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  • News

    7 Chances to Get Cast

    It’s the weekend! You know what that means! The Backstage casting roundup featuring notices from the past week!

  • News

    8 Chances to Get Cast

    Check out these eight opportunities including Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger’s new HBO series, the Broadway and touring production of “Matilda,” and short films on both coasts, as well as a new AMC pilot down in Louisiana.

  • News

    4 Theater Auditions You Might Have Overlooked This Week!

    Here are some theater auditions you might have missed this week!

  • News

    7 Chances to Get Hired

    What better way to gear up for Spring than with a new job? Here are seven casting notices from Backstage to give you a nudge in the right direction!

  • News

    Equity: L.A. Actors ‘Afraid’ to Back Minimum Wage

    Los Angeles members of the Actors’ Equity Association are “afraid” to openly support the union’s proposed minimum wage for 99-seat theater productions fearing retaliation from producers, according to Mary McColl, AEA’s executive director.

  • Advice

    5 Top L.A. Theater Internships

    Internships are a great way for actors to develop employable skills and get their feet wet in the professional work environment of a theater.

  • News

    10 Arts Organizations That Change Lives

    These arts organizations offer classes, workshops, performances, and more for those who need it most—shifting perspectives and changing lives through the power of self-expression.

  • News

    9 Chances to Get Cast

    With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to nail audition so you have something to talk about when Aunt Vera or Uncle Miguel ask how the acting is going! Here are nine from this past week on Backstage for you to consider!

  • News

    11 Theaters for Female Empowerment

    hese theaters promote the work of women young and old through new-play development, outreach, community engagement, and more.

  • Interview

    Sophie B. Hawkins Channels Janis Joplin in New Musical 'Room 105'

    Ever since singer Sophie B. Hawkins broke through with her 1992 hit “Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover,” fans and critics have been comparing her to the late Janis Joplin.