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Casting/Job Title Location Project Type Submit by
Auditions for The Drowsy Chaperone Orlando, FL Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
Flaming Idiots Now Casting Boise, ID Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
Of Mice and Men Auditions Louisville, KY Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
Auditions For The Boy From Oz Charleston, SC Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
Young Frankenstein Auditions Atlanta, GA Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
The Producers Auditions Philadelphia, PA Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
Urinetown Auditions Orlando, FL Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
Don't Hug Me Auditions Cleveland, OH Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
The Fox On The Fairway Boise, ID Theatre - Non-Equity 08-02-2016
Sister Act Auditions Orlando, FL Theatre - Non-Equity 07-02-2016
Guys and Dolls Audition Cleveland, OH Theatre - Non-Equity 06-02-2016
The Music Man Auditions Seattle, WA Theatre - Non-Equity 06-02-2016
Osage County Auditions Portland, OR Theatre - Non-Equity 06-02-2016
The Diary Of Anne Frank Auditions Orlando, FL Theatre - Non-Equity 06-02-2016
Auditions for The Crucible Boise, ID Theatre - Non-Equity 05-02-2016
Working Now Casting Columbus, OH Theatre - Non-Equity 01-02-2016
Anything Goes Casting Actors Portland, OR Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
The Price Auditions Orlando, FL Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
The Beams Are Creaking Auditions Chicago, IL Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015
On Golden Pond Auditions in Florida Orlando, FL Theatre - Non-Equity 07-06-2015

Open Calls

Open calls are fun because it's like getting a live chance to win the acting lottery. You may pull into the studio lot, a struggling actress in a broken down 79' Plymouth, but you could leave the star of Comedy Central's newest hour-long show spoofing high school in the sunny beach towns of Southern Cali. This is a ridiculous example, to be sure, but open calls are no joke. In fact, you should treat every casting call like an open call because you never know when a casting director may say "Wait! She's the one!" and choose you to play a completely different role than the one you were auditioning for.

Even when you are on the set doing extra work, that is an open call too. Even though you are working as an extra, you could be noticed by someone at any time, so always make sure that you conduct yourself professionally and treat everyone with courtesy in order to make a good impression. Nothing may happen for a long time, but how is this different from going on hundreds of auditions and open casting calls?

Of course, always remember that even though there is a lot of competition and open calls can be nerve-wracking, maintain a positive attitude and a pleasant demeanor. This is supposed to be fun. Even though it can be hard, it is part of the process of becoming a successful actress, so you have to be strong and have fun. Otherwise, why are you doing it?