1. Everything Is Easier On Set.
You have environment, a director communicating their unique vision, and other talented actors to play off of.
You also have the added benefit of multiple takes. But in order to get there, you have to book the job.
That's where the audition comes in.
As actors, our job is to audition. It's a skill you must master, and it's also the time in which you need to put your best foot forward.
2. Actors Make a Lot of Common Mistakes In the Audition Room.
The good news is there are several techniques experienced actors use to embrace each audition with professionalism and confidence. Never walk out of an audition wishing you had done more.
My class is created around a curriculum that teaches industry standards, casting expectations, and the go-to tips and tricks professional actors use to master the audition process.
Common Mistakes You Should Never Make
What & How To Prep
How To Walk In The Room With Confidence
What Casting Directors Look For
Techniques To Make You An Audition Pro
3. Auditioning Is a Separate Skill.
My class also goes beyond the basic scene study of most other classes.
Here, you'll get the fundamentals on everyday industry experiences that are actually practical.
We cover everything from episodic season strategies, pilot season basics, co-stars vs guest stars, series regulars, mastering auditioning for different genres, and how to find & use your types.