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  • Virtual TV/Film Community Forum Recap

    FREE Weekly Virtual Series: Week 1 Social distancing has caused all of us to alter our way of living in a multitude of capacities. From figuring out ways to fill the day with activities, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and, above all else, taking precautionary measures to stay safe. At Catapult, we've also been adjusting to…


  • Virtual Parent Seminar Recap

    FREE Weekly Virtual Series: Week 2 In this week's free virtual webinar series, we had guests that gave insight from the perspectives of a talent manager, a young successful actor, and the parent of said actor, during this time when most productions are being caused to pause filming + social distance. Will Buie from Disney…


  • Artistry Has No Limits

    DON'T PUT YOURSELF IN A BOX We've all heard the phrase "think outside of the box" but have you ever thought about how you can be put into a box as an actor? An actor should always feel as if they have no limits to what they can create + to take risks, regardless of…


  • Tips for Guest Star Auditions

    What is a "guest star"? A guest star is a role that is just above a co-star or "under 5". Aside from a Series Regular, these are the roles that actors are mainly wanting to book. Not only are actors paid by a weekly rate but guest stars have a higher percentage of coming back…


  • Monologues & Scenes: Picking the Right One

    How do you choose?? So you've signed up for a workshop and one of the requirements is to provide your own scene or monologue. Where do you start? Many actors will have a few if not more pieces of material to showcase in their portfolio, ready to perform at any given time for the sake…


  • Owning Your Space

    Either you take the room, or the room takes you Nerves. They're inevitable. Doesn't matter how long an actor has been in the business or how many times they may have auditioned, nerves will always be around, no matter what. What will set an actor apart though from everyone else that's auditioning and nervous, is…


  • Let’s Talk About Slates

    Do I have to practice my slate? The answer is YES you do! Since most auditions are now self-tape submissions, actors need to think of their slate as their first impression with the casting director. Those first few seconds should grab their attention and show the casting director, producer, or director a glimpse of who…


  • Building a Backstory: Script Analysis Part 4: The Author

    Who is the Author? It's time to get inside the writer's head. Where did they come from? What inspirations impacted their writing? What other pieces or scripts have they written? Having a clear understanding of who the author is ties the whole bow together of what they're trying to fully express in their script and…


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