In the job world, a resume carries a lot of weight. It shows your skills and your education, as well as the job positions you've held and the locations they were at. Acting resumes are the same; however, you have your past roles and the shows you've been in versus the past employment history. Just the same, though, the location, the director, the role, the education, the training - they all carry a clout and a weight. In the film and television world, IMDb is a bit of an online resume. IMDb stands for Internet Movie Database. If you want to know the information on any film, actor, or director - just check out this site. When actors submit to different projects, one of the first things a casting director may do is check IMDb for their list of credits.
What I've learned from posting In Retrospect on IMDb is that it is not an easy process, and you can easily be denied if your project does not seem legitimate. However, our team has been working hard to make sure all of our ducks are in a row. So, when we applied to be recognized on IMDb, we were granted eligibility, which was super exciting! You can check us out HERE.
We're moving right along with the production. We had another rehearsal with the cast last night and are getting things into shape. We're going to be learning the music and heading into the studio next month to record the vocals to all of the songs. During this time, we will also begin learning the choreography to all of the different sequences. We're making final decisions on locations for filming and sifting through schedules to solifidy shoot dates.
Can't wait to share this incredible journey with you! Thanks for all of the support! Stay tuned!