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  • How to Personalize Your Audition Material, Part 2

    Last week I gave you Part 1 of a series, “How to Personalize Your Audition Material.” At the end of that article, we promised two more ways to bring yourself to your auditions. Without further ado…
    Find a person in your same type/age category and track their career. This is one of the best ways to find pieces that fit your type. Do some research and find the actors who look/sound like you and tend to do the kind of work that inspires you. Then, go through their résume/credits history and note all of the projects they’ve done. This is an amazing way to discover plays and musicals that might be perfect for you. You can use a local actor or someone on Broadway, or anyone in between. For example, I did this with Kerry Butler and happily discovered the musical, “Blood Brothers.”
    Doing this, too, might also allow you some prime researching of how the actors you admire got to where they are. Understanding the history of those who’ve “made it” can make a big difference in your career, because you and see the progression from Point A to Point B.
    Use monologue books to find authors who write in your voice. Now, before you contradict that statement with “But I thought

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