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Actors Network SA mixer tonight


Featuring Austin casting director Donise L. Hardy (left). Read the press release below for all the info.

Actors Network SA

July Mixer

Guest Speaker: Casting Director Donise L. Hardy

Thursday, July 1, 2010

6:30 pm — 8:30 pm

Guest Speaker Q and A: 7:00pm Sharp

C 4 Workspace

108 King William

San Antonio, TX 78205

Actors Network SA is honored to have Casting Director, Donise L. Hardy, as our guest speaker for the month of July.

She plans to open her casting office in Austin, July 2nd.

All actors are invited to attend!

Come and join our local acting community to gather information about upcoming productions and acting related events in the SA Area.

Our marketing table will be available to display your marketing materials (Headshots/Resumes/Business Cards etc) if you have them.

Break a leg and see ya at the mixer!

Donise L. Hardy, C.S.A., began her casting career in San Francisco in 1991; three years later, she established her Los Angeles firm. In 1999, a move to Austin quickly positioned Donise as the busiest commercial casting director in the State of Texas.

Donise has cast hundreds of commercials, dozens of films and industrials during her 19 — year career.

Before taking her career to new heights, Donise was a high-fashion model, a print model, an extra, an actor, a baby booker, a talent agent and an extras casting director giving her a unique perspective on casting.

Throughout her career, Donise has taught classes, specializing in commercial audition technique. Her classes are in high demand and are recommended by casting directors, agents, coaches, talent and moms throughout the state. Having conducted hundreds of thousands of auditions, gives her a special insight into the process.

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