"Get in, do your thing, and get out like you have somewhere better to be." - Alfred Molina's Audition Advice
In order to maximize your efficiency in booking roles, monitoring your figures is essential.
Having been to quite a few auditions & listened to a lot of Casting Directors, actress Sharon Spink has a list of etiquette rules when it comes to auditions.
What did you bring to the audition that sets you apart? What did you do differently to everyone else who walked into the audition room that day?
"I’m a lifer actor," James Tupper told me. "I went to drama school and got a Master’s. I did the way of the less talented. I had to just find a way to keep it going where I could really break in."
Auditions are an art unto themselves. The more of them you do, ideally, the better you get.
An audition can be a nerve-wracking experience, so you’ll need every advantage you can get
That’s one of the most frustrating bits about this biz of ours, isn’t it?
Your perception and experience in an audition has nothing to do with what is actually happening
Rudetsky recently gave some local Sarasota, Florida talent very helpful and honest advice in regards to auditioning as a singer in musical theater.
Actors are constantly worrying about what is going on in the mind of the director at the audition...they shouldn't
The most important thing to remember when auditioning for any role is that only one person will get it. That one person could be you.
Tamala Jones talks about Castle,, how she got her start in acting and what it takes to get that medical dialog memorized!