Don't Fail to Mail

Andrews, Jaime
March 2007
Back Stage West;3/1/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p8
The article presents tips to mass mailing to talent agents, managers and producers. Actors must carefully select the list of recipients for their resumes and postcards. They must focus their mails on agents rather than casting directors. Actors should also send postcards if new achievements are made. Publications such as "Ross Reports" and "The Agencies" provide a list of names and contact details of casting directors and accredited agents.


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