Thursday, January 31, 2019

Make Your Audition Impressive and Memorable, So You Can Get Booked!

So you can act. I believe you. But you’re one of many and the only way you’re really going to be seen is to be seen in a way that most people aren’t. You have to stand out. You have to make such a great first impression that they can’t help but remember you and call you back for more.

How To Make Your Audition Impressive and Memorable, So You Can Get Booked!Do you know how to do this? We at the New York Acting School for Film and Television pride ourselves in elevating talented performers to a level of skillful professionalism that they quickly land roles and move up the red carpet ladder with ease. Of course, you’ll get the most out of our classes and coaching services, but in the meantime, here are some tips to help you make that impressive and memorable audition first impression!

First of all, be on time. You’re one other people’s watches and coming late says this isn’t a priority for you. It really doesn’t matter what the emergency was. Even if you have to plan to arrive 30 minutes early, don’t be late.

Second, is come prepared. No one has time to waste on someone that’s late or scrounging to prepare. Have everything ready and keep your attention on the audition.

Third tip? Dress appropriately. This isn’t a party or an evening hang out with your friends, just as much as it isn’t a black tie event. Don’t over or under dress. Come clean, smelling nice (ease back on the fragrances) and look neat and modern but casual.

Fourth tip for you today is to be professional. Know who you’re around. Say hello, please and thank you. Let people know you appreciate their help, even if it’s just the secretary. When people feel appreciated, they remember you and want to know more about you.

Fifth and final tip we want to share is to be respectful as you take direction. Sometimes auditions can be chaotic and confusing. Remember that everyone is doing their best. Be respectful and patient with the hustle and bustle. If you’re not sure what you’re supposed to do, kindly and calmly ask for clarification and then immediately take direction.

There’s a lot going on in each audition and the feeling you want to communicate is that you’re easy to work with and know how to be a kind and respectful human, on top of the talent you clearly have. Nail these; focus on them deliberately and you’ll stand out leagues above the entitlement you’re surrounded by.

Enjoy these tips and so many more; visit us online to find out more about our classes, coaching and special events in the heart of New York City, where performance comes to life!

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