Tag: Acting Tips

How do I Register for Stonehenge Auditions 2017?!?

Posted on 02/13/17 by admin

Stonehenge Auditions 2017 aka the sixteenth edition of the in-person mass auditions for film and video will be in Washington, DC on Monday, March 20th (hint: this link goes to the event information page, including an extensive actor FAQ and producer FAQ). However, if you want to be direct like John Wick, this is the tactical page for […]

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How do I Register for Stonehenge XV?!?

Posted on 02/27/16 by admin

Stonehenge XV aka the fifteenth edition of the in-person mass auditions for film and video will be in Washington, DC on Monday, April 4th (hint: this link goes to the event information page, including an extensive actor FAQ and producer FAQ). However, if you’re laser-focused on registering, this is the page for you. First things […]

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Casting Notes #12: The Audition – For Actors, it’s Time to Play (For Actors)

Posted on 11/03/14 by admin

This 20-part series, written by Team J’s Bjorn Munson, covers the lessons learned during the casting of The Broken Continent web series pilot in 2012. You can find the full Table of Contents in Part 1. This series is meant to help other independent filmmakers, primarily those who are casting a large ensemble (10+ speaking parts, multiple background actors, […]

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Stonehenge Casting: Why You Need to Resize Your Headshot

Posted on 07/15/13 by admin

We’re thrilled that over 1,000 of you all have joined Stonehenge Casting since it launched on April 1st this year… and we fully expect to see some of you in the upcoming season of House of Cards. However, we understand that several actors are having trouble with resizing their headshot. For that, we’ve added a handy […]

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Stonehenge Casting How-to: How to Resize Your Headshot

Posted on 07/15/13 by admin

For Stonehenge Casting, other casting sites, and even responding to casting notices by email, you’ll need to upload or send your headshot. For that, your beautiful original headshot, perhaps 5mb or larger, simply won’t do. Resizing it should be simple (grammar police will point out it probably should be “re-size,” but they seem to have […]

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Stonehenge Casting: Actors, Get Ready for your Update

Posted on 04/23/13 by admin

Now that version 0.2 of Stonehenge Casting is online, we thought we’d take a moment and mention: if you’re actor with a profile at SC, your job isn’t over yet. Regular updates from you are part of the plan. Producers are using Stonehenge Casting as their online filing cabinet. After over a dozen Stonehenge auditions, […]

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Book Review: To Be or Wanna Be by Sean Pratt

Posted on 10/05/12 by admin

(Note: Team J chief Bjorn Munson has had the opportunity to read a new book by a local author.  We’re including it here as it might be of interest to regular Stonehenge attendees, so don’t expect book reviews to become a regular feature.) I’m not sure what this bodes for the local theater and film […]

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Bonus Casting Notes (#6a): An Actor’s Casting Submission Checklist

Posted on 09/03/12 by admin

This 20-part series, written by Team J’s Bjorn Munson, covers the lessons learned during the casting of The Broken Continent web series pilot in 2012. You can find the full Table of Contents in Part 1. This series is meant to help other independent filmmakers, primarily those who are casting a large ensemble (10+ speaking parts, multiple background actors, […]

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Casting Notes #6: Responding to the Casting Notice (For Actors)

Posted on 09/03/12 by admin

This 20-part series, written by Team J’s Bjorn Munson, covers the lessons learned during the casting of The Broken Continent web series pilot in 2012. You can find the full Table of Contents in Part 1. This series is meant to help other independent filmmakers, primarily those who are casting a large ensemble (10+ speaking parts, multiple background actors, […]

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Casting Notes #2: The Top Two “Good Things to Remember” (For Filmmakers and Actors)

Posted on 07/18/12 by admin

This 20-part series, written by Team J’s Bjorn Munson, covers the lessons learned during the casting of The Broken Continent web series pilot in 2012. You can find the full Table of Contents in Part 1. This series is meant to help other independent filmmakers, primarily those who are casting a large ensemble (10+ speaking parts, multiple background actors, […]

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