Becky Ann Baker chats about Nightfire, her career and why she’s had staying power, audition tips and why she hates self-tapes.
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Chelsea Rendon chats about the last season of Vida, her audition for Mari and how director David Ayer introduced her to acting teacher Ivana Chubbuck.
Actor David Harbour recognizes that trying to become a professional actor is, even at its best, a “humiliating” process.
Gadot revealed what happened when she first attended a screen test for Batman v Superman director, Zach Snyder
“I like to be totally memorized because if you’re not fully memorized, you can’t really make choices.” – Matt Shively on Auditioning
What should you do if your audition sides include talking on the phone?
“Auditions are like a blind date for the casting director and the actor. The audition starts the minute you walk in the room” – Casting Director Bernie Telsey
Remember: It’s about how hard you tried during the audition. If you tried as hard as you could, no one can take that away from you.
Interview: Talent Manager/Producer Geoffrey Soffer on Finding Actors, Self-Taping Audition Tips and More!
Geoffrey Soffer talks about his transition to talent mangement/producing, discovering new talent and what to avoid when doing a self tape audition
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2AZJQTsNTY Seth Rudetsky, actor, musician and a host on SiriusXM’s Broadway channel, has been…
James: “You know when a role’s yours”
Bob Odenkirk and the ‘Nebraska’ Cast Offer Up Audition Tips: “An audition is a chance to act that day”
Auditions are one of the most important components of an actor’s career. However, it is…
Having the audition preparation you need to land the role will help to launch your acting career.
Interview: Casting Director Heidi Levitt talks ‘The Artist’, What She Finds in Successful Actors and Her App, ActorGenie
Heidi: “I want an actor who is willing to work the long haul and not just looking for success immediately”
Benson Simmonds tells us that quality and more
Do you know how to conduct yourself in the final stages of winning a role?
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.
Here’s a simple strategy outlining how you can become known by casting directors by utilizing workshops
Sutton Foster, who is currently on tour doing a one-woman show, was at Northwestern University recently for a talk with its theater students where she answered questions on all things musical theater.
We all have those days when our confidence level isn’t the best. Acting coach, Benson Simmonds is here to help!