- Angela, thanks for all your hard work on the spring clean! You must promise to ask me for help next time you have a bad-spam day :-) --PaulY 23:53, 1 February 2008 (UTC)
Hi Angela Edit
I came across this wiki and think it might catch some more attention if Monaco Smoke was the default, to match the theme of the wiki name. There are no active sysops since May 08 (1) so I'm wondering what you think. :) --Charitwo 06:24, 4 July 2008 (UTC)
- Sounds good to me. Do you use Skype? Paul Youlten, the founder of this wiki, is often in the Wikia Community channel (see w:wikia:skype channel) if you want to talk to him about it. Angela (talk) 08:05, 4 July 2008 (UTC)
I thought i posted this article but I cannot find it? Edit
Why Acting for TV & Film is Good for Youth
Acting is a great activity with many benefits for youth. Acting helps young people develop real life communication and public speaking skills. Acting also instills confidence, boosts self-esteem, helps develop social skills, and allows the young person to earn money. Acting challenges young actors to memorize lines and actions within a scene. It requires them to use their minds, creativity, physicality and voice. Acting at a young age helps to overcome shyness and the fear of public speaking.
Youth involved in acting are also usually taking acting classes to learn and refine their skills. This allows them to develop friends and peer groups with similar interests. The skills developed from acting will be used throughout the youth’s entire life for all their endeavors. Shakespeare said “all the world is a stage” so why not give your kids the opportunities to help them succeed and achieve more in their lives?