Why Coaching Before Big Auditions Matters
Acting Craft - General • 1m 50s
Auditioning is an art form of its own, with no special effects, props, sets, or other actors in the scene with us.
There are so many tweaks that can be made to build the moments and the world, and improve each performance to draw the viewer in.
Having a trained, fresh set of eyes on the performance to find these tweaks can make the difference between a callback and a booking.
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with Kevin E. West, Veteran TV Actor, Consultant, International Education Speaker
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