Auditioning (The Basics)
I have been working in the theater for seven years. Three of those years I was only a performer, the next two years I worked both as a performer and as a general technician, and the most recent two years I have worked as a sound designer and stage manager. This past year is when I started working with younger performers on their auditions after noticing a trend of incoming undergraduate students lacking a standard audtion format. I am of the belief that a good actor should not be stopped by a lack of knowledge.
Experience: 7 years
This is a class for younger performers as well as those new to the arts- primarily focusing on acedemic and general audtions. Recommended years are junior high through undergraduate students.
This class focuses particularly on slating, cold read auditions, and monologue auditions; as well as what you need to know or have with you day of, multiple day auditions, attire, headshots, and resumes.