The essence of acting is to convince the audience that what the actor is doing is correct and sufficient. The point is that once again the players in the game must be able to convince the audience. Acting training or being a role can shape the actor as an impersonator, interpreter, commentator, and as a personality actor. As an Impersonator, the actor surrendered fully into the role. As an interpreter, the actor does not fully enter the subject, but his identity is still visible. As Personality actors, we get on television. In the world of acting there are 3 areas of acting that must be worked on in training, namely: first, physical engineering (breathing exercises, vocals, projections or protrusions). Second, mental techniques (character training, analyzing from various angles). Third, Emotional Technique (the practice of presenting emotions in accordance with the demands of the role). Besides that, new actors must also learn 8 Acting Techniques Every Actor Needs to Know.
Actors must be able to govern. Governs body, voice, emotions and all dramatic situations. He must be able to help and control the character, whether his body movements and voice are effective, pleasant to hear, and watch? The body of the actor must be well-coordinated, starting with the movement (movement) must be carried out gracefully, the position of the body (gesture) must be able to provide reinforcement for his voice. All this is done by the actors in a clear, logical, interesting, purposeful and correct manner. An actor must try to create his own creations.
Therefore, since appearing first on the acting stage, players should be directed and not excessive. The influence of music should be lived out carefully and the expression can be seen from the faces of the players seemed to be tense. Every actor must try to control his actions, meaning that all his movements are reasonable and not excessive. In terms of acting the player gives a large portion so that acting can give suggestions to the audience and acting can be convincing when playing the role.