Audition Prep
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Aug 13, 2020

ARRIVING AT YOUR AUDITION STRESS FREE

Getting to your audition early will allow for you to arrive as stress free as possible. You will have time to check in, use the restroom, and get yourself in the right headspace before walking into the room. 


Below are a couple things you can do prior to the audition (outside of your scene work) to set yourself up for success!


  1. Map out where your audition is located, that way you know where you are going and can arrive on time (and by "on time", of course I mean early). 


  1. Create a game plan for where you are going to park. This might seem trivial, but trust me. Whether you're auditioning in San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, etc… Let's face it, these cities aren't known for their wonderful bountiful parking spaces. Having a parking game plan just ensures that you have one less thing to stress about. 


The last thing you want to be worrying about before your audition is freaking out that you are running late because you can't find the casting office or parking. So take these couple extra steps to help ensure your next in person audition starts off as zen as possible!

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