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    Need a little motivation? Our Backstage Experts are full of amazing advice to help move your career forward, and we wouldn’t want you to miss one drop of it. Here are five tips to keep in mind during the week ahead! 
    Memorize and prep your auditions with games.“Take a hat or bowl and write 10 different emotions down as well as 10 different situations, professions, or environments on separate pieces of paper. In a sandstorm, walking on a tightrope, as a teacher, or as a 4-year-old child. Throw each one into a bowl or hat and each time you do the scene pick a different piece of paper. This is a great way to not only learn the scene, but also to discover something you may not have thought of.” —Sara Mornell
    Be hair-raisingly good in the room.“Thriller, horror, and supernatural narratives rely heavily on surprise and suspense, so avoid playing the end of the scene at the beginning, or telegraphing what’s going to happen next. Allow your character (and hence, the audience) to discover as they go along. Is your character the red herring? Don’t give it away by acting suspiciously. Does your character expect a knife-wielding maniac to attack her as she gets into her car? Unless it says so

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