This month in Auditioning – on the line! I attempt to hammer in a very important aspect of the auditioning process. Friend: How did the audition go? Actor: I really think I got it – they told me how much they loved my audition and how perfect I am for the role. Friend: That’s so…Details
This month in Auditioning – on the line! I hang up the stress that goes into the never- ending ritual of choosing the perfect audition togs to wear. I find the best way to select your audition wardrobe would be to follow these basic and simple tips.Details
This month in Auditioning – on the line! I light up the marquee and hopefully shed some light on a very important selling tool in an actor’s wallet – your show biz license – aka your resume! This often misunderstood and overlooked piece of paper is just as an important piece of equipment in marketing…Details
Who am I anyway?
Am I my resume?
That is a picture of a person I don’t know.
What does he want from me?
What should I try to be?
So many faces all around, and here we go.
I need this job, oh God, I need this show.
[From A Chorus Line – lyrics by Edward Kleban]Details
Welcome back to “Auditioning – on the line!”. This month I impose and encourage our diligent readers to address (and assess) your picture, headshot, or “portrait” (for those who fancy a more formal term). This one of a kind element in your arsenal of show biz tools, I believe, is the single most important item…Details
Welcome back to “Auditioning – On the line!”. This month I tackle and address that awkward moment once you are finished with your audition song, have showcased your best back flip, have brilliantly shared how you can wiggle your nose while impersonating your best pig squeal, and have exhausted all that is requested of you in the short 2 minutes you are allotted.Details
I am thrilled to join Musical Creations and my long time friends and colleagues Jacqueline and Hauke Wendt in a NEW blog series —–(Drumroll please) “Auditioning – on the line!”. This monthly blog will explore the “art” of auditioning and attempt to offer my humble perspective in putting yourself out there in the theatrical world…Details