Friday, March 13, 2009

The list of things to do gets longer

I had an awesome week of auditioning. First it was for an NYU grad film, which I got a callback for (though I couldn’t go, because I was performing at Mount Sinai that afternoon). Then I went in for the lead role in a brand new musical- sang cuts from two songs and did sides from the show. Yesterday I went in for an HBO/Cinemas promo. I gave a great audition, but there were women there of all shapes, sizes, ages and persuasions so it is left up to the producers to determine what type will fit best. I have an audition next week for another NYU grad film- I imagine that one of these will connect and I’ll have some good news soon!

In the meantime, I just printed new headshots so I am in the middle of a brand new marketing campaign to agents and casting folks. Some of you may know my recent “luck” with NY agents- my most recent agent was laid off in advance of the overall closing of their agency- and now this once well-reputed agency is in big trouble with the union because the owe actors lots of money. I feel lucky to have gotten out when I did, and am looking forward to forging new relationships.

Back to the grind... =)

2 comments:

  1. A lot of great headshots to choose from!!! :) Personally (for what it's worth) my favorites are on the top row (1, 4, 5, 6, when going across). The bottom row has some nice choices as well, but I prefer the cropping on the top ones.

    ~Elle

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  2. That's great, since the top row includes my favorites as well! I ended up printing 3 of them... (5 & 6 were my old ones, which I am no longer using, though!)

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