Tips for Finding an Agent

While an agent is unnecessary for starting your career, at a certain point you may find that they can be beneficial – particularly if you’re working a full-time job while pursuing acting and don’t have much free time to spend searching for acting roles. An agent’s job is primarily to set up initial meetings with casting directors, getting your name and face in front of them, and helping to match you with upcoming auditions for roles. Below are some tips to keep in mind when looking for an agent. Increase Your Exposure There are three general ways to get an… read more

Choosing Musical Theatre as a Career Path

For many actors, the big screen simply doesn’t call to them. They dream of performing under the bright lights of the stage, relishing the thrill of live performance and the musical stories enchanting the captive audience before them. If this sounds like you, you may want to consider a career in musical theatre. Choose Your Focus Take inventory of your talents, and consider a career in musical theatre that focuses on your strongest points. For example, those who have a passion and talent in their body’s movement may choose a path as a dancer or choreographer. An actor in musical… read more