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  • 4 Tips for Conducting Yourself on Set

    You auditioned, you booked the part, and soon you’re going to be on a professional set! Whether you’re heading to an independent film set, a student film set, a network television or commercial set, or if you’re even headed to shoot your demo reel, there are a few important things to remember. 
    1. Be early, not on time. If you’re on time, you’re late. Remember to allow extra time for traffic delays, finding your way to the location, parking, walking to set, etc. One trick is to pretend your call time is 30–45 minutes prior than the actual call. That way, you’ve got room for errors and delays. The worst first impression you could make is arriving late and flustered.
    2. Be prepared. Know your lines well enough to jump right into your scenes, and be comfortable enough with them to deliver—even if a word or line has to be changed right there on set. Also, if the production isn’t supplying the wardrobe, bring a few options. And if you’re not sure if the production will have craft services, bring your own snacks to tide you over between meals. Additionally, bring a book, Kindle, laptop, or other quiet work to keep you occupied while you’re waiting. 
    3. Be

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