Art and Musicals – The True Way of Acting
Musicals have been in existence for many years, and they were there long before the television even came into existence of was even invented.
Musicals are where people act out a story and in most cases contain more songs and music where the actors depict the characters on the stage. The actors do more singing rather than talking, and these songs are in essence a script to convey the message to the audience. Musicals are not for everyone; There are two outcomes that can happen when someone watches a musical. Either the viewer will love them or hate them. For those who love musicals you and like to try their hand at it, you can start on one of the many musical theatre courses that are offered by educations institutions that specialize in the subject.
Nowadays almost every university or private educational institution will have an art major that in most cases will also include an acting subject. Many of the actors who perform in musicals are those who have studied acting and are now following their career path as an actor.
Musicals bring us some great stories that will never be forgotten. Some of the popular musicals of all time include Les Miserables, The Sound of Music, Phantom of the Opera. The more modern ones are the Lion King, Dirty Dancing and many more.
Musicals are a great way to enjoy these stories, and they give the viewer a chance to get immersed in the emotions and message of the story being acted out. If you want to be, apart of this great way of acting consider starting a course. Many people who do start acting are those who have a tendency to be more artistic and emotional. They find that acting on stage is a way of expressing themselves to the world and in the same time bringing the story to those watching.
Musicals are worlds apart from watching a movie in a cinema. Cinema movies although enjoyable may not bring the feeling of reality. They are on a screen. However, in a musical the actors are right in front of you, and they put in a tremendous amount of effort to convey the message that is given by the story.