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  • 5 Basic Principles of Booking

    Before I begin to touch on some important principles of booking, I need you all to understand that there are many reasons why an actor doesn’t book. Most of the time, it has nothing to do with your talent, and has everything to do with your approach. Seriously, if I could tell you the exact quotient to booking, then I would be on my yacht sailing around the Bahamas. And though there’s no definitive formula, you can bet from my years of experience, there are some definite principles. By practicing these few, your auditioning to booking ratio should rise!
    1. A career is not a job. The first thing you must understand is that a career is not a job. Your job is to work on your career. A career spans a lifetime and the only way that you will not work is if you quit. With that said, make sure you think of yourself as if you are in training for the Olympic Games. You need to practice everyday. Go out on as many auditions as possible so that you become an expert at booking. Learn how to work a room. Learn how to work the technique. Learn all about your emotional instrument. You can do the best homework in the world, but if you’re not feeling the character, then we won’t see the character. Getting out of your head

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