November 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #89: Panicking in an Acting Audition

Tip of the Week

Don't panic if one interview goes bad...and don't let one bad interview spoil the next one. You'll be meeting a lot of agents and casting directors throughout your acting career. Having one bad experience with an auditor does not mean that you'll always have a bad experience. remember that every experience makes you a stronger performer, a stronger artist. Take an objective look at what went wrong and make note of it in order to avoid making the same mistakes in the future. Above all, remember you're human! Kicking yourself too much is just as damaging to your art as being arrogant.

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