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Upcoming Workshop

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Hi Everyone,

If you know of anyone you think might benefit from my workshop (Mr. President…?), I have one coming up Saturday Feb. 1st at the Magnet Theater.  Here is a link with more info:  http://www.magnettheater.com/classlist.php?infoid=2906

Thanks a lot!


Written by David Levin

January 22nd, 2014 at 4:27 pm

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Strawberry One Act castings

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A friend of a friend had two people drop out of her play for the Strawberry One Act Festival so if you match one of the breakdowns or know someone who does, email away!


Hey guys,

I’m looking to cast two roles in the play I’m producing. Two of my cast members had scheduled conflicts and dropped out, so I’m looking to urgently recast (rehearsals have already started).

The show is: How I Died, part of the Strawberry One-Act Festival

Rehearsal Dates:

Monday, Jan. 27th — 8-10 pm
Monday, Feb. 3rd — 8-10 pm
Monday, Feb. 10th — 8-10 pm

Tech: Friday, Feb, 14th at 10 am

Show: Sunday, Feb. 16th at 4 pm

We will also be participating in one of the nights below (to be determined based on audience and judge voting):

Semi-Finals: Feb. 18th & 19th, 7 pm & 9 pm

Wild Night (based on audience votes): Feb. 20th at 6 pm
Finals: Feb. 21st at 7:30 pm
I’m casting mother and father roles, any age/ethnicity is fine. Ideally they’re able to do an Indian accent, or would be willing to learn (but not required).
If you or anyone you know is interested, please email me directly! Thanks so much! 🙂

Written by David Levin

January 21st, 2014 at 11:47 am

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Meet and Greets During Pilot Season

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Pilot Season has started and agents and managers are busy trying to get their clients cast in the next big show.  In fact they are so busy working for their current client roster that for the most part they are not interested in taking on new clients until they can breath again in March.  So if you have some acting credits and were thinking about going out on some ‘meet and greets’ with agents and managers anytime soon, you might want to consider saving your money and waiting a few months when they have time to consider you more seriously.

Written by David Levin

January 18th, 2014 at 5:07 pm

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