You’ve been training hard in all of your classes at BDC and now you’re ready to start auditioning! But where do you begin?
Here we’ll help familiarize you with a few of the main casting call websites so you can get out there and audition!
- $14.95/month (or you can purchase a weekly newspaper publication of Backstage)
- auditions~musical theater, straight theater, cruise lines, theme parks, music video, commercials, TV/film, etc., search by field or location
- online access to job listings, unlimited online submissions, individual profile (headshot, resume, reel, etc.), database of directors/agents/etc.
- auditions~music video, musical theater, cruise lines, theme parks, special events
- online access to job listings (performer, choreographer, and teacher gigs worldwide) and agent auditions, individual profile, insider info (how-to create a resume, reel, etc.)
- auditions~musical theater, straight theater, cruise lines, etc.
- job postings (performers, arts administrators, interns, directors, teachers, etc.)
- $25/month (basic membership)
- auditions~principal and extra roles
- online access to job listings, individual profile, individual profile, database of photographers and demo reel creators, directories (agencies, casting directors, managers), online job submission
- Free registration (but $2 per online submission)
- auditions~straight theater, short films, feature films, music videos, “webisodes,” industrials, commercials
- online access to job listings, individual profile, online submissions for jobs ($2 per submission)
- job postings (auditions, internships, choreography opportunities, volunteering)
- auditions~concert dance/company auditions
- *specific to jobs and opportunities in New York City
Dance/NYC held the “State of NYC Dance” Symposium on Sunday, February 26th at Gibney Dance Center. Our PR Director, April Cook, and our Marketing Director, Emily Bass, were two of the nearly two hundred industry attendees. Several BDC students also volunteered at the event by checking-in guests and speakers, monitoring the panel discussions, and directing attendees to the various breakout sessions.
The jam-packed day investigated the current state of dance in New York City and provided panel discussions and networking opportunities for artists, advocates, funders, policymakers, managers, scholars, and audiences. One of the six beautiful studios at the Gibney Dance Center housed Dance/NYC’s SmART Bars, 30-minute individual consultations with arts consultants regarding topics of business administration, technology, advertising, and fundraising. The symposium also included movement classes with Andrea Miller, Sarah Donneley, Patrick Corbin, and Doug Elkins.
“Dance NYC’s recent Symposium on the state of NYC dance was incredibly enlightening. It is so important for us to continue our efforts in the growth of our community and I am thankful to Dance NYC for providing the platform for related discussions and the building of relationships. Thank you to all who were involved!” – Emily Bass (BDC Marketing/Events Coordinator)”I greatly appreciated Dance NYC’s efforts and Gibney Dance Studio’s hospitality in bringing the dance community together to discuss current topics in our field. The “Meet the Press” panel was one of the highlights of the day for me. It was wonderful to have the opportunity to hear from dance critics and their views on what their roles and responsibilities are to the choreographer, the dancer and the audience member.” – April Cook (BDC Public Relations)
Visit Dance/NYC’s website
to learn more about this year’s symposium and sign-up to volunteer or attend next year’s incredible event!