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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 7:02 am    Post subject: English for the Performing Arts Reply with quote

My dream job would be to work with actors, singers and other performing artists. I'm an ESL teacher in Korea, have a TESOL and a California teaching credential, and a handful of friends in "Hollywood" so I'm not completely ignorant of the entertainment industry. Like everyone else in greater L.A. I've done a stint or two as a background player.

Do I have a chance in Hell? Should I knock on the doors at Horirpro or SM Entertainment, or would I be laughed out of the country for my hubris?
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