Reading the Call Sheet to Make You a Better Performer: Quiz 1

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Reading the Call Sheet to Make You a Better Performer: Quiz 1
You'll need to correctly answer at least 7 of the 13 questions below (at least 50%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: If you are Cast, how do you generally FIRST receive your call sheet?
Question #2: Your agent does not need to know about your allergies or accommodation requirements.
Question #3: In our ACTRA agreements, Background Performers must be able to view the call sheet on the shoot day if they request.
Question #4: Who is the Executive Producer of Guns vs Butter?
Question #5: Where is BG Holding?
Question #6: On a call sheet, you will more often see a “Pull” than a “Push.”
Question #7: What is the shoot day’s warmest temperature?
Question #8: What Cast ID # is the character Rajvir?
Question #9: Which Cast Member(s) start on the episode today?
Question #10: A performer’s Call Time is always their Hair and Makeup Time.
Question #11: What is the Call Time for Stand-In 2 (Marcus McBride)?
Question #12: It’s a very good idea to arrive to set at least 15 minutes earlier than your Call Time.
Question #13: Your Call Time is when you have to be on set, but at this time you still have time to get a coffee from Craft Services.