When you think of young actors, the most likely candidates may be young people who are looking to be cast in films or TV series.
But as our country is about to enter a critical era in the development of new generations of young people, there are many opportunities for actors to make their mark.
That’s why this week, we are launching a new series on The American Academy of Dramatic Arts called “An Actor in the Next Generation.”
In the program, we will explore the next generations of actors, as they embark on a career in the entertainment industry.
This series will showcase a range of talent that is poised to make a difference, from the youngest of stars to the oldest of actors.
In addition to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), the show will also highlight the careers of actors from all walks of life, including the Academy Award-winning actor who played a young man in the film “Django Unchained.”
The first episode of the show premieres this Friday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, followed by a second episode in the fall, as well as a special episode on Jan. 5.
It will be the most extensive look at the careers and lives of actors that are poised to impact the future of our nation.
In the new series, we aim to spotlight young actors that have already achieved critical acclaim, as we begin to see how they are changing the game for their respective careers.
We are excited to be joining the conversation about the next wave of young Americans, who are the future generation of Hollywood stars.
We look forward to seeing you on the show!
We invite you to join us for this special program, and we look forward at hearing your thoughts.
For more information about the show and to learn how to become a part of it, visit The Academy of Drama.
Posted by The American Association of Theatre Students at 8:36 PM