DECEMBER 7 1-4PM, $45 cash or check preferred
HUGE Theater 3037 Lyndale Ave S
So you’re an improvisor! But what if you wanted to be in a play or a film? Do you know what is expected of you at an audition for a scripted show?
Improv is an excellent tool for performers, but auditioning for a play or film is a different process. This class demystifies auditioning for film and stage projects, and gives guidance and tips for before, during, after the audition and what to do when you get cast. You’ll get help finding a monologue that works for you and understand how to prepare yourself. You’ll also learn about the different types of auditions, behavior at audition, resumes & headshots, cold reading, national auditions, local auditions and how to leverage your improv skills to really shine in the audition, even if you’ve never done a scripted audition before! No need to prepare anything in advance of the first class.
Heather Meyer has been working in casting for the past 7 years for various theatres and production companies. She is currently the Casting and Development Manger at The National Theatre for Children. She sees over 800 auditions across the country every year.
Please register HERE!