Results for: Acting

In World War 2

How do you act?

first you learn your lines then you try with out the script then you practice with your friends when you go to practice with the real people then you do the real play or show (MORE)
In Business & Finance

What is acting?

Acting is a movement perform by People. Like stage acting that is spoken to a person. Definition: act.ing ('ak-tin) adjective: doing duty temporarily or for another < a (MORE)
In Drama and Acting

How can you get into acting?

Acting is pretty easy to get into If you are in an area where they actually have a lot of production work going on such as LA or NYC. If you're interested in the Acting Scene (MORE)
In History of the United States

What is act?

The ACT test is a standardized exam taken by more than one and one-half million students each year. It measures knowledge and skills in English, Math, Reading, and Science. Th (MORE)
In History of the United States

What act came after the stamp act?

first was the sugar act in 1764. after that was the stamp act in 1765. and after that was the townshen act.... so the answer is the Townshen Act.
In History of the United States

What act occurred after the Townsend Act?

The Boston Massacre also happened. The soldiers shot into a crowd of civilians killing three and injuring eight others, two of them mortally. Crispus Attacked.
In Drama and Acting

How can you get into the acting?

Well, you need to be passionate about it. You can't get a role and decide you don't want it half way through. I took 6 years of acting school! Trust me, acting is for those wi (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is the ACT?

I'm not really sure what the ACT is but I think it a test the tells you which colleges you can go to.
In Drama and Acting

What is human acts and acts of human?

Human acts can also be called voluntary acts. These are actions done with full knowledge, full fredom of the will and full consent. While acts of man ae actios done with out t (MORE)
In Relationships

Moral act and immoral act?

A Moral act (with an uppercase "M") refers to an act that has either a moral or immoral consequence. Moral acts involve intent, free will, passive moral agents, and active mor (MORE)
In Job Training and Career Qualifications

What is your opinion of ACT acting school?

No it's not. I went through the whole program myself and it was a great learning experience. It is a lot of money, though. Just keep in mind: They aren't promising you fame (MORE)
In American Revolution

What are the sugar act and stamp act?

The sugar act was a law passed by the British Parliament in 1764 changing the tax on molasses imported by the colonists. The Sugar Act actually lowered the rate of the tax b (MORE)
In Abusive Relationships and Domestic Violence

Why do Gemini act the way they act?

Their odd and seemingly behavior is due to a hormone imbalance caused to a high exposure to ultraviolet radiation immediately after birth. Since they are born in the month of (MORE)
In Drama and Acting

Is he acting?

Question is, who is it that you are talking about. Then we can answer if "he" is acting
In History of the United States

What are the stamp act and the sugar act?

The sugar act was a law passed by the British Parliament in 1764 changing the tax on molasses imported by the colonists. The Sugar Act actually lowered the rate of the tax b (MORE)
In History of the United States

What did the coercive acts and the quebec act do?

The coercive acts did five main thing parts because there were five coercive acts or intolerable acts. the first was the Boston Port Bill which closed all the Boston Ports bec (MORE)
In History of the United States

How did colonists act about the Tea Act?

The Boston Tea Party was a protest of the lowering of the cost of the British tea by the government and the East India tea company who had gotten a bail out from the crown in (MORE)
In Romeo and Juliet

How does Romeo act in act 1?

If you are wondering how to act like Romeo, well, each interpretation is different! Make Romeo who you want to make him! But, make sure its ok with the director! But if you ar (MORE)
In Emotions

Why do boys act the way they act?

Male behavior formed over thousands of years. The most important behavior is to attract girls and to have sex. This is a deeply-ingrained part of survival of the human race. S (MORE)
In History of the United States

What were the sugar act and stamp acts?

The Stamp Act of 1765 was a law passed by the British Parliament that required the American colonists to pay for an official "stamp" on almost every piece of paper they used, (MORE)
In Espionage

What did the espionage act and the sedition act do?

The Espionage act of 1917 made it a crime to do anything that interfered with the governments power to recruit an army, interfere with any operation of the army, promote insub (MORE)
In Colonial America

Who was in the stmp act Stamp Act?

the british soldiers and the colonist. the colonist had too pay taxes on playing cards,news papers,diplomas,and liscense. because of the stamp act, samuel adams created a grou (MORE)
In Criminal Law

What acts are criminal acts?

United States: A criminal act: Any crime, including an act, omission, or possession under the laws of the United States or a State or unit of general local government, whi (MORE)
In Drama and Acting

What do you have to have to get into acting?

First off join an acting class. The more classes you do a week the better. If you can find a professional drama school you should audition to get into that. Join a casting age (MORE)
In History of the United States

What was an act of the Alien and Sedition Acts?

Naturalization Act- aliens must be residents for 14 years instead of 5 years to become eligible for US citizenship Alien Act- President can deport aliens that he believes are (MORE)
In College Applications and Entrance Requirements

What is the ACT for?

The ACT is a different type of college entrance exam. It is usually taken instead of the SAT, or both are taken. People usually score better on one or the other, and then subm (MORE)
In History of the United States

What was the act of stamp act?

Every time colonists would purchase paper, tax collectors would put a stamp on them and later pay for it.
In Uncategorized

How can i act like a ninja acts?

Well ninjas were simply village people or farmers that learned a way to defend their family. So, to act like a ninja maybe learn a type of martial art and practice stealthines (MORE)
In History of the United States

Why was this act passed stamp act?

The stamp act was passed because King Charles lll needed money. The stamp act was like we do today we get are documents stamped or marriage license back then the king passed t (MORE)
In American Revolution

What was the stamp act and sugar act?

The Stamp Act of 1765 was a law passed by the British Parliament that required the American colonists to pay for an official "stamp" on almost every piece of paper they used, (MORE)