Last week I auditioned for a great television show. Because I signed, an NDA, a Non-Disclosure Agreement, I can’t tell you about the show, I can’t tell you the name of the show, and I can’t tell you what the audition was about. I always honour the NDA agreements that I sign. However, what I […]
There are many ways that actors can learn about auditions. The easiest way is for an actor to have representation with an agent, and have the agent contact the talent about upcoming auditions. Typically, an agent is going to know a lot more about projects happening in your area than anyone else. In larger markets, […]
The answer is yes and no.
There are some exceptions to the rule, but generally, if you wantto audition for film, TV and especially TV commercials in NY or L.A., you have to audition in person. The one area where you could audition for projects in major markets from home, is if you either have a strong connection with the casting director or if the part is being cast nationwide.