Audition Techniques – Staying Vulnerable


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Acting is an art that elevates the most human aspects of the story and reminds us all of who we are. That is a very tall order but, if you aspire to be a successful actor that will be your job every rehearsal, every performance, every time onstage. Why not start with the audition?

The next practical consideration is to expect the unexpected. There are as many scenarios as their are auditions. While some commonalities occur each production is extremely unique and each creative approaches their audition expectations differently. Whatever you are guided to do, do it. Directors and producers have a long list of challenges ahead of them as far as getting a production up and running. Adding a “difficult to work with” actor is probably NOT something they want to add to the list. Be open to direction, easygoing with the process and vulnerable in your performances.

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