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Theatre & Film Studio
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (8)
  • 8
  • Instant book
  • West Hollywood, CA
This theatre and film studio is a massive space with multiple rooms with different settings and themes. Including a movie theatre, a soundstage, 2 theatre stages, 4 bathrooms, a bar and lounge, office spaces, studio spaces, kitchen and bedrooms. The location has load-in areas from the parking lot directly into the location. Multiple staging and holding areas allows you to easily setup your shoot without worrying about sound pollution. You can easily be shooting in one location while staging the next one.
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Million Dollar Theatre
  • $725/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (20)
  • 20
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Minimum Daily Rate that is shown is based on a low impact non commercial still shoot with a crew/talent size of 15 or @ a 10 hour day and does not include access to the entire theater. **Please inquire for accurate estimates for complete access and larger impact jobs. Make sure to include and the following details about your project. Job Name: Dates Needed: What The Shoot is For: Crew/Talent Size: Hours Needed: Areas Needed: Lighting, Audio, Rigging, Etc; Needs: Miscellaneous Information Relevant to Your Shoot:
SuperHost
Flexible Theater & Lounge Space in SoHo
  • $500/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Includes two flexible black-box theatres and a cafe/lounge. The entire facility is 9000 sq feet. The Mainstage Theatre is a 2,200 sq ft. flexible black-box theatre with a sprung wood floor that measures 46' x 46'. It can seat up to 150 (depending on the configuration of the seating platforms) and usually seats 99. The theatre has a complete lighting package, including 92 dimmers and an entire sound system. Suitable for theatre, music, dance, performance, multi-media installations, readings, auditions, meetings, symposiums, presentations, conferences, parties, or classes. The Café can accommodate 50 patrons for readings, symposiums, presentations, weddings, parties, or receptions—available daily and hourly. Birthplace of The Vagina Monologues HERE has been a home to artists for over 25 years. Numerous celebrities have performed on HERE's stages, including Mindy Kaling, Courtney Love, Leonardo DiCaprio, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Michael Urie, Camryn Manheim, Dylan McDermott, Jimmy Simpson, Brian Selznick, and Marisa Tomei.
SuperHost
Intimate Theatre With Vintage Vibes
  • $113/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Vancouver, BC
Historic, classic theatre space with 200 vintage seats. Known as one of the most beautiful rental spaces in Vancouver, with incredible acoustics, and superb service. Available for any kind of event; from music, to weddings, to seminars, to theatre, to special occasions.
SuperHost
Covina Center for the Performing Arts
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (39)
  • 39
  • Instant book
  • Covina, CA
The venue is a beautiful state-of-the-art 144 seat theatre. We have a few different spaces. Our Main Stage seats 144 total, with 119 in the Orchestra (stage level), 21 in the Balcony, and our 2 private Presidential Boxes. We are also home to a Bar & Lounge (on the second floor) which includes our Cabaret Stage. The rental rate gives you access to the Lobby, Bar & Lounge, and Theater.
SuperHost
Bed-Stuy Art House- A Clean & Open Square Space
  • $118/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Brooklyn, NY
People love this space because they can easily visualize their ideas and events happening here. A large clean open square box. White walls. High ceilings. Grey concrete floor. Natural light that is off the hook. Newly renovated bathroom. The border of Bed-Stuy and Bushwick. The only thing people love more is that there are no neighbors above the space and the owner is very responsive to the needs of whoever books.
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Creative Performing Arts Theater in Temecula
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Temecula, CA
Studio Facility is available for hourly rentals to use for your Workshop, Event, Meeting or whatever your imagination can do with 7000 sq ft of flex space. Our facility includes a 40 ft. Green Screen, Creative Maker Space, Production/Multi-Purpose room, Make Up/Dressing Rooms and a Black Box Theater space with control room, a 26’Wx16’D stage that can seat 100 people comfortably, a mini Kitchen and 4 bathrooms. And of course, if you need additional expertise and equipment we are an Award Winning Full Service Video Production Multi Media Solutions Company. ***The rate on the published listing is for a rental fee with Lights and a staff member. Rental fee without Lights and a staff member is $60/hour.
SuperHost
Vintage Theatre
  • $580/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Minimum Rate that is shown is based on a still shoot with a crew/talent size of 15 or less @ a 10 hour day. Please inquire for rates on larger impact jobs and include and the following details about your project. Job Name: Dates Needed: What The Shoot is For: Crew/Talent Size: Hours Needed: Areas Needed: Miscellaneous Info Relevant to Your Shoot:
SuperHost
Ideal venue in downtown Brooklyn
  • $550/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Brooklyn, NY
Bring distinction and elegance to your next event by renting our gorgeous deco style theater space, conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn’s Cultural District. This 1928 vintage theater supplies a stunning, adaptable, and well-equipped setting for weddings, performances, galas & fundraisers, conferences, film screenings & shoots, fashion shows, and more.
SuperHost
Private Theater Room
  • $50/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Rockville, MD
Small theater space for 8 people, large screen and drink bar. pretty straight forward. Modern and clean. Private. No smoking in the building Outside catering is allowed Alcohol allowed a basic theater screening room. if you have more question just contact the listing? The 500 flat fee is for security deposit it is fully refundable. There are TONS of DVD's to use or you can bring your own.
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What people say about Casting on Giggster

Jayden D.
$ 200
2 hours
20 people
4 years ago
Easy place to hold a casting call. This would be great for a small screening too. The space is dark, quiet, and the stage is just the right size. Emmanuel was a terrific host.
Ivan R.
$ 650
5 hours
60 people
4 years ago
This recording studio made a perfect spot for holding auditions. We could record while being in the booth and giving the actors room to work. We did casting for voice talent and the price was right and the place well-set-up! Easy to get to!
Marin C.
$ 720
4 hours
40 people
3 years ago
Easy-to-use place to hold a casting call. This would work great for small screenings too. The space is pleasantly dim, quiet, and the stage is just the right size. Emmanuel was a terrific host.
Merva D.
$ 100
2 hours
25 people
3 years ago
Organized our auditions in this recording studio. We could record while being in the booth and give the actors room to work. Did casting for voice talent, too. The price was right and the place well-set-up! Easy to get to!

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About Casting

The importance of good casting can never be underestimated. Of course, finding the right talent for your next creative endeavor is about more than just finding someone with the perfect look. They also need to be experienced and professional, hard-working and easy to work with, and with all the necessary skills to get the job done right.

But before you can begin the casting process for your next project, you need to find the right casting location. The best casting space will not only be perfectly practical, with all the space and facilities you need, but it’ll also be easily accessible and help create a professional image for your production.

So how do you find a great venue to help take the stress out of casting day? Let’s take a closer look at some of the casting venue options and how to find a space that offers everything you need.

The Best Casting Venues

You might be surprised by the diverse range of venues that can be used to cast your next project. Some are traditional theaters and performance venues, while others double as office venues and creative studios. The choice comes down to working out what sort of setting you need for success, then finding a suitable space.

  • Theaters and Auditoriums
    For some projects, you’ll want your prospective talent to tread the boards in a theater. From community theaters and auditoriums to grand concert venues and playhouses, there’s a diverse range of spaces to choose from. Using them will give you the chance to assess how each actor performs on stage, and how effectively they command the space. This underground theater in LA is perfect if you want to see talent audition up-close in an intimate performance setting.

  • Studio Spaces
    The studio environment is a great choice when you need to assess talent in front of the camera. You’ll have different lighting, backdrops, and props at your disposal, and many spaces offer all the tech features you need for a full-scale dress rehearsal.

  • Performance Spaces
    Performance spaces come in all shapes and sizes. Some are old industrial warehouses or underground bars, while others are bright and airy lofts, gallery spaces, or churches. Each space offers its own unique atmosphere that could help you discover the perfect person for the role.

  • Office Spaces
    Some casting days work best when run in a humble office environment. Practicality is often the main aim when you choose this sort of casting venue, as it gives you a chance to efficiently audition a long list of people in a convenient location.

What to Look for in Casting Spaces

Choosing a casting space isn’t always as straightforward as you might expect. Take some time to think about what you need in a venue and why, and how you can use the right space to better assess the skills of the talent you’re assessing. And as always, make sure you have a budget and stick to it.

  • Location
    First and foremost, the best casting venue is one that’s easily accessible. Something in a central location will often work well, but it’s also important to consider factors such as proximity to public transport before you book a space.

  • Size
    Any location you choose will obviously need to have sufficient space for you to work with. That means room for you and any crew to operate comfortably, green room space where actors can prepare, and of course some sort of performance or interview space where the talent can strut their stuff.

  • Facilities and Amenities
    Now it’s time to cast your eye over prospective venues from a practical point of view. Make a checklist of the must-haves for your casting space, which may include things like private parking, stage space, sound and lighting systems, auditorium-style seating, green room, heating/cooling system, and musical equipment. This list could be a long one, so take some time to make sure you haven’t forgotten anything.
  • The Right Price
    The other factor to consider is how long you will need the space for. Casting sessions can often run longer than expected, so keep your budget in mind when deciding on the best space for your needs.

Casting Inspiration

Making the right casting decisions starts with finding the right casting venue. But once you have a clear idea of exactly what you need from a space, it’s easy to find and compare a wide range of options.

  • Treading the Boards in a Theater
    Sometimes the best way to determine an actor’s suitability for a role is to see them perform on stage. That way you can not only assess their look and acting chops, you can also determine whether they’ve got what it takes to command the audience’s attention.

  • Running Lines in a Rehearsal Room
    Rehearsal rooms are designed with practicality in mind, so whatever you need for your casting session, you’ll find it in a properly equipped rehearsal space. We’re talking plenty of room to move, different flooring options, mirrors, AV gear, musical instruments, and essential furniture. Perfect when you’re auditioning multiple people at once to see if they’ve got the right chemistry.

  • Green Screen Audition
    Does your next creative project call for actors to do some or even all of their work in front of a green screen? If so, doing a dry run in a green screen studio is a must. There’s no shortage of green screen stages to choose from, and they typically include all the lighting gear and tech equipment you need to get to work straight away.

  • Strutting Their Stuff in a Dance Studio
    Acting can be a very physical profession, and the most talented performers can communicate exactly how they’re feeling without even saying a word. So if you need a casting space where actors can run, jump, dance, prance, and cavort in comfort, a dance studio could give you the sort of blank canvas you need to get to work.