Auditors note your character traits during acting auditions. Be sure that you present yourself as a person that they would want to work with. Show that you communicate well. Should any conflicts come up, try to mitigate them amicably. Make sure that you confirm and commit to audition times; auditors will not look favorably upon you if you keep changing dates. Show up on time (or early, if possible) so you have plenty of time to sign in and get comfortable with the environment. Do not use your audition slot as a chance to warm up! Do this before you set foot in the audition room.
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SFT's four-week intensive acting program "Summer in the City" will have two terms this summer. Act your heart out and earn college credit at the same time! What's in it for you? Four incredible weeks in the heart of New York City, working with a faculty of working actors, directors and producers. Contact Jenny toll-free at SFT today, 888-645-0030, extension 107.