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Started by Noël Ramos. Last reply by Noël Ramos Jan 15, 2019. 1 Reply 4 Likes
It's the last year of another decade! Next year at this time we will be in the THIRD decade of the new millennium! Can you believe it?When I was young, the year 2000 seemed like the far-flung future.…Continue
Started by Jennifer Tyrrell. Last reply by Greg Shea Nov 28, 2016. 2 Replies 1 Like
Hi all! I am looking for someone in Boston (I am in the Back Bay) that would be free sometime this week to work on lines with me? We can meet at a coffee shop somewhere and spend some time working on…Continue
Started by Joanie Catalano. Last reply by Joanie Catalano Aug 31, 2016. 8 Replies 1 Like
I think everyone has their go-to sites where they find auditions but do you have a favorite?NE Actor and new england film are a couple of mine.I was thinking of joining backstage but no one really…Continue
Started by Joanie Catalano. Last reply by 3jdrrvnvxtbhe Jun 25, 2016. 5 Replies 1 Like
Hey everyone, Recently I was going through my resume' and I noticed that I've been doing a lot of background work,not that I''m not thankful,I mean the fact the I've been working so…Continue
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Hello friends! Grateful to be in this group. Hope everyone is happy and enjoying their life as an actor!
Yeah, that's kind of what I was thinking. Maybe I'll just edit it........Thanks
Ian I think it's best to check with the individual site management. I believe that Brad who runs this site will not allow anything that is not G rated or would not be child friendly? At least that was the last that I heard a few years ago when I joined.
Perhaps you could have the potentially offensive language beeped out?
Question, I recently did an audition and have the "Tape". The audition contains some strong language and racial slurs. Of course, It is a good audition tape I would like to post on the sites I am involved with. Any thoughts?
I list my BG work. It's valuable experience. I am working fairly steady, if that means anything.
Fun seeing the new Foxwoods commercial I am in- I'm the one excited at the craps table :)
Hey Jerri Higgins- I know industry people and they all say do NOT put BG work on your resume. Sure it is valuable when you are starting out, to watch and learn what to do and not do 'on set'. If you don't have anything else, it is more valuable to do a few student films. Hope this helps :)
Has anyone heard anything about an app called kaypr? They claim to be a new, free casting service.
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