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  • Did you change the name of the school?
    YES! We decided to change the name to the School of Screen Acting @Boston Casting. This change reflects our expertise in the television and film industry, with more than 30 years of experience with our sister company, Boston Casting. Don't worry, we're offering the same classes and workshops that you know and love (and more!).
  • How do I register for a class/headshot clinic?
    You can register for a class or headshot clinic right here on our website! Click HERE to see a complete list of upcoming classes and headshot clinics. We update the class offerings frequently, so be sure to check back often for updates.
  • What forms of payment do you accept?
    When registering online, you are required to pay in full using a credit card (Amex, Discover, Mastercard or Visa). This is the quickest and easiest method to register and hold your spot in a class. If you would like to pay by check, please email the school director at Please note: If your check is returned for non-sufficient funds, you expressly authorize your account to be electronically debited or bank drafted for the amount of the check plus any applicable fees. The use of a check for payment is your acknowledgment and acceptance of this policy and its terms and conditions.
  • How is your studio taking precautions through COVID-19?
    About our COVID compliant studio: *Boston Casting follows all up-to-date COVID-19 CDC guidelines as well as the City of Boston’s recommendations. At this time, masks are considered optional for all students, regardless of vaccination status. When you arrive for class, please walk into the building and go straight to Suite 109 (there is no need to arrive early for class).
  • What are the snow/ice protocols for in-studio classes?
    In the event of inclement weather, in-studio classes will be held virtually instead. Please check your email and/or our social media channels before you head out. If you don't receive an email or see a posting on social media, assume the class is meeting as usual.
  • What are your COVID-19 policies for headshot clinics?
    Our hair/make-up stylist, Rachael Berkowitz, will be ready to make you look and feel your best. Rachael has all of the protective gear and disposable tools needed, and has recently received two certifications for hair/makeup safety in regards to COVID-19. If you prefer to bring any of your own makeup, feel free. We want everyone to feel comfortable and will make any accommodation possible to put you at ease. Our photographer will wear a mask upon request.
  • What are your cancellation/refund policies?
    Please click HERE to review our updated cancellation policy.
  • How do I learn about audition opportunities at Boston Casting?
    In order to be considered for audition opportunities and background work at Boston Casting, all actors need to create a talent profile with our online database, AgencyPro. The basic account is free, and you can upload two photos and create a resume for yourself. Once you're in the system you will be eligible for opportunities that you may be right for! CLICK HERE to get started!
  • Will taking a workshop or class get me auditions/roles?
    No. Workshops are a learning experience. They are not an audition or employment opportunity. When the workshop is over, the Casting Director teaching will not be taking home, nor be given access to your headshot, resumé, or any other of your promotional materials. However, with that said, a trained actor is a strong actor! We recommend actors take classes to improve on technique and learn new skills (whether that’s with us or somewhere else).
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