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    Is Your Agent Skilled at Delivering Bad News?

    Bad news is like death and taxes—inevitable. But that doesn't mean that hearing it will be terrible; if you have an agent like Abrams Artist Agency’s Robert Attermann, bad news can sometimes be a learning experience.

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    1 Factor That Makes a Great Agent

    Guy Kochlani and Todd Eskin of Across the Board Talent Agency on why communication is key.

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    Are You in Danger of Being Dropped by Your Agent?

    Finding an agent can be one of the most difficult but helpful aspects of pursuing acting as a career. But just as in a relationship, sometimes one or both parties can find that enough is enough. We asked Abrams Artist Agency’s Robert Attermann to break down the reasons an ...

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    Are You Guilty of These Self-Tape Mistakes?

    Putting yourself on tape to audition for a role is a miracle of technology that allows actors outside of the major markets the opportunity to be seen for big roles. But are you making common mistakes that knock you out of the running immediately? Abrams Artist Agency’s Robert Attermann ...

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    What You Need to Know About Across the Board Talent Agency

    Guy Kochlani and Todd Eskin talk ATB’s mission and their new departments for youth and theatrical talent!

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    What Your Agent Does Post Audition

    Having an agent secure auditions for you is just one upside to having representation—there’s also knowing that you’re not alone afterward! Your agent is there for you in the post-audition blur, as Abrams Artist Agency’s Robert Attermann explains.

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    Star in ‘Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ and 3 More Gigs!

    Star as the Grinch, Cindy Lou Who, or one of the other nine characters being sought in this paid gig—or check out the other incredible casting notices on Backstage today!

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    1 Thing All Actors Must Remember About Agents

    Having an agent doesn’t just sometimes make your life as an actor (somewhat) easier—it’s also a responsibility. That’s why Abrams Artist Agency’s Robert Attermann explains the single most important thing that you need to remember about your representation!

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    Let Your Child Actor Audition for Representation

    Are you seeking representation? The Los Angeles– and New York–based Across the Board Talent Agency is holding auditions for union and nonunion in May!

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    Sign Up for CSA’s Meals for Monologues!

    Members of the Casting Society of America are organizing Meals for Monologues, a charity event created to benefit local-area food banks where actors can perform a one-minute monologue for some of NYC’s top industry CDs and agents!