What Do You Wish You Had Known Before Moving to New York?
"As my grandmother used to say, 'The early bird gets the worm.' I never thought that would serve any purpose in my life, until I moved to New York."
When it comes to building a voiceover career in New York, it's important to find what you do well and stick with it. Two veterans share how they found their niches and made their voices heard.
Money Is No Objective
Back Stage spoke with four performers at different stages of their careers to find out how they make it in New York City.
Finding the Right Dance Class
Daily dance classes are a fundamental part of the life of any serious dancer and even for working professionals. Here's what to consider when deciding on New York classes.
It's Gotten Nicer in New York
New York commercial casting director Mary Egan-Callahan, of House Casting, originally thought she wanted to be an actor, until she landed a casting internship and fell in love with casting.