All posts by "Michelle Lulic"

Michelle Lulic is a recent graduate of Rutgers University who has been actively pursuing acting in the New York market for the past 4 years. Her love of the film and television industry has led her to writing entertainment news articles for Teen.com and, now, articles about the biz for NYCastings. In the rare instance that she's not writing and acting, she loves doing yoga and meditation -- and binge-ing all of Jessica Chastain's films. You can follow her on Twitter @MichelleALulic or visit her at michellelulic.com.
Woman in studio

The commercial audition has to be one of the least predictable markets in the acting world. While, yes, acting in a commercial often entails directly pitching a product to the ...
film festivals

Oftentimes, making a name for yourself in the film and television market means taking on the festival circuit. With everything from short films to features to web series’ being honored ...
stagevstheatreacting

What’s The Difference Between On-Camera Acting & Stage Acting? When you decided that you wanted to be an actor, odds are you pictured yourself in one specific medium over another. ...
Auditioning

There’s no one clear way to become a successful actor. Aside from the fact that everyone defines success differently, it’s not like going to school, doing your fair share of ...
comm scene

Breaking into this business is not an easy feat. Between the required training, the headshot expenses, and the necessary flexibility, balancing out everything you need to put yourself in the ...
audition

It happened! After submitting to countless projects on NYCastings.com, you finally got called in for an audition. You’re excited to have your chance to go in and show the casting ...
film script

You finally hear those three little words: You booked it! That’s right. You have your next acting gig before you and the character you have been chosen to perceive is ...
reel2

As an actor, your headshot may be your calling card. However, it’s your reel that can really make or break your chances before you even walk into the audition room. ...
actor on stage

Performing Acting Monologues can be nerve ­wracking. For a time span of 1-­3 minutes it’s all eyes on you. You need to create the character, the scene, and the circumstance all ...
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You did it! You found the perfect casting notice, you submitted for the role, and now it’s time for you to head into the casting office for an audition. So, you ...