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  • 6 Audition No-No’s for the Young Performer

    All performers want the one audition secret to guarantee them a fabulous role. Sometimes it is not what you do, but what you don’t do that can make a difference. This is especially true for young performers and their parents who deal with the natural emotional ups and downs of childhood. Here are a few little tips for the parents of little people to make a big difference at the next audition:
    1. Don’t bring a costume. Wearing a costume often helps young performers slip into character and feel in control. This may create a problem for the casting director, however, who needs to connect with your child as much as the character they are playing. The way to make this work for everyone is to dress in the flavor of the character and piece, but not in a full blown costume. When playing the part of a wealthy girl from the 19th century, for example, have your child put long hair up in a bun and wear a skirt or dress that is current in styling but falls below the knee. 
    2. Don’t bring the entire family. Auditioning is exciting for the entire family. But the reality is that auditions can be a minefield of family friction with long periods of waiting that go through lunch and finish in rush hour

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