• Vivi’s Secret Audition Tip

    Look at the page number! Ever thought about how much the page number of a script can tell you? It may not seem important, but that little number can give you a lot of insight into what is happening in the script. Why is this a secret for auditioning? Say an actor is given a…


  • Using Your Imagination

    Imagine that! Of course, it's important for actors to use their imagination but have you ever thought about just how crucial it can be during auditions? What if the audition involves a monster? Or a crime scene? Being able to really visualize + utilize your imagination to make specific choices will make the difference between a…


  • Tips for Guest Star Auditions

    What is a "guest star"? A guest star is a role that is just above a co-star or "under 5". Aside from a Series Regular, these are the roles that actors are mainly wanting to book. Not only are actors paid by a weekly rate but guest stars have a higher percentage of coming back…


  • Listening During a Scene

    "...what did you say?" A key component of creating an authentic scene is not only making strong choices with the dialogue but also staying connected while the other person in the scene is talking. Listening and reacting naturally is just as important, if not more, when it comes to having an engaging audition or scene.…


  • Monologues & Scenes: Picking the Right One

    How do you choose?? So you've signed up for a workshop and one of the requirements is to provide your own scene or monologue. Where do you start? Many actors will have a few if not more pieces of material to showcase in their portfolio, ready to perform at any given time for the sake…


  • Owning Your Space

    Either you take the room, or the room takes you Nerves. They're inevitable. Doesn't matter how long an actor has been in the business or how many times they may have auditioned, nerves will always be around, no matter what. What will set an actor apart though from everyone else that's auditioning and nervous, is…


  • Let’s Talk About Slates

    Do I have to practice my slate? The answer is YES you do! Since most auditions are now self-tape submissions, actors need to think of their slate as their first impression with the casting director. Those first few seconds should grab their attention and show the casting director, producer, or director a glimpse of who…


  • Keep It Simple

    Less is more! When auditioning, it's always important to keep in mind the idea of simplicity, whether it's in your acting or your appearance. Actors can fall into traps of what they think they "should" wear or look like in order to get the role. The key to solving this issue is to remember to…


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