Thursday, May 29, 2008


Last minute audish yesterday, I actually went over to my agent's office after work instead of at lunch. Apparently the friendly golden arches is going to offer fruit smoothies and call it "McCafe". I don't usually audish for announcer parts, and it turns out it's pretty straight forward. The character /crazy stuff is more fun :)

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Audish Party

Yesterday I had a fun dialogue audish. It wasn't at my agent's office, it was at a casting office and there were people from several different agencies. We had to sign in on the union sheet and I got to list my AFTRA number :). Actually, I saw a few gals I know through improv- it's always fun to see people you know 'on the audish scene.' The audish was for a radio spot- a classic girly scene about banking. And by girly I mean one character was supposed to be Elle from Legally Blond and the other was Blaire from Gossip Girls. Fun!

Friday, May 16, 2008

Friday Book Club

Today I had a really fun audish for an audio book as a teen girl. I got the "sides" a day in advance- usually I see the script when I get there. I really liked having the extra time, and even when I read it out loud for the first time I found some new meaning. It looks like the book is written by her for a chapter, then by a boy, then back to her and so on. It was a full page of text. And I actually got it done in one take- no fumbles.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

AuDish of the Day

Lots of Improv Audishes right now!

A pretty cool improv show is having audishes:

Chemically Imbalanced Comedy announces auditions for additional cast member for our hit improv show "Bad Review."

I have a vo audish for an audio book tomorrow, and I will report on it soon!

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Here we go again

No audishes to write about. Just an industry heads up that the AMPTP is back to the non-negotiating table. This time it is with SAG and AFTRA, and according to Deadline Hollywood Daily: This is a virtual repeat of how the group representing the Big Media companies acted during bargaining with the WGA, including how the AMPTP and moguls pitted the directors guild against the writers guild.

Monday, May 5, 2008

Audish of the Day

This looks pretty awesome:

The Jedlicka Performing Arts Center
Type / Restrictions: The Jedlicka Performing Arts Center (JPAC) will host auditions for Barry Manilow’s COPACABANA. The Production calls for the casting of three men, three women and a large singing/dancing ensemble.