The hit Lifetime Television series “Drop Dead Diva” has been officially brought back to life for a fifth season after being cancelled on January 15, 2013. There was a tremendous outcry from the show‘s fans, and showrunner Josh Berman credits the fans for the return of the comedy-drama television series. Lifetime signed a deal on March 1, 2013 with Sony Pictures Television that made the show economically viable not only for Season 5 but for seasons beyond. Now the casting director has scheduled open casting calls for talent in the metro Atlanta area to appear on the show as general background performers. Principal actor casting is also getting underway.
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The 2012 Actors Resource Guide eBooks are published by industry expert Alan Baltes.
AB Media Publishing, LLC
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“Annie” is Coming to Broadway in Fall, 2012
Casting Society of America Artios Award winning casting director Bernard Telsey of Telsey & Company is holding an open audition in Los Angeles for the 35th Anniversary Broadway revival of the musical “Annie”. Online video submissions are also being accepted. The production is casting girls between the ages of 6 and 12 years to play the roles of Annie and the orphans Molly, Pepper, Duffy, July, Tessie, and Kate. No prior acting experience is necessary, and both union and non-union girls can audition. There are NO fees to attend the open casting call. The production will open in Fall 2012 at one of the Nederlander Organization‘s nine Broadway theatres to be announced.
Lead role of Fanny Brice is being cast for “Funny Girl” at the Ahmanson Theatre
Center Theatre Group
Center Theatre Group and Tony Award-winning director Bartlett Sher are conducting a worldwide talent search for the next Fanny Brice in the new Broadway bound revival of the classic romantic musical comedy “Funny Girl”. Women, ages 21 to 35, whether they are Actors’ Equity Association members or non-members, are encouraged to submit an audition video for this star-making role.