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Writing to Casting Directors – Focus on the long term

Already Labelled has become Key Stage Contacts. To visit the new site, click here.   Perhaps when you’re writing to Casting Directors, you are applying for a specific role – this is usually the case. Our previous blog posts have indicated that you should have a ‘reason for writing.’ This is of course, true. Writing […]

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Who’s Casting What, When?

Already Labelled has become Key Stage Contacts. To visit the new site, click here.   January can be a quiet time in the industry, with not much going on. After the festive season, people have a list of New Years resolutions to fulfil and part of this, if you’re a performer can be to say […]

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How to Impress a Producer

Impressing a Producer in the performing arts industry is a difficult balance between friendliness and professionalism. It is different to the way one approaches agents and Casting Directors. Creating a lasting impression with a Producer can really impact your performing career and its longevity. We asked Producer James Milton (of Milton Morrissey Productions for some […]

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Be Concise, Polite & Honest when Contacting Industry Professionals

Be Concise, Polite & Honest when contacting Industry Professionals When contacting Casting Directors, or indeed any industry professionals (Theatre producers, Film producers, Agents etc) we’ve constantly talked about the way in which you should approach them. We believe we can now define your submissions into just three words: Be Concise Be Polite Be honest. Industry […]

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