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  • Advice

    2 Callback Mistakes Preventing You From Booking the Job

    You have a callback, which means you’re being asked to come back and read again. Whatever the case, the callback is an opportunity for the director and others involved with the project to see you in person. Even casting the smallest roles is a huge deal.

  • Advice

    How to Audition for New Actors

    Everyone has to start somewhere, and the beginning can often be a scary place. So here, for everyone who wants to be an actor but are too nervous to ask the basics, is a simple breakdown of how to attend an audition and seem like an old pro.

  • Interview

    #IGotCast: Rachel Alig

    Rachel Alig is just one of many actors cast through Backstage!

  • Advice

    4 Reasons You Didn’t Get a Callback

    Casting director of Disney’s “Hannah Montana” and author of “From Start to Stardom” Lisa London lists four possible reasons you didn’t get that callback!

  • Interview

    ‘Callbacks’ Parodies the Ridiculousness of Auditions

    The new Atlanta-based Web series from CD Cynthia Stillwell, branding company SoulFree Enterprises, and writer-director Cleavon Meabon, IV is a fresh, funny take on the audition process.

  • Advice

    Why You’re Not Getting a Callback

    Ken Lazer gives the honest truth about why you might not be getting a callback after receiving positive feedback from the casting director.

  • Advice

    2 Callback Traps To Avoid

    Auditioning is its own art form, and while you may nail a first read—where the auditors might be looking simply for talent and ability—the callback is another challenge.