- Memorise your piece. Nothing screams "I don't have what it takes" like drying in the middle of your monologue. Nail the lines cold.
- Slow down. The people who are watching your audition have never heard your monologue before, and no matter how eager they may be to hear it they can't if you talk too fast.
- It's a performance. Treat your audition with as much seriousness as you would a show. Again, we're looking for a professional attitude and commitment.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Preparing for an Audition
We've got just over a month until our open auditions on March 27th. If you're looking to just come on out, have some fun and do some cold reads from the shows this season there isn't really much preparation you need to do (although it might be a good idea to bring your calendar). But if you're interested in performing a prepared audition piece here's a few things you should keep in mind: