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“The Insider’s Guide To The Insiders”
Back Stage is pleased to present for the first time a mobile version of its popular Call Sheet by Back Stage entertainment contact directory. Back Stage is the entertainment industry's leading authority and resource for the committed actor looking to advance their career. Back Stage Magazine has been the most trusted place for actors to find performing arts and casting information. In print and online, Back Stage publishes over 750 top casting notices each week for every type of performance: film, stage, TV, commercials, multimedia, dance, voiceovers, singing, and more.
Call Sheet by Back Stage is the most accurate and comprehensive contact directory servicing the performing arts community. Formerly known as Ross Reports, the directory has been published in print every other month for over 20 years. It is the go-to guide for finding everybody that’s anybody in Hollywood. If you wanted more info you’d have to hire a private detective. It’s not who you know, it’s who you contact.
• New York Casting Directors, Agents, and Personal Managers
• Los Angeles Casting Directors, Agents, and Personal Managers
• Casting Directors across the U.S.
• Talent Agents across the U.S.
• Production Companies
• Listings include: address, phone, email (where available), website, staff names and titles, selected credits, types of projects they cover
• Easy to search by name or company; browse from A to Z
• Also includes a searchable directory of acting schools and coaches in New York and Los Angeles
• Updated and revised
This mobile app directory will help you identify how to find an agent or manager and what casting directors to send a head shot. Submit directly to a production company with a hot new TV series on the air. Get access to the key players that can advance your career and give you your big break. Launch your career now!
Note: Occasionally you will receive mailed materials back marked "Return to Sender," but this does not necessarily mean the address information is wrong. Some agents and casting directors do not accept unsolicited submissions, and return all submissions unopened. Also, many casting directors do not maintain permanent offices, instead setting up temporary offices associated with particular productions, often on one of the major studio lots. These offices are subject to close or move without notice, and once shut down, mail sent to them is rarely forwarded. If you receive any materials back, please alert Call Sheet's editor at [email protected]