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  • 5 Tips for Thriller, Horror, and Supernatural Auditions

    My office has subjected our neighbors to a fair amount of screaming, sobbing, and agonizing deaths, after casting for supernatural projects such as “Twilight” and NBC’s “Grimm” (76 episodes and counting), thrillers such as “Untraceable” and “Gone,” and horror films such as the upcoming “Cabin Fever: Reboot.” But fear not: We’ve learned what it takes to excel at these types of genre auditions along the way. Enter if you dare….
    1. Commit. It’s always important to immerse yourself in the world of the story, and even more critical in genre films and television. The situations and characters may be so outlandish, that it’s essential to truly invest and believe in them in order for the audience to come along for the ride. No matter how over the top the script is, dig deep to find your character’s underlying objectives, hopes, fears, strengths, and weaknesses, so that your performance remains rooted in authenticity. And educate yourself as well: When casting for “Grimm,” we can always tell whether or not actors have seen the show by the way they morph into Wesen (the show’s monsters)…or fail to.
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