Tag Archives: audition

What to Wear to an Audition


What should I wear to an audition? Answer: Whatever You Want. In 90% of cases, this is absolutely true. What do you feel confident in? What do you feel comfortable in? Wear it. Go on with your day. However, there are always exceptions to every rule. 1.) The role is a doctor and you want […]


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#FBF: Advice on “Quick Prep” Auditions


6:59pm: TV “Guest Star” sides arrive.  2 scenes; not allowed to read the full script. 10am audition the next day . . . If you get audition material late and there isn’t much time to prepare–DON’T WORRY.  Do the best you can.  Account for the elements that you can.  Know what you are doing in […]


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When Does Your Audition Actually Begin?!


Thanks to the folks at Cast it, I was invited to interview on the Acting Up Radio Show with Will Roberts. One of the questions he asked was, ‘when does the actor’s audition really begin?’  Great question! I’ve been thinking a lot about the answer and here’s what I believe: your audition begins when you […]


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#FBF Pre-Beat the System: Craft Your “Moment Before”


In past posts, we’ve touched briefly on the importance of crafting your pre-beat, or “moment before” in an audition or scene. But what exactly does that entail? A pre-beat refers to what happens to your character right before he opens his mouth to speak. If you’re auditioning with a monologue, the piece is taken out […]


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8 Tips for a Better Agent Interview


Recently a friend’s agent was holding interview/auditions by appointment and her reader fell through last minute. I jumped at the opportunity to step in and be her reader for the day because (Free Tip): any time you get the chance to step behind the table, you should drop everything and do it because you will […]


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Audition: 1 Minute Acting Lesson by Adam Lazarre-White

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Cast It Talent is proud to bring you a new learning series focused on a professional approach to acting: Acting Truth by Adam Lazarre-White. Adam has been teaching acting in Hollywood for well more than a decade. Before that and still today, he is a successful actor, working in projects that range from important Theatre productions to […]


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Helping Your Child Prepare for an Audition

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Bonnie Wallace is the author of  THE HOLLYWOOD PARENTS GUIDE, an accurate, experience-based tested information on every step needed to give your child the best possible opportunity to make it in Hollywood. Bonnie includes wisdom, inspiration, and resources to help you on your own journey and even help you decide if this dream is right […]


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Flashback Friday: How to Avoid Going Down with the Ship


For this week’s Flashback Friday Blog Post, we decided to bring in some positive reinforcement to set your weekend off right. Morale is a delicate thing at the best of times. Given that our work as actors requires a certain degree of emotional openness, (and therefore it is not uncommon that the business attracts highly […]


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Cast It Talent August Showcase: Open For Submissions

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“I have the talent, the drive and the grit to be a successful actor, I just need to be noticed by the right people!” All actors have had this thought. A large percentage of becoming a working actor is just getting your face out there, and getting noticed by the RIGHT people at the right time. […]


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CIT Flashback Friday: How to Improve Your Networking Skills

How to Improve Your Networking Skills

Networking is essential to creating a name for yourself as an actor, and that is why for this week’s CIT Flashback Friday blog post we are revisiting the article ‘How to Improve your Networking.’ “But I just want to act,” your inner artist voice laments. “I’m not good at networking. It feels fake. I’m socially […]


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