Acting & Casting
Auditions are a requirement for every actor and chances are, you’ll have to do lots of them just to get one part. Here’s a long list of tips to make your next audition go as well as possible.
Learn the 13 important do’s and dont’s of submitting your acting headshot and resume to casting calls and audition notices.
Of course, everyone deserves to be paid for their work and we want nothing more than to see more paid film jobs Texas. However, there are a few times when it is actually appropriate to work for free.
If you’re an actor, a serious actor, you should already know that you have to keep practicing if you want to continue into it as a profession. Acting is not just being yourself and reading words, it’s a skill that you have, and like any other skill in the world, you have to stay on top of it in order for it to remain constant.
So, you wanna be an actor? Yes, acting classes are important, but I couldn’t recommend reading more.
Actors must practice their craft. So, here’s a list of local acting classes and acting coaches to get you started.
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Need representation? Or maybe you need some actors? Check out these Austin area talent agencies. Acclaim Talent Agency (Austin, Louisiana) Actors Clearinghouse Agence Talent The Atherton Group (TAG) Talent (formerly Ciao! Talents) (Austin, Los Angeles) BLVD Talent...
As an independent filmmaker in the great state of Texas, there are a vast numbers of different places to find talent for your film and video projects. Of course, you will have to figure out which sources work best for you, but these are some of my favorites.
Especially helpful for actors, this quick list includes acting coaches, talent agents and casting directors in the Central Texas area.
A list of useful, helpful resources for voice acting and voice over actors.
On Monday, January 18, 2010, the Austin Film Meet gathered at the Rude Mechanicals’ Off Center theatre in Austin, Texas, for an amazing presentation by Meisner instructor CC Courtney. More than 60 people attended and two scenes and one monologue were performed.