Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis announced today the best of Broadway’s 2014–15 season, including “Fun Home,” “The King and I,” “Hand to God,” and “You Can’t Take It With You.”
Today’s Top Job Postings
Think Media Studios seeks attractive talent for a one-day video project that portrays a day in the life of a couple living in an upscale apartment complex
Sophiline Arts Ensemble, an internationally-celebrated Cambodian dance company, seeks an actor for a three-scene workshop of an original music theater production
Storyboard Media Group is hiring talent for an instructional video for an online-based product launch
Carol Grant Casting seeks background talent with cars for various paid shoots in the L.A. area
Seeking content creators and comedians from underrepresented communities for the second annual online comedy competition and live comedy showcase at the Los Angeles Film Festival
With social media apps like Vine at your fingertips, actors and comedians alike have an instant platform to gauge their material, find new and like-minded collaborators, and have more sway in a pitch room.
Of all the tools in the actor’s toolbox, improv skills (and training) are among the most crucial for all sorts of jobs. Whether you’re a classically trained actor aiming to branch out, a beginner trying to have fun onstage, or a professional comedian making your mark on the local scene, here are eight great places to practice the art of improvisation.
Auditions at a Glance
Our weekly "Auditions at a Glance" calendars conveniently organize projects by the date and day-of-the-week that the projects' auditions are taking place, to help you schedule your plans.