Speaking Point: You've got the agent, the headshot, the resume now the audition has been booked. What do you need to do get the part? Susie Mains, a talent representative with over 25 years experience, the go-to expert on all things Hollywood and Young Talent knows the ropes.
Speaking Point: Don't play it safe. Remember you are not the only one auditioning for the role. Make it your own- find things in the character that no one else might. Don't be afraid to take risks.
Speaking Point: Do your homework beforehand. Every audition is a golden ticket and you don't want to waste it. Read the entire script and not just the sides. Research the character, the accent ( if applicable) the particulars of the script. Incorporate everything you learn in your audition.
Speaking Point: Listen Listen Listen! A huge part of getting hired is being able to take direction. If you get direction in the room, it is like being given the answers to the test. Listen well and take the direction. This can get you the job.
Speaking Point: Remember that a big part of your audition is being in the room- owning your space and being able to interact well with the casting director, director and producers. Have fun and enjoy the experience! Let them see who you are!