Actors edit their own conflict calendar, right from their computer or smartphone. It saves paper and removes a heavy burden for very busy stage managers who would usually compile conflicts manually. Cast member conflict calendars sync automatically with the rehearsal schedule, and the show's director can approve or reject late changes.
Directors can start building the rehearsal schedule as soon as they finish the cast list. Adding a rehearal takes about 30 seconds and Cast98 automatically imports the entire cast's conflicts for easy side-by-side comparison.
The auditionee dashboard is an all-in-one-place hub for online theatre auditions. Directors that want a full-featured tool to manage auditions logistics have access to online audition forms and auditionee scorecards for saving notes and rating performers in key skill areas.
Death to unwieldy spreadsheets! Cast members can login to view the rehearsal schedule at any time, and everybody gets a personalized schedule automatically. Actors see all of their rehearsals in one place and can export them to their favorite calendar app.
Yes, you can demo Cast98 before you buy it. Login with the username DanielDemo and the password DemoCast98.
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It will take you 15 minutes to get setup and stage managing your first show with Cast98. These tasks are only necessary once.
Performers create their own profile and manage their own information. Directors post shows from their studio page. Performers opt-in for a show by completing an audition form, then the director can build a cast list and begin scheduling rehearsals.
Cast98 exists to help community theaters automate tedious show logistics. We're not here only for the big Broadway groups like other stage management software... we support local theater.
Our plain and simple price is $98 per show.
Cast member conflicts sync with the Schedule Builder automatically, saving precious hours compared to doing it by hand.
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Cast98 exists to help small-budget community theatres overcome the logistical challenges of putting on large-scale productions.