Being an actor in New York City can be daunting, but our "Welcome to N.Y." package will hopefully ease the strain.
How to Act Like a New Yorker
Fresh off the bus in NYC? Our advice is shut up about "Sex and the City," drink at Chipotle, and leave your cameras and fanny packs where you came from.
Come to New York for Broadway, Stay for 'Smash'
Dozens of films and TV series, from "Boardwalk Empire" and "Blue Bloods" to "The Good Wife" and "White Collar," shoot in New York City.
New York Actors on Why to Live in Their Neighborhoods
Stars of "Newsies," "Perks of Being a Wallflower," and "One Man, Two Guvnors" discuss their NYC neighborhoods.
Networking in New York
Hot spots for connecting with your fellow actors in NYC, including UCB, Naked Angels, and Shakespeare Forum.
Five Essential Actor Hot Spots in Midtown Manhattan
Whether attending auditions or looking for a place to unwind, here are five destinations you need to know in Midtown.
WELCOME TO LOS ANGELES
It's time to get down to business. If you've got your Westside Rentals membership and know not to walk into Starbucks without your hair coiffed and your skinny jeans on, you're off to a great start.
How to Act Like a Los Angeles Native
New here from whatever town you were just too big for? Follow this advice, and you'll be blending with the natives in no time.
Screen Stars Jon Hamm and Calista Flockhart Make L.A. a Theater Town
Productions of "Red," "Other Desert Cities," and David Mamet's "November" give L.A. actors a chance to strut their stuff on stage.
L.A. Actors on Why to Live in Their Neighborhoods
Jesse Daley, Taryn Southern, and Lynn Chen discuss their L.A. neighborhoods.
Networking in Los Angeles
Theater companies such as Sacred Fools and Theatre of Note, as well as performances and classes, afford opportunities to meet other actors.
Five Essential Actor Hot Spots in L.A.
Whether attending auditions or looking for a place to unwind, here are five destinations you need to know in L.A.