October 27, 2006, Newsletter Issue #38: First Time Audition Conduct

Tip of the Week

Simple things can go a long way in an audition. Showing respect, for yourself, for your fellow actors, and for your auditors in an important component for any first time audition. Your resume and headshot should be well assembled. Show that you put some thought into your application. It's best not to speak unless you are asked a question (or are performing your audition, obviously). If you need to ask your auditors anything, keep it brief and relevant.

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