Alison Massie is back with her Hosting 101 column! This time, she gives you some quick and easy tips!
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Actor Paul Cram gives four for quick and easy tips to stay on top of casting!
Why is an objective so important? Benson Simmonds tells you why in his new series, How To Break Down Your Audition Scripts!
In order to have the career you really desire, you must be willing to practice imperfection. Let Dallas Travers tell you how!
You know you need a website, but don’t know where to start? Coach and designer Erin Cronican gives you everything you need to know to get started!
Want to be the best actor you can be? Dallas Travers has the 7 secrets we all should know!
We all have those days when our confidence level isn’t the best. Acting coach, Benson Simmonds is here to help!
Are you about to sign a contract with an agent or manager? Read this first! Jaia Thomas tells you what you need to know!
It’s hard to know which casting websites to trust. Erin Cronican gives you her Top 11 favorites, and gives some helpful tips to staying safe.
Scared to pick up the phone to call a casting director, agent or producer? Dallas Travers has some great tips to get rid of those jitters!
Snagging an agent or manager can be tricky, time consuming, and expensive. Dallas Travers has 3 small steps to help you!
Ever felt like you needed an encouraging push towards success? Erin Cronican gives you just the nudge you need!
Have an interest in being a host? Alison Massie has the basics here!
If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Learn how to spot scams & fakes in Erin Cronican’s latest article!
Rather than focus solely on snagging auditions, Dallas Travers wants you to focus on building relationships. That way, you can replace auditions with offers.
Erin Cronican is back and this time, she’s challenging you. Do you accept?
When submitting for an audition, don’t be one of those actors. Be one of these actors. Our new contributor, Erin Cronican has the details!
At some point an actor will inevitably begin their search to get an agent. Many actors look at the agent relationship as the be?all and end?all. Really, that’s when the work begins, but on a different level.
One of the things that’s great about this business is that you just never know when your time will come.
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