Irvine, CA, December 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Producers and actors both share similar problems when it comes to holding first auditions. Endless lines, heat waves and expenses that pile up on top of each other, to name just a few of the concerns. Fortunately, there's now a better way for many producers and actors to hold first auditions, using a enterprise level tool that's a win/win for everyone involved in the audition process, the recently launched ActingShowcase Casting Tool. Developed from the ground up by an industry insider, the tool allows film makers to keep track of their casting calls and gives them the ability to record actors via a live stream, and refer to those recordings, as if they were audition tapes. This removes the need for renting rooms, actors having to wait on long lines in harsh conditions and frees up time and energy on both sides of the equation, while also saving money.
“We're offering a way, with our new ActingShowcase Casting Tool, to achieve success finding the right cast that's quicker and more convenient,” commented a spokesperson from the company. “We put all the tools right at a producer's fingertips. This eliminates the need to look for tapes, or even to really leave the workstation at all while working on auditions.”
According to ActingShowcase, using the tool is a simple three step process. A audition is created, it's simply linked to and logged in through email, and then roles are established, auditioned for and reviewed.
Actors have been quick to deliver praise to the process of auditioning using this innovative new tool.
Jessica Huss, an actress from California, recently said, “Wow! At first, I thought, just another talent cattle call, but during the first audition, I was like... why aren't all of the producers running their auditions like this?”
Tamas Menyhart, agreed on how easy ActingShowcase is to use, also recently giving the tool and endorsement, “My favorite feature is how I can audition while I'm sunbathing at the beach on my mobile phone.”
The maximum monthly cost of using the tool is $300 a month, significantly less expensive than even auditioning twice in the same time period, which would cost a producer an estimated minimum of $400.
For more information be sure to visit http://actingshowcase.com.