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  • 5 Tips for a First-Class Pilot Season

    The holiday season is behind us, which means Hollywood is moving on to the next magical season: Pilot Season. And a new year means new opportunities for actors as new television shows are created and cast. Here are some tips to help your pilot season take flight.
    1. Take it easy, but take it. An audition is a strange job interview because you’re asked to do a lot of the work before you get hired. I recommend learning a play-based problem solving technique so your response to the creative problems of auditions is joy rather than fear. Do your homework: Learn what you can about the show’s tone and style and make choices that belong in that world. If preparation is particularly challenging, or it’s your first time in a new category—first guest star role, for example—work with a coach who can help you make sure your audition is both well prepared and alive in the moment. Prepare fully and have fun with it.
    2. Stay present. Great acting requires living in the moment, and how we talk to ourselves affects how we perform. If you get three scripts on Friday to prepare for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, it’s only natural to feel underprepared on the day. When sitting in the lobby

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