Written by two New York theatre professionals, here is everything an actor needs to know about auditioning, including: choosing material, rehearsing your material, warming up on the day of the audition, trusting yourself during an audition, coping with nerves, standing out amongst other auditioners, understanding the people you are auditioning for, common auditioning pitfalls, etiquette tips, following up after an audition, tips on vocal and dance coaching prior to an audition, obtaining the right headshot and resume, coping with rejection and deciding whether or not to accept an offer. Also included is the latest insider information on agents, casting directors, and unions. This lively, common sense guide is packed with advice that no young author should be without.
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Darren Cohen is a top theater conductor, musical director, voice coach, and pianist. He conducts workshops and seminars on auditioning around the country. A faculty member at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, he lives in New York.
Michael Perilstein is an actor and educator. He is on the faculty at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York. He lives in New Jersey.
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