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    Nick LaMedica... Got the Part

    Nick LaMedica jokes that he could just be a professional "Romeo and Juliet" actor and work his way through all the roles he hasn't gotten to yet.

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    Jessie Losch

    It was the first time she'd sent out her brand-new professional photos, and when she was called in about a week later, it was her first "real" audition in New York City for her first nonstudent film.

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    Lost: White Notebook

    What did this notebook have in it that was so important? Oh, I don't know—nothing expensive but also nothing easily replaceable. There were many pages of extensive to-do lists.

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    TV Comedy Casting

    Below is a list of shows and who does the casting.

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    Benjamin Millepied Brings a New Way of Dancing to L.A.

    NYCB principal and "Black Swan' choreographer Benjamin Millepied turns his focus to the multi-media L.A. dance project.

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    Oh, What a Tangled Web

    There seem to be a never-ending number of websites claiming that theirs is the best place for actors to post their pictures and résumés for casting folk to take a gander at.

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    Cara Loften...Got the Part

    "It's my dream to play strong, courageous, even mythical female characters, which is exactly what this film offered," explains an enthusiastic Loften.

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    Sheila Karls

    Sheila Karls wore pigtails and a little dress to the audition, thinking she would be seen for one of the kid roles, but director D.J. Gray heard the warmth in Karls' voice and cast her as the spelling bee's moderator.

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    Should He Stay or Should He Go?

    "It seems to me that Equity only benefits major Broadway performers, and I'm sick of it. Any suggestions?"

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    Magic in the Chair

    If actors come with the goods to create the miracle in the chair, then they'll be forgiven for their lack of experience and knowledge about the proper way to do auditions.