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Getting the Part: Thirty-Three Professional Casting Directors Tell You How to Get Work in Theater, Films, and TV ebook

by Judith Searle


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At last, an in-depth book about the casting process that tells actors what it is like to be on the other side of the desk, and a must read for . Marilyn Henry, coauthor, How to Be a Working Actor.

At last, an in-depth book about the casting process that tells actors what it is like to be on the other side of the desk, and a must read for the aspiring casting director!" Marilyn Henry, coauthor, How to Be a Working Actor. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Better World Books IndieBound.

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Getting the Part : Thirty-Three Professional Casting Directors Tell You How to Get Work in Theater, Films, Commercials, and TV. by Judith Searle. At last, an in-depth book about the casting process that tells actors what it is like to be on the other side of the desk, and a must read for the aspiring casting director " -Marilyn Henry, coauthor, How to Be a Working Actor.

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Hollywood is a melting pot. IF you work hard and get yourself out there to audition, and win good (meaning any) roles, It really doesn’t matter what your nationality is, if you work your talent! Work your social media and your contacts.

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Author Judith Searle has elegantly explored the potential of women freed from the burdens of society's expectations. Judith Searle is the author of Lovelife, a novel; In the Teeth of Time: Poems 1971-2004; and several nonfiction works including The Literary Enneagram: Characters from the Inside Out and Getting the Part: Thirty-three Professional Casting Directors Tell You How to Get Work in Theater, Films, Commercials and TV. Recently added by. gottabook ah, jberman3331, jberman333, SSUTheatre, Keith.

(Limelight). "At last, an in-depth book about the casting process that tells actors what it is like to be on the other side of the desk, and a must read for the aspiring casting director!" Marilyn Henry, coauthor, How to Be a Working Actor
Nahelm
I feel that this book is very informative and helpful! I like that it includes professional expert advice from casting directors in the different fields of acting! I am especially proud that my cousin Eugene Blythe is one of the casting directors featured in this book! He as well as the other casting directors, offer incredible insight into the realities of getting a part in the show business industry! The author did a fine job collaborating and interviewing these directors and compiling all this fabulous information into one awesome book! I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in auditioning for a part. I also encourage anyone just fascinated or curious about the process of how actors get their roles in Commercials, TV, Films, Theater, Voice Overs, that sometimes lead them to stardom! :)
JOIN
Written in conversational style, each section of the book opens with an introduction to a casting director. Following each casting director heading is a list of questions appearing in bold print. Each question leads to a detailed answer - also written in conversational style. The informal style makes it easy to read and follow - and makes a reader feel that the director is sitting in a chair in front of them - telling them how they "really feel." They are direct in their answers and frank about how things really work in getting a part.

Appendices contain: Casting Society of America members, resume examples, breakdown services samples, and union membership requirements. Following this is a list of books and periodicals for further reading.

This book makes a great companion to the classic: Audition by Michael Shurtleff.
Hbr
This book was by far the best I have read on auditions. It let me know how to act and what to do and not do to get a directors attention. I reccomend this book to anyone and everyone who are looking for an acting job.
Anarasida
This books sucks. Mind you, there are over 350,000 aspiring actors. The majority of them have been told and rehearsed on how beautiful and talented they are.
Only 10 new actors are "broken in" each year. This book sucks.
Getting the Part: Thirty-Three Professional Casting Directors Tell You How to Get Work in Theater, Films, and TV ebook
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Judith Searle
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