VIDEO – Actor’s Audition Bag: Essential Items to Keep in Your Bag!

​21 items to have in your audition bag.
  1. Water
  2. Snacks/
  3. Napkin​s/
  4. Hand wipes​
  5. Headshots/Resumes
  6. Business cards
  7. Pencil/Pen/Highlighter
  8. Demo Reel on USB drive
  9. Headphones
  10. ​Razor​
  11. Deodorant
  12. Breath mints
  13. Toothbrush
  14. Make-up supplies
  15. Hair brush comb, ​clips​
  16. ​Hair ​spray
  17. Quarters for Parking Meter
  18. Change of Clothes Dressy & casual
  19. Robe
  20. Iphone/Ipad for GPS directions
  21. Cash/Credit Card



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Mae Ross Starting her professional career at the age of 10, with a 64 city tour of “The Music Man”, Ms. Mae Ross 3-2-1- Acting Studios’ Owner/Artistic Director was born to sing, dance, act, and model. It wasn’t long before she was full swing into a performing career that would take her from National Campaigns, roles on stage, film, and television to producing one of Hollywood’s finest young actors Talent Showcase. Yet her greatest passion in life was still ahead of her… Ms. Mae, as her students fondly call her, is most proud of her 20 years of working with children, teens and young adults to build greater confidence, discipline and to launch successful entertainment industry careers. “I love helping students reach their full potential.” In 2007 Ms. Mae opened 3-2-1- where she continues her life’s passion guiding young actors to develop and showcase their unique talent through her signature Showcase and Acting Career Program.

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