in My Neighborhood-Agents and Other Necessities Chapter 8: The Casting Game Chapter 9: Job Hunting: A Day in the Life of an Actor Chapter 10: On Set, On Stage: On the Job Chapter 11: Turkey Dogs and the Economic Realities of Acting Chapter 12: Don't Call Us: Dealing with Rejection Chapter 13: The Rewards: Charting Your Success Appendix: The Actor's Dictionary
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Acting -- Vocational guidance.