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By the time you arrive at the audition, walk up to the audition monitors desk, you should not only be prepared but looking forward to the opportunity to audition.
Preparing for an audition takes time, patience, a positive outlook and the ability to know that sometimes it just takes commitment and practice to try out for a role, part in a chorus, actor on television or film.
One on One work
These individual sessions can be in person, online or via facetime.
I have also worked with groups of friends that are auditioning for their school musicals, "rock and roll revivals" equity theatre classes, college auditions.
A couple of times a year, I will put together a few workshop.seminars where through exercises and scene work we'll help you either prepare for that next audition, or develop solid audition pieces that you can pull when needed. (There is nothing like a director asking if you have anything else prepared, and well you don't) Don't let that happen to you.
WE NOW COACH ON-LINE!
WE NOW HAVE EXCITING, INFORMATIVE AND FUN WEBINARS!
Taking your mark, slating and performing your piece. Have an audition coming up?
We will work with you to be that "prepared actor", not that "scared actor!"
You got cast! Now what? It is our philosophy that the director is the boss. We can provide support to the process. Having someone to run lines with sometimes is half the battle, and running lines with a professional who understands where not to change and how to help you understand the process of creating a character, beats, the rhythm of a scene, posture and creating, maintaining the commitment and work ethic to not only be the best cast member you can be for this production, but be the person that gets asked back!
Feedback. Sometimes a director, theatre company, casting director, agent or manager will give you feedback, either on the spot or after the fact.
Being able to accept and interpret feedback as well as make adjustments is another practical skill. Sometimes this is on the spot during an audition, sometimes for a call back or it is during the rehearsal process.
Whether or not you are cast in this particular role at this particular time isn't as important as the impression your work has on those doing the casting.
They say oftentimes you are not auditioning for the role you come in for, but for future work, and let's make this audition the best you can make it!