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August 19 - 23 (Select Time)
1. Prepare a slate. It should go something like this: Hi. My name is __________. I am auditioning for the role of __________ . Transition your body or voice into the character you are playing. (I promise that you, the student, does not stand or sound the same as the character for whom you are auditioning.) ** Actually practice the SLATE**
2. Choose your monologue(s). All monologues can be found by clicking the following link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m5IO_qZ4p3XvDzBcCM3HFim3pRE2yDgdtaTHY-DBiBo/edit?usp=sharing
- You may want to memorize your monologue. It is not required.
- Deliver your monologue to an imaginary character on stage. Do NOT deliver your monologue directly to the casting directing. Turn your body 45 degrees and actually talk to a pretend character.
- You may use one chair.
- You may move around.
- Do a little homework on your character of choice. Who is he/she? What is his/her relationship to the character to whom he/she is speaking? What is happening at this point in the play when your character is speaking? Actually invest some time on developing a character, not just performing a monologue. Actors create REAL people.
3. Work on your movement. This show is 75% Stage Combat. How can you do that? We will play a few Dance Battle Games based on Just Dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqWKOJ6QHfk
4. Select an audition time.
5. Show up. (even if you are nervous) Show up.
|| Meredith Barnidge