March 7, 2008, Newsletter Issue #106: Delivering a Monologue Audition

Tip of the Week

Make sure that your monologue is flexible in terms of performance space. Each audition may place you in a new environment. Be prepared to perform in front of one person or a whole panel of auditors. Some may even seem to be ignoring you. Do not let this affect your performance. You may be reading in an office, a studio, or on a theatre stage. Your monologue performance should be able to adjust to both small and large spaces, yet always capture the same feeling. The audience should always feel drawn in by your performance.

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