Posts Tagged ‘audition’

5 Audition Tips from a Casting Director

Casting directors are always looking for the “it” factor when considering new talent in auditions. They want to see how marketable and talented you really are. How are they able to tell how talented someone is in short audition and interview? They have years of experience and know exactly what the directors and producers are…

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5 Tips for Choosing the Perfect Monologue

Whether you’re auditioning for a play, television series, or film, you’re going to need to perform a monologue. Casting directors and producers are looking for the right person to fit a specific role and your job is to show them that person is you. One of the most difficult parts of auditioning is finding the…

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How to Prepare For a Virtual Audition

  As today’s world becomes increasingly digitalized, so does the entertainment industry. More and more castings and auditions are taking place via video submission and live virtual auditions. Will you be prepared when its your turn ? What to Wear: Solid clothes in black or jewel-toned colors are recommended. Bright colors and patterns can be distracting. Natural hair…

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How to Impress at an Audition

  You’ve got an audition! Get on with your bad self. You may be asking yourself this question: “So what now?“ The difference between a good audition and a stand-out audition is preparation. A performer can be wildly talented but still blow his or her shot at being cast due to lack of proper preparation. We…

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