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  • Advice

    How To Get Casting Directors To Find You

    First of all, don’t despair. Know that we very well may acknowledge your efforts without you even realizing it. If we’ve seen you do great work somewhere, you’re likely in our “favorite actors” files. There may not be a job or a role right this minute for ...

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    How to Book Work Now!

    This is not an easy time of year. For everyone. And because it's not easy, actors want answers. They want to know how to crack this code, to make it less painful, less traumatic, less ulcer-inducing.

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    4 Ways to Silence Audition Nerves

    Don't let your audition nerves take over your audition!

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    5 Ways For Teen Actors To Find Success

    Teen actors rarely get the credit they deserve. While many young artists possess a deep emotional life, often times the business and the people around them - even the well-meaning people - can stand in the way of their unique artistry.

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    7 Reasons Actors Don’t Train

    As actors, training’s a big one. While we know that it’s in our best interest to do the work, there are so many reasons we just don’t… quite… get to it.

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    Why You Need to Embrace Rejection

    Our normal human reaction is is to resist feeling like crap. We don’t want to hurt. We don’t want to go to uncomfortable places, and we resist it in the work. It scares us; we do everything to avoid it.

  • Advice

    5 Tips For Surviving Pilot Season

    We must press on, try to survive Pilot Season intact, and emerge in June feeling whole. Here are some ways to do that:

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    4 Ways to Deal with a Friend’s Success

    Feelings of jealousy can occur when a friend finds success, so here are a few ways to deal when that happens.

  • Advice

    This Ain't No Party, It's Pilot Season

    Pilot season isn't the fun, VIP-only party you think it is!

  • Advice

    8 Reasons Why Actors Must Train

    Class is hardly a luxury or an indulgence. It’s not for weak actors, or untalented ones. It’s certainly not only for actors who are untrained. How can you compete if your instrument’s out of tune?