<div><div><div> <div> <div> <div>You might be wondering what&rsquo;s it like being on a set with Covid 19 among us. Last week, I was cast to work on a video shoot. Many things are very different.<br> &nbsp;</div> <div> <h3>How Things Have Changed</h3> <p>When actors arrive on a film or video set, food is typically supplied<br> to cast and crew. Generally, there is a &ldquo;craft service&rdquo; table filled with drinks, food and snacks. Bigger productions will also have a food truck where meals can be made to order. And, there are long tables filled with hot food. This is a (Union) SAG-AFTRA rule.<br> <br> To keep everyone safe, on my set, we had individually wrapped items. This way no one was sharing from the same serving bowls. We were all contacted ahead of time and placed our specific orders for coffee or tea.<br> And, there were water bottles separated on a long table so we were not all<br> hanging out in the same spot and sticking our hands in the same cooler.<br> <br> While crew setup, everyone wore masks. All of my lines were on a teleprompter, so I stayed away from most of the people and asked<br> the person running the prompter to give me a few opportunities to run<br> my lines. I kept my mask while practicing[...]&nbsp;</p> <p>You can read the entire article and watch the video if you&nbsp;<a href="https://youtu.be/vXU32fuDniI">subscribe</a>&nbsp; to the free Acting and Modeling Quip Tips Channel. There are 219 other free acting and modeling videos.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>If you have been on a set recently share your experiences.<br> <br> Aaron Marcus</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div></div>
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What's it Like for Actors Working on a Set During Covid 19
You might be wondering what’s it like being on a set with Covid 19 among us. Last week, I was cast to work on a video shoot. Many things are very different.
 

How Things Have Changed

When actors arrive on a film or video set, food is typically supplied
to cast and crew. Generally, there is a “craft service” table filled with drinks, food and snacks. Bigger productions will also have a food truck where meals can be made to order. And, there are long tables filled with hot food. This is a (Union) SAG-AFTRA rule.

To keep everyone safe, on my set, we had individually wrapped items. This way no one was sharing from the same serving bowls. We were all contacted ahead of time and placed our specific orders for coffee or tea.
And, there were water bottles separated on a long table so we were not all
hanging out in the same spot and sticking our hands in the same cooler.

While crew setup, everyone wore masks. All of my lines were on a teleprompter, so I stayed away from most of the people and asked
the person running the prompter to give me a few opportunities to run
my lines. I kept my mask while practicing[...] 

You can read the entire article and watch the video if you subscribe  to the free Acting and Modeling Quip Tips Channel. There are 219 other free acting and modeling videos.  

If you have been on a set recently share your experiences.

Aaron Marcus

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