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Student Resources

Last updated Spring 2018.


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

The Actors’ Center
Actors’ Equity Association

Backstage (https://www.backstage.com/)
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

Pat Moran Casting

Taylor Royall Casting

Linda Townsend Management



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




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!



Headshots are a necessity for all actors, and it’s always important to keep your photographs up to date. We recommend the services of Clinton Brandhagen.