How to Break Your Child into the Entertainment Industry

1st – You need an agent and professional-quality headshots. You can get headshots done at any local photography studio. While your child should look good in their headshots, keep in mind that these aren’t glamour shots. Your child should still look like themselves. Casting directors will quickly get annoyed if they call your child in for an audition based on their headshot and they show up looking completely different. As for getting an agent, we have a list of local talent agents here on our website. However, just meeting with an agent is not the end of the story… 2nd… read more

KD Conservatory Featured on Examiner.com

Find a snippet below of a wonderful article on Examiner.com about KD Conservatory.  Linda Leonard was interviewed in this amazing piece. Conventional colleges and universities with classes unrelated to future endeavors are not for everyone. The ninth biggest city in the United States is giving New York City and Los Angeles a run for their money. Think of Dallas’ KD Conservatory as the next step from a real-life High School Musical. Disney star and X Factor judge Demi Lavato, Glee’s Mark McHale and Mark Salling, CSI’s George Eads and award-winning actor Julio Cedillo attended KD and prospered within their desired… read more

Is My Child the Next Disney Star?

Your child is charismatic, photogenic, and a natural performer – naturally, you think they should take it to the next level and pursue a career in acting. Who knows, you may be raising the next Demi Lovato – one of the most successful KD Conservatory alumni. But before your son or daughter steps out into the spotlight, there are some important things you should consider. Is your child passionate about acting? Before embarking on a mission to break your child into the entertainment industry, it’s important to determine that your child is the one passionate about the field, not just… read more