Tag: Acting Tips

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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Casting Notes #1: The Broken Continent Case Study (For Filmmakers and Actors)

Posted on 07/16/12 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 here, 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 […]

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Learn more about Casting Dos and Don’ts this Wednesday, 3/14

Posted on 03/13/12 by admin

Members of the Team J mailing list will already know this, but since we’ve launched the brand, spanking new website, we figured we should put it here too! Team J’s  own Bjorn Munson and the Actors’ Center’s Martha Karl this coming Wednesday, March 14th, for DC Film Salon’s discussion all about casting. Moderated by Jackie Steven, the pair […]

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Stonehenge Actor Tip: The Best Headshot, Period

Posted on 09/03/10 by admin

Ready for some tough love? Welcome to the second in a series of tips for actors attending Stonehenge. You’ll find these blog entries are a bit snarkier than the exhaustive FAQ even though they contain a lot of the same information. Why are we doing this? Well, some of you actors seem to be doing […]

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Stonehenge Actor Tip: Make the Resume a Non-issue

Posted on 08/31/10 by admin

Ready for some tough love? Welcome to the first in a series of tips for actors attending Stonehenge. You’ll find these blog entries are a bit snarkier than the exhaustive FAQ even though they contain a lot of the same information. Why are we doing this? Well, some of you actors seem to be doing […]

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Last notes for Stonehenge Actors before Sunday

Posted on 09/10/09 by admin

Emails to all 192 actors for Stonehenge were sent Thursday morning, the number of headshots/resumes you need to bring is 24, and we’re looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday in Baltimore. However, we know things come up at the last minute (inclduing paying gigs) and some actors will not be able to make […]

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Reminder for Actors attending Stonehenge this Sunday!

Posted on 05/15/08 by admin

All 192 actors are being sent an email Thursday with their audition time and other important information. If you have not received an email by Thursday evening, and do not find it lurking in an overzealous spam filter, shoot us an email at stonehenge*at*teamjabberwocky*dot*com. Two important points noted in the email: 1) You will need […]

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Stonehenge Policy Changes

Posted on 04/24/08 by admin

As many of you know, actor and filmmaker registration for Stonehenge is now open at www.goteamj.com/stonehenge.html. On May 18th, the mass audition for film and video projects will be in Baltimore, MD. We’re excited to be expanding to a new city and hope you’ll join us. Mass auditions are the precision skydiving of audition forms: […]

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Actors: Reminders for this Saturday’s Stonehenge

Posted on 04/01/07 by admin

Note: All of this is covered on some level in the Actor FAQ, which is on the website. This does not replace the second confirmation email you will receive at the end of this week. #1: Let us Know if you Won’t Show. We’re looking forward to seeing you all this Saturday, however, statistically speaking, […]

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