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Not-So-Lost in Translation: 6 Tips on Transitioning Between Film and Theatre

Film and theatre can seem like two completely different beasts, especially if you’ve only ever done one or the other. But if you’ve ever wondered if you could hack it on the other side of the fence, here are some tips for your transition starter kit!   Energy. The most obvious difference lies in the […]


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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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The Summer Theatre Season


I think there is no world without theatre. -Edward Bond Great theatre is about challenging how we think and encouraging us to fantasize about a world we aspire to. -Willem Dafoe The Summer Theatre season is just around the corner, and Cast It Talent has a variety of productions for you! Are you a stage production junkie, or […]


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3 Steps to Successful Acting in a Gender-Swapped Role


Non gender-specific casting is not a new convention in theatre by any means. Certainly there was a time when all roles were traditionally played by men–end of story. These days men and women swap in and out of each other’s roles primarily for artistic purposes. Non-traditional casting can be exciting and thought-provoking for an audience, […]


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