What To Wear For Your Self Tape Audition

Many Casting Directors are finding that self tape auditions are a good and efficient way to filter out quite a chunk of candidates: Therefore. saving time for the actor and casting director. 

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How Do I Bring My Own Take to an Already-Written Character?

The more empathic and curious an actor can be, the more interested she is in learning about others, which will make it easier for her to bring her own take to a character.

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11 Ways To Up Your Audition Game

As a talent agent it is very important that those I work with are continually refining their performance in the audition room.  FACT: How consistently well an actor performs in the audition room is what actually matters most to us! 

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One Audition Can Change Everything

Working to make it as an actor, and by "make it" I literally just mean booking enough jobs consistently to actually be able to pay bills, can seem like quite the challenge for those learning how to become an actor.  

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How To Write A Talent Resume The Right Way

Having a talent resume is one, of three, CRUCIAL steps for any talent to get started in the business.  You will staple your resume directly to the back of your 8x10 head shot when attending castings, auditions and/or mailing submissions to agencies and managers.

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Four Things Talent Should Understand From The Beginning.

Would you trust anyone to be your doctor simply because they watch a lot of hospital dramas on television,  have just always dreamed of being a doctor, and therefore believe themselves to be just as qualified as a real doctor? Would you trust adorable young kiddos to give you that amazing new haircut currently trending on Pinterest that you have been wanting and have even created your own private board for last week?  If I were to guess the answer.... I would have to guess....No. and WHY???????  BECAUSE:  Due to lack of training, qualification and experience!  Did I get it?  Do you agree?  (#iamnotwrong)

To work as a professional creative artist in the entertainment industry, whether as an actor, dancer, singer, musician, all of the above, and really any entertainment professional for that matter, the rule still applies.

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