Featured On The Show:
Great friends of hurryupandwait, and our go-to source for beautiful, unique, and user-friendly actor websites. They created this site- isn’t it nice? Hear all about the Fanboy Design team on Episode 125!
Live Updates about EPAs, callbacks, and offers, and a “Bitching Post” discussion forum for NY actors. Check out our interview with Creator Tom Lapke on Episode 110!
Actress Stefanie O’Connel writes with expertise about all things finance, and discovering “financial freedom” within an artistic career. Check her out on Episode 105!
“Musings, Amusings, and Audio Bites” on voiceover and audio book recording from Johnny Heller and partner Coleen Marlo. Check out Johnny on Episode 122!
Visit Joe’s website for information audition and monologue coaching. Check him out on Episode 120!
Professional coaching for college and graduate school auditions. Check out our interview with Assistant Director Charlie Murphy on Episode 108!
Free Advice, discussion forums, and audition listings. Nationwide self-submission service via paid subscription.
Casting Call page lists all upcoming EPAs and ECCs, searchable by location.
Nationwide self-submission service; free to access, monthly fee for unlimited submissions.
News coverage of Broadway and Regional Theatre. Free job board lists auditions, classes, and survival gigs, primarily in NY.
Top self-submission service in LA; free to join with representation, monthly fee for a personal profile.
Self-submission service in LA; casting facility provides access to audition tapes and feedback for a monthly fee. Great for student films, shorts, and non-union work.
For a yearly fee, see what’s currently casting in NY and LA (film, TV, theatre), find addresses for CDs and associates, and organize and print mailing labels for DIY submissions.
A database of accent and dialect recordings from around the world.
Seminars, classes, and intensives with casting directors, agents, and managers, and networking events (“Backstage Meet Ups”) with other NYC actors
Casting director workshops and seminars with agents and managers; one-night and ongoing classes, admission through audition only.
Classes for all levels. Guest Tom Frueh (Episode 123) recommends Jim Cooney, Matt Powell, Ray Hesselink, and Lainie Munro.
Improv and Sketch Comedy for all levels.
KC’s favorite teacher in LA. The best comedy training available, ongoing scene study, specialized workshops, and audition and career coaching from seriously working actors.
One of a million LA-based companies offering casting director workshops, Reel Pros is relatively inexpensive and well organized.
Two long-time casting directors coach actors through crucial and underserved times in their lives: from high school to college, and from college to career.
A two-week program from the American Theatre Wing, designed to prepare young actors for life and work in NYC.
“The Complete Video Studio for Actors.” Inexpensive but high quality Audition Videos, Showcase Videos, Slate Shots and Demo Reels, filmed with excellent lighting and sound.
NY and LA based headshot photographer of over 24 years; extremely reasonable session pricing includes hair and makeup!
Headshot printing and retouching in NYC.
Headshot printing and retouching in LA.
Cheap postcard printing nationwide.
Audition by Michael Shurtleff, and a breakdown of his 12 Guideposts.
A Practical Handbook for the Actor by Melissa Bruder, Lee Michael Cohn, Madeleine Olnek, Nathaniel Pollack, Robert Previto, and Scott Zigler.
Actions: The Actors’ Thesaurus by Marina Caldarone.
Shakespeare Lexicon and Quotation Dictionary: A complete Dictionary of All the English Words, Phrases and Constructions in the Works of the Poet by Alexander Schmidt.
Shakespeare’s First Folio facsimile online.
Brian Johnston’s Ibsen Cycle and Courses in Drama for Greek Drama.
Debut album by Episode 119 guest Thea Brooks.
Download their music on itunes.
NY Actors Darbi Worley and Roz Coleman.
LA actors Trevor Algatt and AJ Meijer.
Alexis Guerreros hosts this hilarious interview podcast with other standup comics
Keep up with the latest news in the film and television industry.
Beautifully produced podcasts featuring stories from around the world; in addition to being moving and mind-expanding, these podcasts are GREAT for dialect work.
Stories about people. Fascinating, beautiful, and thrilling.