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Friday, May 17, 2019

The Audition Handicap -- Continued

Please read "Should You Bring Props to an Audition?" from the Backstage article of May 9 and 10, 2019 linked below.

I think, per the drawing, that if the CD assigned that particular scene for the audition, the bigger the dead fish the actor brings, the better, and if the fish is still alive, better still.

The CD must know, as well as the director, the actor's challenge in an audition and assign an appropriate scene that will not require props or at most, a hand prop.  Further, a demo reel or any scene that has a dramatic build should suffice for the CD to be able to assess the actor's ability, at the very least, to determine the need for a callback.


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