November 30, 2007, Newsletter Issue #92: Acting Audition Readings

Tip of the Week

Always come prepared to a reading. Make sure that you know the material that you have been given beforehand. If necessary, ask pertinent questions about the character you are about to portray. It's expected you have done your homeowrk, so keep any questions brief. You don't want the auditioners' time to be wasted. If you are given direction during or after a read, follow it exactly, even if you disagree with it. Directors sometimes work in mysterious ways, so it's best to go with the flow.

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