Theater Companies in New York for Young Actors:
Young Blood at Ensemlble Studio Theater, Flea Theater and the Bats Company, Pearl Theate, 52nd Street Project, Theaterworks
Summer Theaters for Up and Coming Young Actors:
Chautauqua, Berkshire Theater Festival, Hangar Theater, Peterborough Players, New Jersey Shakespeare
Theaters with programs for Non Equity actors:
Shakespeare Theater of Washington DC, Oregon
Shakespeare Festival, Milwaukee Repertory Company, Actor's Theater of Louisville Apprentice Program
Steppenwolf, Shakespeare LAB at the NY Public Theater
Visit New Dramatists to find intersting new material and possibly meet new playwrights. Take class with
Karen Kohlhass. Visit www.monologueaudition.com.
Reproductions website and view the photographers work. Set up an appointment to meet with them and see who you have chemistry
with before you choose.
David Cady at
Donna DeSetta Casting.
voiceover teachers and casting directors have been recommended to me. They include: Doreen Frumkin, Dawn Mjoen, Maureen Kelly
at Just Voices, and especially Doriane at Phantom Audio. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joan Lader is the most well known. There is a book available at the Drama Bookshop
with more suggestions.
Put yourself on tape:
One on One
Productions, or MyiCastNY.com
Discounts for seeing theater:
Linctix at Lincoln Center, Hiptix at Roundabout, 30 and
Under at Playwrights, 30 for 30 at Rattlestick, 20.00 tickets an hour before curtain at the Public, 20.00 Sundays at NYTW,
Dollar Sunday Matinees at Soho Rep.
Theater Development Fund, Audience Extras, Playbill.com
or usher for an Off Broadway show.You can also see many plays on the third floor of Lincoln Center Library with an appropriate
reason.I also recommend the Museum of Television and Radio Broadcasting to view programs which have aired on television.
Volunteer Usher at theater companies. See bottom of this page to Download list of theaters.
Peoples Improv Theater (especiallly with Alan Cross), UCB, Magnet Theater
Theater Newsletter :
Join Alan Bird's email list at email@example.com.
Lots of useful information about recent casting, reviews and box office receipts.
and Makeup Help:
Find a personal shopper at a high end department store. They will make
suggestions for you. Look at current fashion in GQ or Vogue, and find ONE outfit you can wear to auditions that is hip,
relaxed, and trendy.
Make up: Go to a Bobbi Brown makeup counter where you can get a free makeover. Tell them you
are going on camera so they don't use make up with anything metalic.
Takiing care of
for Agents and Casting Directors you don't know yet:
One on One Productions, Actors Connection,
I have enjoyed building this website
from www.register.com. It's affordable and allows you to include video and audio files.
If you have an iPhone, you can download a rehearsal app which will allow you to record
the other character's lines to help you memorize your own. I haven't used it myself, but friends tell me it is very useful.
Find it at http://www.rehearsaltheapp.com/manual/rehearse
Lawyers for the Arts
Al Hirschfeld Clinic operated
by the Actors Fund 212.319.2787. The fund's website also includes a list of inexpensive health insurance options
Actors Federal Credit Union: checking and savings accounts, as well as low interest loans and credit
cards for actors
The Actors Fund: will help pay unexpected bills, help with housing in New York, and
offers seminars on managing money.
Find out about inexpensive Mutual Funds at Vanguard.com. They
have the largest index fund in the country.
Click here to download file for Volunteer Ushering