Free Listing In Annual Casting Issue
- Free Listing In Annual Casting Issue
My friend Julie Ann at New England Entertainment Digest has
asked me to pass this announcement along. If you're in the
Northeast - this is a great offer.
DO YOU ...
Look for work (to be cast) in the entertainment industry?
Cast individuals in the entertainment industry?
Train individuals in the entertainment industry?
Coach individuals in the entertainment industry?
Represent individuals in the entertainment industry?
THEN - You Should Participate in NEED's Annual Casting Issue
Get yourself seen by casting directors throughout the region!
Get yourself or your agency noticed as someone who can help
NEED's readers better their craft!
Get promoted in NEED's Annual Casting issue!
Put you in front of the eyes that need to see you. We also
accept profiles on agents, photographers, coaches, agencies,
etc. This is not an ad and it will cost you - nothing.
All it takes is contacting us, or submitting biographical
materials about yourself and what you do. (Resumes are
helpful, but a biography is much MORE helpful).
Again - the cost is nothing. Spread the word!
Also - if you're a performer - actor - dancer - musician
stunt artist -juggler - sword swallower - unicyclist, etc.
keep in mind that NEED will be sending copies of this issue
to our list of nearly 1000 casting directors and agencies
throughout the Northeast (and beyond!)
To submit information for this issue, or to get more
PLEASE CONTACT US:
That's why we're here!
DEADLINE is 7/10/06.
AGAIN: There is no charge to be featured, though advertising
is available. Contact Julie Ann: jacneed@...
NEW ENGLAND ENTERTAINMENT DIGEST
P.O. Box 88, Burlington, MA 01803
Ph: 781.272.2066 or 978.772.2545 -
Fx: 781.229.2676 or 978.772.2989
NEED is a fully promotional entertainment industry
publication, so we believe we should be fully promoting
those who are effected by what we cover. Ergo - once a
year, we dedicate an issue to getting cast - be it from
the performer point of view, the trainer point of view,
or the agent point of view. Along the line, each entity
is fully involved with the casting process. Features
in this issue are about the performers, the trainers and
the agents. We also try to include articles about the
entire process, how to get cast, what casting people
look for, etc.
I hope this is helpful to all you wonderful performers out
Have a great one and, as always ...
Bob is an actor, writer, director and producer. Listed on
IMDb.com, TVTome.com and elsewhere, Bob's credits include
100's of TV shows, stage productions and films. He is a
member of SAG, AFTRA, Equity, Director's Guild, Writer's
Guild, Producer's Guild and ATAS (r). His series writing
and producing credits include The Love Boat, Benson, Full
House, Harry & The Hendersons, Columbo, and many more.
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