callboard

call·board

 (kôl′bôrd′)
n.
A bulletin board backstage in a theater for posting instructions and notices.

callboard

(ˈkɔːlˌbɔːd)
n
a notice board listing opportunities for performers
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The first time Robinson saw her name on the callboard for the next day's rehearsal of Revelations, she couldn't sleep, she said.
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Her work has appeared in Callboard magazine, and she starred in the film Heart of the Possible.
On Melrose Place: Callboard Theatre (8451), 852-9205.
The LoftCity team also offers a "Call for Productions" page that serves as a callboard for special contests awarding grants, and parties (I.
Callboard, Dance Datelines, News Cues and Hullabaloos, and, since the early 1960s, Presstime News.