NY Casting Internship

Industry: Casting/Talent Agencies
Program City: New York

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Company Info

With 25 years in the business of representing young actors, the Carson-Adler Agency boasts strong relationships with casting directors and producers and an industry-wide reputation for discovering marketable talent. Whether it’s a gorgeous soap opera type, a cute young Broadway singer/dancer, or wildly comedic teenager, the agents at Carson-Adler Agency work to develop a personalized career path for each client. From varied backgrounds, with wide-ranging skills, and from as far away as Kansas, Californ...

Internship Description

This Internship opportunity will allow students to understand the ability scout talent, and run a successful business. As an Intern, your responsibilities could include answering phones, organizing agents’ and clients’ schedules, managing new client’s resumes, and sending their audition photos to casting directions. Additionally, interns may sit in on interviews or auditions, participate in audition tape discussions, assist in preparing exclusive agency contracts, work directly with talent and potent...

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