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  • 3 Don’ts When Mastering the Art of Auditioning

    When actors come to me and say they really want to work on their craft, I know that I am not the coach for them. The audition goes against everything we are taught as actors. To me, acting is so intricate and complex that I know it’s something I will learn more about when I’m 90. Lately I have been more vocal about my philosophy that the audition must be taught as an art form and that has garnered one or two angry responses. However my job is to talk to you, the actors, and tell you what is not being taught. 
    1. As an actor we strive to connect. In an audition? Don’t. “Connect!” We have all heard that at one point or another in our training. If you try and connect in an audition you will fail. The casting director observes your choices and looks at you to see if you look the part and if you have the essence of what they are looking for. If they are to act with you then that could affect or change your performance. Just this morning a new client came in fresh off getting her BFA from USC and had been auditioning for the past six months with no success. The first thing we did after talking for a few minutes was have her pretend she was coming into the room to read for me. Immediately she was

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