With Kym Jackson, Working Actor, Union Delegate, Coach, Author of The Hollywood Survival Guide & Co-Owner of Secret Actor Society
I know my lines why do I need the script in my audition?
I don't even look at the script when I act this part, so why hold the script in my audition?
Does casting want me to hold the script in the audition?
Do I hold the script in my callback audition?
When in the casting process am I expected to put down the script and know the lines?
Should I know the lines at the pre-read?
Can I hold the script through the casting process?
Are actors expected to be off book in a casting process?
Can I read the sides at an audition?