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  • 6 Travel Tips for Your Next L.A. Audition

    One of the biggest advantages an actor can have in Los Angeles is the ability to be efficient. L.A. is a massive playground filled with beaches and beautiful people. If you’re a newbie, you’ll come to find that auditions can take up most of your day. It’s not exactly the audition itself, but the duration of getting there. If you’re one of the many actors who balances a job (or two), arriving to your audition may be the bulk of your trouble. Parking zones, traffic, and unforeseen circumstances all contribute to a late or even missed audition. I’ve listed some tips below to increase efficiency while traversing L.A.’s convoluted transportation options.
    1. Be realistic. You’re confirmed for an audition, so the first thing is that you need to do is spend at least a few minutes getting as much information as possible about the production you will be auditioning for. Your agent may have some information, too.  If it’s on Craigslist, make sure there is a valid address and avoid residential buildings. If it is a paid role, inquire about the method of payment and wage. Your time is just as valuable as the time of the person you are auditioning for, and depending on the ultimate

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