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Ways to Work on Your Craft Daily: Part I

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As actors, the inescapable truth is that we’re likely to spend only a small percentage of our time actually performing a role onstage or in front of a camera. The rest of the time? We’re auditioning, preparing to audition, analyzing the most recent audition, trying to stop analyzing the most recent audition, editing our resumes, […]

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How to Choose a Winning Monologue: Part II

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In part one of this series, we offered you advice on things to avoid when choosing an audition monologue. This time, we will be focusing on proactive measures you can take to make sure the monologue you select is the perfect one for the job: Read the entire script. So you needed a monologue relatively […]

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How to Choose a Winning Monologue: Part I

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“Oh Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy na—“ THUNK. What? Oh, that? That was nothing- just the sound of the casting director’s head hitting the table as he dozed off in the middle of your audition monologue. Even worse? It may not have had anything to do with just […]

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