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FREE  get a library card - place  online orders for plays, books or sheet music to be delivered and held for you at your local branch. The central downtown library is amazing for browsing (both plays and humans)     

Required to own for class- you can buy it used- 

                                                  SCRIPT BANKS 

Aaron Sorkin's West Wing scripts

Aaron Sorkin's Sports Nights scripts     

Why Insanity       Screenplays on line      IMSDB  

Daily Script    


Talent Pages   



All bard   

Overdone Monologues  theatre casting directors advise what to avoid 

                                                             RESEARCH - mother of research sites for movies and TV credits.  The Internet Broadway Database has stage credits.   Modern plays (& summaries), written since 1956. 

The American Film Institute lists of the Top 100 & Top Ten Best Films  
a brief tour of theater, dramatic literature & the greats of the art form 

regional dialects to glean specifics professional VO demo reels headshot research

OTHER TEACHERS  Bob Corff vocal coach to the stars- an extraordinary                                  teacher. I use his vocal workout when driving to auditions                                                                                             Gerry Katzman is the go to guy for honing your stand up 


TED ideas worth spreading Look up creativity, acting, flow -stay inspired 

Barbara Cook, peerless singer & master teacher on bing nakeat this link

Author Elizabeth Gilbert considers the muse of creativity at this link.


Links below have Information for how to attend open auditions for
 the Ahmanson Theatre, The Kirk Douglas Theatre & Mark Taper Forum. 
They are all Equity union houses. Here's the page for AEA (Equity) members

Just take it bird by bird 

"my older bother, who was ten years old at the time, was trying to get a report on birds written that he'd had three months to write. It was due the next day. He was close to tears... surrounded by binder paper and penicils and unopened books on birds, immobilized by the hugeness of the task ahead. Then my father sat down beside him, put his arm around my brother's shoulder, and said "Bird, by bird, buddy. Just take it bird by bird".

Anne Lamott