On occasion, an auditioner may wish to talk to you after your technical performance. While many professionals weigh the actor's performance more heavily, the interview is still very important. Whatever you do, don't "act" during an interview. Be yourself. Be professional and courteous. Present yourself well, in terms of both dress and demeanor. Feel free to answer any questions that are put to you in an honest way, but be careful of talking too much. It's always good to leave a little mystery so that they'll want more!
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