- Brown Belt
- Posts: 989
- Joined: Mon Jul 30, 2007 2:55 pm
DC...I am going to Providence, but haven't attended any other casting calls, but I'll give you what I've heard from others I know.
1. Need informed venue staffing. I know someone who attended the Chicago auditions and the security guy knew nothing about two lines, one for gold pass and one for non gold pass people. They were there earlier than some gold pass members, but because of lack of knowledge and organization, they waited unnecessarily in the wrong line.
2. Feedback. Ok, maybe not totally possible, but if your invention doesn't get selected, it would be nice to know why. Was it not any good? Was there something else like it on the market? Do the judges not understand it? You wouldn't need to go into tons of descriptions, but its discouraging to present an idea, get turned down, and not know where to go from there. No sense waisting time on an invention that won't work, the added feedback would be invaluable.
Could even have the judges have a simple evaluation sheet that is checked off.