The Audition Book
If you are in actor, no matter how successful or well-known, you have to audition. Being able to do it is still the best way to break into theatre, film and television. But not all auditions are alike. A television commercial must be approached differently from a movie or stage show.
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Foreword by Richard Thomas
PART ONEAUDITIONING BASICS
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