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Featured Artist Series: Sarah Beth Hester and Unexpected Puppetry

Embarking on a career in the performing arts is a journey best undertaken with creative use of map and compass. Often when actors start out, we imagine a linear yellow brick road to Hollywood, but a career in the arts is littered with unexpected and rewarding opportunities. We just need an open heart and open […]


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FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Helping Your Child Prepare for an Audition

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Bonnie Wallace is the author of  THE HOLLYWOOD PARENTS GUIDE, an accurate, experience-based tested information on every step needed to give your child the best possible opportunity to make it in Hollywood. Bonnie includes wisdom, inspiration, and resources to help you on your own journey and even help you decide if this dream is right […]


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Acting Is… Stepping Into Someone Else’s Role – 5 Tips


Currently, I’m stepping into a professional first, and understudying for a theatre production. Through the process, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it takes to step into someone else’s artistic shoes. While this one might seem to speak more to the theatre nerds among you, the principles hold true for many situations…especially long running […]


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Do You Want To Create Your Own Content Using An iPhone? – @castittalent Radio


Actors Radio Talks Turning Technology Into Content Segment Hosts: Rachel Frawley, Camille Licate, Kevin E. West, and Rick Zieff Actors Radio host, Will Roberts talks to Photographer Savannah Spirit about using today’s tools. Actors Radio host Will Roberts brings you the best of the best of the film, theater, voice over, and entertainment industry each week. This weekly […]


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Showcase Your Acting Talent and be seen by Top Casting Directors, 1 Week Left! ACT NOW!

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Showcase Your Acting Talent and be seen by Top Casting Directors, 1 Week Left! ACT NOW! – We are just one week from announcing our winner of the first ever Cast It Talent Peer Review Showcase! Congratulations to those actors who have already submitted to the October Showcase. If you have not yet submitted, here’s […]


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Ask Amy: October 22nd, 2015

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Each week Amy answers your questions here! Do you need acting technique tips or career advice? Send them here: AskAmyLyndon@gmail.com. Amy Lyndon is a Celebrity Booking Coach, CEO and Author of “The Lyndon Technique: The 15 Guideline Map To Booking.” She has 40+ Series Regulars, an Emmy Winner, an Imagen Award Winner and 1000’s of Working […]


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#FBF: Advice on “Quick Prep” Auditions


6:59pm: TV “Guest Star” sides arrive.  2 scenes; not allowed to read the full script. 10am audition the next day . . . If you get audition material late and there isn’t much time to prepare–DON’T WORRY.  Do the best you can.  Account for the elements that you can.  Know what you are doing in […]


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7 Tips for Mastering the Print Audition


If you’re an actor who has never thought of doing print ads, allow me to enlighten you. Prints ads are a great way to supplement income and build a portfolio. You could pave the way to being the next Nicole Kidman, raking in the cash merely by wearing a diamond encrusted pink ladywatch (fundamentally different […]


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Flashback Friday: The Art of Good Listening (And Why It Gets You Hired)


There is a reason we call them “scene partners.” Every scene is (or should be) a fully functioning partnership. It all boils down to one thing: listening. Good listening will make a scene worth watching, bad listening is a death knell. It is insidiously easy for actors to get so involved in our own acting that listening […]


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