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    Character Dance

    Have you ever fantasized about being an animated cartoon character? Or perhaps you're just looking for a new outlet for your dance skills. If so, you may want to think about motion capture.

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    Jessie Losch

    It was the first time she'd sent out her brand-new professional photos, and when she was called in about a week later, it was her first "real" audition in New York City for her first nonstudent film.

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    Lost: White Notebook

    What did this notebook have in it that was so important? Oh, I don't know—nothing expensive but also nothing easily replaceable. There were many pages of extensive to-do lists.

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    TV Comedy Casting

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

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    Benjamin Millepied Brings a New Way of Dancing to L.A.

    NYCB principal and "Black Swan' choreographer Benjamin Millepied turns his focus to the multi-media L.A. dance project.

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    Oh, What a Tangled Web

    There seem to be a never-ending number of websites claiming that theirs is the best place for actors to post their pictures and résumés for casting folk to take a gander at.

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    In Loving Tribute of Corey Allen

    Acting teacher and author remembers "Rebel Without a Cause" actor, and producer Corey Allen. 

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    What You Have in Common With Actors Across the Atlantic

    When he took his business worldwide, acting coach Anthony Meindl learned that actors—and acting—are the same no matter where you are in the world.

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    Advice From Actorfest LA (Video)

    Actorfest LA panelists and vendors share advice on what to do at an audition, how to be proactive, and how to succeed as an actor.

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    #ICastIt: 1 Reason to Make Them Laugh

    Brandon Hill talks about finding funny actors for Good Deed Entertainment's first Web series "Occupational Hazards" through Backstage.