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  • 8 Pilot Season Prep Tips for Young Performers

    Hear that? That’s the sound of pilot season coming with all of the last-minute auditions, cold-reads, memorizing pages of lines, frantic racing around, and late night self-taping, all in the hopes of landing that big TV role. It’s that time of year, between December and April, when kids and teens are expected to memorize 12 pages of Disney dialogue at 10 p.m. the night before, in addition to school work, lessons, sports, commercial and voiceover auditions, never mind trying to squeeze in a social life. It’s a crazy, crazy season where everyone hopes to land that one role that could get picked up to series and change everything on a dime.
    When that audition comes you have to be ready, whether you have five minutes or five days to prepare. It starts now, getting yourself into the right mindset to be prepared when an opportunity comes your way. Our job as coaches for kids and teens is to help them give the best audition possible, win over the room, feel empowered and confident in their choices, learn how to bring the script to life, and hopefully book the job. Being prepared means working on your audition and memorization skills, on-camera technique, staying healthy, feeling rested and focused, choosing

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