For some actors, memorization is naturally easy. For others, it is a point of panic every single time. No matter where you fall on that scale, memorizing lines is, and will always be, an essential component of single audition you do and every project you work on throughout your career, so you might just as well get good at it.
For the foreseeable future, in-person auditions are a thing of the past. While self-tapes have been around for more that a decade, (yes, really… and they literally use to be on tape!), overnight they have become the industry norm. What’s new is virtual auditions. These are auditions held live, but
With so many acting hopefuls arriving in New York and LA everyday, with big dreams of fame, fortune and celebrity lifestyles…. or at least of finding acting work or modeling or voiceover gigs, the competition can be pretty stiff! On the major casting sites, such as Actors Access or Casting Networks,
Join me for wonderful, informative and heartwarming interview with NYC Casting Director, the amazing Brette Goldstein, CSA. Brette gives us the inside scoop on a new platform casting directors are using for virtual auditions. You don’t want to miss this! A little bit about Brette… Brette has cast five television
You guys are in for a treat! I was able to catch up with veteran Casting Director, Katie Griffin, who generously shared her insights on a wide range of topics including do’s and don’t for audition, headshots and resumes, and even voiceovers. You might know Katie from the #hellomynameis challenge