So you’re in the market to rent casting space, but you’ve got a wide array of options. Some rooms can be rented for a low as $8 hr- but what are you really getting for your money?
In the world of renting from casting facilities, buyer beware. When renting casting rooms, always be sure that your space has at least 100 sq ft in space. That will give you enough room for a desk, a couple of chairs, and a space where an actor can stand before you to deliver their lines.
Auditioning more than one actor simultaneously? In that case, you’ll probably want space that’s at least 12 ft. long and 12 ft wide. After all, nothing is more awkward than having actors who don’t know one another start to step on each other’s toes.
Also, when shopping around for casting space, always be sure that you’re able to see pictures of the casting space so that you can a clear visual representation of your surroundings during your casting session.
Finally, be sure that the casting studio you’re renting from offers a phone number that you can contact in case you have a last-minute schedule change. For more information on what to look for in casting space, check out the Yelp! page appropriately titled: best casting space in LA: