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  • The Perfectly Imperfect Audition

    In any audition, in every audition, whether it is for screen, stage, dancing, or singing, you strive for perfection. You are on show. You are being tested. Your skill is under the microscope.
    So you strive for a mistake-free, meticulously structured delivery. But if, for example, you deliver a technically flawless dance audition, you do not stand out. You have shown no individuality, no personal stamp. So you may be qualified to be in the chorus.
    The person who dances the solo is the guy or girl who appears effortless and individual. Indeed, the greatest dancers make it look like they have never taken a dance class in their life. They danced out of their mother’s womb!
    And the same applies if you are to succeed at any audition.
    In acting, you practice the delivery and prepare the moments and pauses. You deliver a faithful rendition of the audition pages. Your delivery is so structured, we can literally see the full stops on the page.
    And yet, when we see the great screen actors perform, we can believe that there was never a script in the first place. Such is the unique rhythm they have created. They make us believe they are speaking lines for the first time.
    An audition is a fear-instilling place—a room bereft

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