Monthly Archives: January 2016

Where to find auditions

Ideally, all your child’s auditions should come thorough the agent. When a child is new and building a resume or goes through a slow period, the best jobs might be those you find on your own.  Technically a parent can’t … Continue reading

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Pilot Survival Guide: Pilot list updates

There are continual changes as new information becomes available. Check the discussion to see what’s happening now.

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Invincible Blue

We all know the right shade of “Book Me Blue” that used to be a requirement for all commercial auditions. Now it’s the favored background color for self-taped auditions.  What do you use when your child goes on tape from … Continue reading

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Pilot Survival Guide – Part 4: The Pilot Process

You’ve made it through the audition process, had callbacks and gone to producers. What are the next steps? What is the timeline?  We have the answers here.

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Former child actor dates stalker

She tweeted about him incessantly for seven years.  Now they are “in love.”  This is chilling for parents of child actors who have been stalked, impersonated or harassed by rabid fans.  What message does it give other young fans about … Continue reading

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Getting past disappointments

Your child auditions for the role of a lifetime.  The CD gives positive feedback, you know your child will be perfect for the part.  Your child is “in the mix” or meeting the producers, and you are almost positive your … Continue reading

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Pilot Survival Guide – Part 3: NDAs

Most of us are well aware if you sign a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) that you don’t talk about the information you have received about a project.  You don’t write about it online, post on Facebook, copy or share sides with … Continue reading

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