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Save the Date! Stonehenge XV will be in DC on April 4th, 2016

We’re pleased to announce the 15th edition of Stonehenge Auditions, the one-day speed casting event for film and video work, is coming back this Spring, just in time for the DC 48 Hour Film Project, final student films, and productions shooting this summer. It will be held at the Source Theatre in Washington, DC on Monday, April 4th from 9am to 6pm.

Note: Pre-registration for actors and producers is required. There are no walk-ins.

Our schedule and the process will be very similar to Stonehenge XIV last fall. Actors will register via StonehengeCasting, which means they need a free profile they can create NOW. Producers will register via WIFV (we’ll link to the exact page when it’s live).

In the meantime, you can get answers to all sorts of questions about the event via our Producer FAQ and Actor FAQ.

If you want to be among the first to know when registration opens and closes for both actors and producers, sign up for our mailing list.

We hope to see many of you at the Henge!

Save the Date! Stonehenge Auditions return to DC on Monday, September 28th

We told you it was coming… and while many specific dates and times need to be set

Stonehenge XIV will be on Monday, September 28th in Washington, DC from 9am to 6pm.

Information is at which is also the page where you’ll see the updates.

Want to know the dates as soon as we know them? Join our mailing list.

Want to make sure you don’t forget to create your free profile on Stonehenge Casting? Go ahead and do it now.

We’re very excited to be co-hosting this event with Women in Film & Video (WIFV) and look forward to seeing many of you at the Henge!

National Film Challenge Here to Scratch Film Competition Itch

For many a local filmmaker, it’s a rub that the 48 Hour Film Project comes but once a year (though we suppose some do Baltimore and Richmond as well). 48HFP realized that and launched the National Film Challenge as an antidote to Fall Film Loss Seasonal Disorder (FFLSD). Now run by some energetic folks out at KDHX Community Media, this competition is open to everyone, but don’t just take it from us, read the official announcement:

Registration for the National Film Challenge is now open.  If you missed your city’s 48 Hour Film Project this year or just want to recreate the thrill of your weekend, now’s your time to go nuts! The premise is simple: you’ll spend 3 days writing, shooting and editing a short fiction film and we’ll give you a genre, prop, line of dialogue and character to incorporate into your film. At the end of the weekend you’ll walk away with not only a completed film but also a sense of accomplishment and memories to last a lifetime. Your film will go on to be screened by a national panel of judges who will determine a winner. The top 15 Finalist films will be available for viewing on the Film Challenge website. Additionally, the top films will receive cash prizes and go on to screen at the 48 Hour Film Project’s Filmapalooza at the Taos Shortz Film Festival.

Grab your camera and some coffee and get ready; the National Film Challenge is on!

Key Dates

Early Bird Registration: NOW OPEN
Regular Registration Begins: September 23
National Film Challenge Dates: October 21-24, 2011
Full information is available at

3rd Actor’s Center Expo, Saturday, September 20th

As you know from our last entry, Stonehenge 8 will occur next year. In the meantime, many actors may want to check out the Third Annual Actors’ Expo, put on by the folks at the Actors’ Center.
As you may not know, many of us at Team J are members of the Actors’ Center and have attended previous Expos. You’ll find a number of workshops and panels that will help you in auditioning technique as well as learning what casting directors are looking for.
The Actors’ Center presents


Saturday, September 20, 2008

Attend the Premiere Conference for Actors in the Washington-Baltimore regions

Sign up today for the 3rd Annual Actors’ Expo in Washington, DC!

Meet the pros – Expand your network – Learn new skills – Get more work

Choose from 30 different workshops and panels presented by more than 60 of the region’s top stage, film and television directors, actors, casting directors and theatre educators. This year’s Actors’ Expo offers everything from panels on Marketing, Casting, and Self-Producing, plus others ­ to workshops on Meisner, Voice Over, Auditioning for Shakespeare, On Camera technique, and many, many more.

It is a great opportunity to:

  • Learn how to succeed as an actor from leading professionals
  • Network with industry professionals & connect with your peers
  • See the latest actor products & services
  • Improve your performance skills

Registration is open to all.

Save money by registering before August 31, 2008.

It’s all on one day, under one roof, at The Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University, in the heart of Washington, DC. There’s ample parking
and it is metro-accessible. Sign up today to reserve your place on September 20th! Seating is limited so sign up early.

Registration is just $35 for Actors’ Center members and only $45 for non-members if you sign up by August 31, 2008. (Prices go up on 9/1/08.)

To register for the 2008 Actors’ Expo visit

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The Actors’ Center is a volunteer membership organization and a nonprofit corporation created by and for actors in the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia.

Actor’s Center to Hold Stonehenge Prep

On March 31st, Michael Gabel will conduct a workshop called Prepping for Stonehenge for Actor Center members. The workshop will be 10:00 am -1:00 pm at Arlington Cultural Affairs Bldg (3700 Four Mile Run) in Room 127. There is a limit of 20 actors.
Actors should prepare a monologue. Note that this happens the Saturday
after actor registration, so you’ll know if you have a guranteed slot
or not. Actor’s Center membership information is available on their website.

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