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    The Encounter

    Teatro SEA

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    Turning Negatives Into Positives

    Before DV and HD exploded onto the scene, independent filmmakers had few choices when it came to shooting and finishing their final creations. As had been done for years, they would shoot on film—either 35mm or 16mm—strike "work prints" to physically edit or transfer their films to video ...

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    2004-05 Colleges/Conservatories with Theatre Depts.

    The following is a list of selected theatre departments at colleges, universities, and conservatories in the United States offering degrees or certificates. There are also listings for London and Canada.

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    2004-05 NYC Casting Directors

    The following is a list of independent casting directors in the New York area who cast for commercials (but may cast for other areas as well).

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    2004-05 Comedy Festivals

    The following is a list of comedy festivals across the United States and in Canada. Note the submissions policy, particularly if the festival accepts new talent or/and only established performers, and deadlines for applications.

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    2004 Agents for Young Performers in NYC Area

    The following is a list of union-franchised agencies that represent infants, children, teens, and/or young adults.

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    2004-05 NYC Area Comedy Clubs

    The following list of comedy clubs also includes cabaret spaces that feature comedy. Note performance nights and/or special events. Certain spaces have open mic nights; others book only professional, self-contained acts.

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    The Voice-Over Business Today

    In 1966, Jon Lee started doing voice-overs for TV commercials. By 1996, he had 35,000 voice-overs under his belt. He estimates that in the last eight years, he has done another 5,000 spots. Not bad, but the business isn't what it used to be, he says.

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    TV Comedy Casting

    Below is a list of shows and who does the casting.