“Theatre Lab instructors encourage and teach students so many valuable life lessons such as being a team player and having self-confidence. My daughter has been able to conquer her fear of public speaking – you should see her now!”
Parent Evaluation

Student Resources


Below are some great sources for finding auditions in the D.C. area and across the country:

The Actors’ Center

Actors’ Equity Association


Dragonuk Connects

Northern Virginia Theatre Alliance

The Theatre Pages


Washington Post Guide to the Lively Arts

Washington City Paper


Casting Agencies

There are a number of casting and talent agencies in the area serving the film and theatre industries. Some hold open calls on a regular basis, while others provide casting services for particular projects.

Capital Talent Agency

Central Casting

Carlyn Davis Casting

Liz Marks Casting

Pat Moran & Associates

Taylor Royall Casting

Linda Townsend Management



Yahoo! Groups has several listservs providing audition and performance info for the D.C. Metro area:


dcbaltoactor (AEA only)



Galvanize DC

Green Room DC

Theatre Folks


Resume Template

If you're wondering how to put together your resume, here's how: Download our resume template and use it as a model. Even if you think you have nothing to put on a resume, you probably have more relevant experience than you think. Don't forget to mention your Theatre Lab classes and instructors!



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