Monthly Archives: November 2015
This is another example of why we insist parents know who you are allowing to have access to your children. Richard Emerich has taken pictures in Vermont, Florida, Connecticut and was recruiting in Maine. We know you get excited about … Continue reading
Sometimes we just want to have fun or make fun of critics who are full of themselves. One of our favorite character actors brings it to life in a four minute spoof.
The word is starting to trickle in–auditions in some age groups and markets are slowly picking up. One mom of an 18TPY mentioned two auditions this week, one in TV and one film. A new breakdown for a children’s series … Continue reading
Schools get reimbursed for filled seats, so if your child is out for acting jobs, they won’t get the ADA in California or the reimbursement offered in your state. What do you do if your child needs to miss more … Continue reading
It’s not about acting unless we are going Back to the Future. We started talking about upcoming Black Friday sales over Thanksgiving weekend when no one is auditioning or acting. Then someone mentioned hoverboards are illegal in NYC, and suddenly we … Continue reading