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Is it embarrassing to go to casting workshops if I'm experienced?
Where can experienced actors meet casting directors?
I'm an experienced auditioner, should I do workshops?
What workshops should I do as an experienced actor?
Should I do long form casting director classes if I'm known?
Am I too well known to be attending casting workshops?
Am I too experienced to be attending casting workshops?
Can I be too experienced to go to casting workshops?
Can actors be too experiences to do casting workshops?
Is there a time when you become too experienced to do casting workshops?