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  • The L.A. Showcase Showdown

    One of the first thing actors should do after they move to Los Angeles is sign up for a respected acting class that has an end-of-program showcase. These are usually better attended than standalone showcases or small Los Angeles theater productions. Personally, I only attend showcases where the organizers can provide pictures and resumes of the participants ahead of time (either hard copy, email, or online) so I can determine if there are any performers I might be interested in seeing. For me, and perhaps others, time is too limited to attend showcases where there’s no one that makes me curious or suits a roster need.
    Meanwhile, actors should also try to participate in a showcase where there are at least 10-20 other actors, which is scheduled for about an hour. Convenience is a factor in determining whether representatives are going to attend a showcase or not. In New York, for instance, I prefer to attend showcases that are in, or near, the theatre district, a shorter subway ride, and for some, walking distance. There are showcases that are on the lower east side and they take too much time out of the day to travel to and from. In L.A., everyone has to travel by car. As long as you’re not in Pasadena, Anaheim, or Ontario,

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