Anthony "Tony Criv'’s Answer
I mean to encourage, not discourage. But... the fact that you are asking this question tells me you need to go to school. Will the Internet teach you to act? Not just in your private room... but on stage, on camera... opposite a scene partner... exchanging dialogue? Will the Internet teach you how to deepen your emotions, to use relaxation? To Play a comedic scene opposite a partner? These are acquired skills. You are seeking short cuts. Will the Internet build your 'face-to-face' business network? Forget Performing Arts School- Aim higher. A University Degree from a school with sustained excellence in 'Higher Education.' Ivy League, Julliard, Harvard, Yale, Northwestern, NYU, Carnegie Melon, UCLA, Stanford... Great grades in High School may earn you a scholarship. Abilities in sports ... or by auditioning for an institution of higher learning may earn you a scholarship/ work scholarship. You will need a well rounded education to be a well rounded actor/singer/musician/etc. Watching a musician play 'scales' or a vocalist sing... will not give you the practical working tested performance skills you will need in the marketplace. If you take 'short cuts' ... the only person cut short is you. Aim high! Read, read, read!!! Literature. Study Literature, Languages, accents, music/an instrument/ philosophy, computer skills, marketing, business and business law. (You will need it all in the professional world.) Best of luck.