October 20, 2006, Newsletter Issue #37: First Time Audition Research

Tip of the Week

Make sure that you are as informed as possible before going into an audition. You should always know as much as possible about the director and his or her previous work. When selecting a part to audition for, think of the audition in terms of your past and future work. Be sure that you “fit” the part that you are auditioning for. Whenever possible, read the entire script -- not just your part -- so that you are able to discuss the piece, if necessary.

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