It’s no secret – everyone has them. And nobody wants them. Undereye circles are an annoying part of being human. You probably feel like you’re constantly trying to conceal the evitable that pops up every morning whether or not you’ve gotten enough shuteye. If you’re not quite sure your efforts are paying off, you’re definitely not alone
Actors & fans alike can now be considered for roles in the next season of Chicago Fire! The casting needs vary, but women and men both are needed throughout the next number of […]
Many times, casting directors will ask for a self-taped auditions from actors when posting available roles. A prerecorded audition allows the CD to quickly go through potential candidates and watch and rewatch submissions as needed. Self-tapes are becoming more and more popular as technology has become an integral piece of the audition process and practicing before finalizing a self-taped audition is key to getting follow-up call.
It goes without saying – casting directors and agents receive thousands of comp cards, which makes it seem impossible to put together a spread that’s sure to get noticed. If you want to guarantee yours gets a second glance, it’s all about the photos you choose and the design that is used. Here are a few tips for creating the best comp card.
In the entertainment industry, as long as you’re able to pass as a certain age, you can play the role of a character that is that age. In other words, you’ll want to develop a versatile range rather than sticking only to roles that are meant for your exact age.
Sex and the City is back with a new series! “And Just Like That” will premiere on HBO Max, though casting teams are now calling for actors to film upcoming scenes for a two day shoot. […]
There are some do’s and don’ts when it comes to emailing a casting director. You’ll want to be short and sweet, to the point, but also have enough information in your correspondence to ensure your submission is easy to review. Here’s a few tips for how to email a casting director.
When you’re planning to attend an acting workshop, preparation is key. The more you prepare, the less nervous you’ll be. You’ll want to ensure you have the times down pat so you’re not rushing and have something picked out to wear ahead of time.