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Call for Actor Submissions for NBC Diversity Scene Showcase (Los Angeles)

Call for Actor Submissions for NBC Diversity Scene Showcase (Los Angeles)

Start: 03/05/2012 - 9:00am

End: 03/30/2012 - 11:59pm

As part of its ongoing commitment to diversity, NBCUniversal will hold auditions for actors wishing to be considered for the NBC Diversity Scene Showcase this coming June in Los Angeles. The showcase will feature actors, writers and directors of diverse backgrounds, including LGBT actors and Performers with Disabilities.

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Call for Actor Submissions for NBC Diversity Scene Showcase (Los Angeles)

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Call for Actor Submissions for NBC Diversity Scene Showcase (Los Angeles)

Call for Actor Submissions for NBC Diversity Scene Showcase (Los Angeles)

Start: 03/05/2012 - 9:00am

End: 03/30/2012 - 11:59pm

As part of its ongoing commitment to diversity, NBCUniversal will hold auditions for actors wishing to be considered for the NBC Diversity Scene Showcase this coming June in Los Angeles. The showcase will feature actors, writers and directors of diverse backgrounds, including LGBT actors and Performers with Disabilities.

Selected...Read more

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SAG-AFTRA Merger – WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

AFTRA’s open door policy – which allows anyone to join the union online by paying the initiation fee – will end if SAG and AFTRA merge, The Hollywood Reporter reports. In its place will be new SAG-AFTRA rules that primarily mirror SAG’s existing ones – a set of requirements that have made a meme out of “How do I get my SAG card?”

In addition, the price is changing: at $3,000, the new initiation fee is higher than SAG’s $2,277 or AFTRA’s $1,600, but less than the two combined.

That translates to a 23% savi...Read more

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SAG-AFTRA Merger – WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

AFTRA’s open door policy – which allows anyone to join the union online by paying the initiation fee – will end if SAG and AFTRA merge, The Hollywood Reporter reports. In its place will be new SAG-AFTRA rules that primarily mirror SAG’s existing ones – a set of requirements that have made a meme out of “How do I get my SAG card?”

In addition, the price is changing: at $3,000, the new initiation fee is higher than SAG’s $2,277 or AFTRA’s $1,600, but less than the two combined.

That translates to a 23% savi...Read more

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SAG-AFTRA Merger – WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

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"My Hero, My Brother" Staged Reading (NY)

Yangtze Repertory Theatre of America in Collaboration with the Asian American Film Lab presents the Staged Reading of “My Brother, My Hero”

Ancient China, time and again an ambitious, young legislator advance his own career at the expense of his tribe until his brother galvanizes the tribe to a doomed rebellion against the empire.

Written by: Jisen John Ho

Directed by: Wayne Chang

Cast: (in apathetically order)

J.B. Alexander, Andy Baldeschwiler, Amy Chang, Lisa Denne...Read more

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"My Hero, My Brother" Staged Reading (NY)

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"My Hero, My Brother" Staged Reading (NY)

Yangtze Repertory Theatre of America in Collaboration with the Asian American Film Lab presents the Staged Reading of “My Brother, My Hero”

Ancient China, time and again an ambitious, young legislator advance his own career at the expense of his tribe until his brother galvanizes the tribe to a doomed rebellion against the empire.

Written by: Jisen John Ho

Directed by: Wayne Chang

Cast: (in apathetically order)

J.B. Alexander, Andy Baldeschwiler, Amy Chang, Lisa Denne...Read more

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How Hard is it to have a TV/Film Career in NYC?

This question came from a reader (sorry - it took me THIS long to respond)

My answer is: VERY HARD. Considering New York is known to be the Theater World, and LA is the http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif TV/Film Land. So, already, there are less TV shows that is being shot in New York, so the opportunities of getting a TV/Film audition is already less compare if you are in Los Angeles.

But it's not the End of the World. S...Read more

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english, mandarin
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New York City, United States
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September 11, 2007