A Practical Guide For Actors Moving To NYC

After pursuing a BFA in Musical Theater and graduating college in the spring of 2017, I lived at home with my family in central New Jersey for two years. I was able to save up money not having to pay for food and rent and just travel in and out of the city for auditions and classes. 

It made perfect sense for me as an actor. 

However, transportation costs added up after a while and my patience started running thin. I needed to be in the city to make it my home. 

As of today, I am officially living in New York City!

Here are 10 things I learned about signing a lease and moving to New York City.

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On the blog:

10 Tips For Commuters Traveling to NYC

10 Things I Pack When Traveling to Auditions

20 Items You Should Pack for an Out-Of-Town Contract

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