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Talent Agent: Darlene Studie-McDowell, DS Entertainment, Nashville, TN

Actors can’t blame the agent if they are sitting around waiting for the phone to ring. That’s a bad excuse. I don’t sit around waiting for my phone to ring either. I work on my business everyday. Actors need to work on their craft everyday. It has to be a team effort.

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[VIDEO] The Lizzie Bennet Diaries: An Online Adaptation of “Pride and Prejudice”

The Lizzie Bennet Diaries is an innovative, original episodic video and social media series produced for the web. Adapting Pride and Prejudice to the modern era, Lizzie Bennet tells the classic Jane Austen tale from the point of view of an Elizabeth “Lizzie” Bennet who grew up in a world of cell phones, video cameras, and social media. The series was created by popular YouTube personality Hank Green and Streamy Award winning web video writer Bernie Su.

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Alice Johnson, Bat Theater Company, Flea Theater, “St. Alice of Chattahoochee”

Originally published in 2006 Alice Johnson has performed stand-up comedy all over the country. She’s a graduate from Tulane University and studied theater abroad at the University of London, Royal Holloway. Alice is a company member of Sigourney Weaver and Jim Simpson’s Bat Theater Company at the Flea Theater in NYC. She’s performed several productions […]

Syzygy

Director: Martin & Katherine Bedoian, Syzygy Theatre Group, Los Angeles

No matter what the answer to the question of what type of actor you want to be is, I am pretty dogmatic about a serious approach to training. I believe it was Olivier who said that it “takes ten years to make an actor, and twenty years to make a master”. Taking two classes and then unleashing yourself on the world as an “actor” is a disservice to those for whom you will be auditioning, but more importantly, I think it is a disservice to yourself.

VP Boyle

Who Thought to Put Pineapple on Pizza?

Audition Freedom Series, Part: 4 – I hate ham and pineapple on pizza. It all looks and tastes really wrong to me. One of my best friends loves that crazy combo. So be it. There are always two sides to the casting equation. The creative team has choices to make and so do you. Why can’t you pick and choose what projects you want to audition for and which ones you do not?