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  • News

    7 Chances to Get Cast This Week

    From student films to features, L.A. theater to L.A. improv, Backstage casting notices have got you covered. Check out these seven notices from this week!

  • News

    7 Chances to Get Cast

    From short films and theater to TV shows and cruise line opportunities, Backstage has the casting notices you’re looking for! Here are seven you might’ve missed over the last week.

  • Interview

    What NBC’s Casting Department Is Looking For

    That Vine may get you a pilot season meeting with Grace Wu, NBC executive vice president of casting, but don’t count on it being enough to land a pilot.

  • News

    8 Chances to Land a Role

    Here are eight upcoming auditions for L.A. and NYC actors including a short film, a pilot, a feature film starring Michael Fassbender, and theater production on both coasts and Colorado.

  • Interview

    Kevin Daniels’ 1 Tip For Good Cast Dynamics

    The “Sirens” actor chats with Backstage about moving into the second season of the USA Network comedy, how his character has evolved, and his plans to go “across the pond” to London.

  • News

    6 Chances to Get Cast in 2015!

    Start 2015 off on the right foot with these casting notices, which include a short film set in the ’70s, a Tony Award-winning musical, a horror film about a maniacal stalker who believes he’s “Santa’s Helper,” and the stage adaptation of “Ever After.”

  • News

    7 Can’t-Miss L.A. Theater Events This Spring

    The City of Angels is kicking off 2015 with several juicy new plays, worthy revivals (Arthur Miller’s “The Price”), and West Coast premieres (“Carrie” the musical, anyone?).

  • Interview

    Latino Theater Company’s José Luiz Valenzuela on Creating Diverse Stage Productions

    Artistic director of the Latino Theater Company José Luiz Valenzuela chats about his passion for his work, how to get involved, and the theater community in Los Angeles.

  • News

    7 Places to See (and Perform) Solo Shows in NYC & L.A.

    While performers can often find a happy solo premiere at fringe festivals and smaller theater venues, here are seven New York and Los Angeles based groups dedicated exclusively to the development and performance of solo work!

  • News

    Protecting L.A.’s Theater Directors

    The Stage Directors and Choreographers Society wants to clamp down on “one-off” theater productions in Los Angeles by making sure the directors’ contributions are protected.