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Meals 4 Monologues

Room: Doheny

Perform for a Casting Director or Casting Associate and donate to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.

Casting Society Cares, the non-profit 501c3 charitable arm of CSA, and Actors Pro Expo are proud to be hosting Meals 4 Monologues at this year’s event. CSA Casting Directors and Casting Associates will be devoting a full day to seeing union and non-union actors who would like to participate in our food drive to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. We suggest you bring 2 non-perishable donation items to donate to our food drive. This is a food drive to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank – donations are greatly appreciated.

Sign up will be in the exhibition hall starting at 10am – slots are limited, and work on a first come, first served basis.

Please prepare a 1-minute contemporary monologue or a 1- minute contemporary song (acapella) that showcases you as a performer.

Please bring one headshot/resume that will be available to the CSA members in the Casting Room.


Panelists joining Meals 4 Monologues throughout the day today!



April Webster started work in LA at Francis Ford Coppola’s Zoetrope Studios. Her next endeavor was a staff position at Universal Television where she cast several pilots and series.  She also worked with Michael McLean and Assoc on several films and television movies and eventually opened her own offices. As an independent casting director April enjoys working on an eclectic mix of film, television and theater projects that challenge and inspire her.



Karina Walters has 13 years of casting experience. Recent Casting Director credits include the CBS drama “S.W.A.T.”, Lifetime’s critically acclaimed series “UnREAL” and BBC America’s  “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.”



Jason Kennedy is a TV and Film casting director, currently working on the long-running series NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles.



Lisa Miller Katz is currently casting CBS series THE NEIGHBORHOOD.



Cambria Hankin has worked in Film, TV, and Commercial casting but theatrical casting is now her primary focus.



Caroline Liem is a casting director, audition coach and teacher based in Los Angeles. She’s worked for Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, Disney Studios, Sony, Warner Bros, Nick Jr, ABC, CBS, NBC, The CW and Fox.



Matthew Lessall has worked at major networks and studios, and as an independent casting director he recently cast the Netflix feature film and Sundance 2017 selection, ‘Deidra And Laney Rob a Train’ as well as the 2017 SXSW competition film, ‘Maya Dardel.’



Sunday “Sunny” Boling started her career in the feature casting office of 20th Century Fox and now casts under her own company Morman Boling Casting, casting for film, TV and New Media.



Charley Medigovich is an Associate Casting Director working in Film and Television, recipient of the first CSA Associate Spotlight Award, Artios Nominee, a member of the CSA National Board and the Teamsters Local 399 Steering Committee, and the head of Casting Society Cares.


Sandi Logan

Sandi Logan has been a Casting Director for over 22 years. She has cast television pilots, series, Movies-of-the-Week, and mini-series. She works on both comedy and drama projects and has also cast a variety/talk show pilot. In 2003, she was nominated for an Emmy for “Best Casting of a Comedy Series” in 2003 for “Monk.” She has also cast several plays for theatre- most recently, she was the in-house Casting Director for The Falcon Theatre, now renamed the Garry Marshall Theatre in Toluca Lake. During her career, she also spent eight years as the Executive Director, and then Vice President of Casting, at ABC Studios and ABC Network. During her years there, she oversaw over 50 pilots and over 40 series. She is currently casting a drama series for a major network and a comedy series for a streaming service.Sandi received her Bachelor’s degree in Theatre (with an emphasis in Directing) from UC San Diego.



Don’t let her Master’s Degree intimidate you because what makes Sherrie stand out from other Casting Directors is her keen knowledge of the human psyche, and her warm, and friendly personality. Sherrie is loved by most actors (hated by some J) and her Producers and Directors treat her like she is part of their family shortly after their first meeting. Sherrie cast commercials, features, web series, branded content, and the occasional awesome voice over project.



Carmen Cuba is an award-winning casting director whose career began in 1999 on the feature films BULLY and KEN PARK with filmmaker Larry Clark.  She frequently collaborates with Steven Soderbergh, Ridley Scott, and Andrew Haigh, while also contributing to projects with filmmakers such as Sean Baker, The Duffer Brothers, Hiro Murai, Lena Waithe, Tanya Saracho, Patty Jenkins, Tarell McCraney, Alex Garland, and more.  Carmen is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Television Academy, and the Casting Society of America.