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    7 Books for the Aspiring Young Actor

    Entering the acting industry can seem like a daunting task, especially for young actors and their parents. Here are seven books that detail everything from audition technique and appropriate monologues, to how to find work and which acting method would work best for your child or teen thespian.

  • News

    Start 2016 Right: Apply for a Summer Intensive!

    The Watermill Summer Program, located in Long Island, N.Y., is currently accepting submissions for their five-week intensive.

  • News

    WATCH: Kevin Spacey Offers Actors Advice in Exclusive Clip

    In this exclusive clip for online learning platform MasterClass, Kevin Spacey talks about the early days of his career and what he learned about the importance of the company he kept.

  • News

    SAG-AFTRA Foundation Offers Education Scholarship

    The SAG-AFTRA Foundation and their dependents looking to pursue higher education qualify for an added financial boost from the foundation’s resources. Find out how you can apply!

  • News

    Get Acting Tips From Kevin Spacey With MasterClass

    Two-time Academy Award winner and “House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey is following in the footsteps of Dustin Hoffman and giving aspiring actors a MasterClass.

  • News

    1 Workshop for Musical Theater Creatives

    The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and DreamWorks are teaming up with the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts to bring aspiring musical theater geeks a prime shot at getting their nascent work seen.

  • Advice

    1 Way to Get Seen for an MFA Audition

    Backstage chats with University/Resident Theatre Association director of communications Tony Hagopian about what URTA does, why it’s important for theater lovers to support each other, and how the organization helps students be seen by up to 15 MFA theater programs in one go.

  • Advice

    1 Resource for High School Performers

    Backstage chats with the vice president of artistic programs at the National YoungArts Foundation, Lisa Leone, about why organizations that help young artists are so essential, how older performers can benefit from volunteering their time, and how her students inspire her.

  • News

    15 TV Shows That Cast Tons of Actors

    Do you know the shows that are constantly seeking new actors? Here are 15 such shows that (thankfully!) create tons of jobs for actors.

  • News

    Apply to Be Taught by Backstage Expert Michelle Danner

    Submission deadlines are fast approaching for the Michelle Danner Acting Studio’s eight available merit-based scholarships.