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Audition

The process by which a person or company decides to purchase advertisements for a radio or television program. An audition involves listening to or watching the program (or an early version of it) and weighing its target demographics and other variables against the product the company is trying to sell.
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If you are interested in auditioning, arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time to complete paperwork.
With five years of auditioning for Broadway behind her, Karla Garcia attributes her first great success to two things: a relaxed mentality and a great outfit.
Bring: Send application materials before auditioning. Audition videos accepted: No.
Our 2005 Auditions Guide is designed to help you explore your auditioning options.
"The only company auditioning was Nederlands Dans Theater." While there is little better advice than to be very organized before you go, you need to be prepared for adventure--not even a perfect itinerary can keep the unexpected at bay.
Audition includes: Ballet, pointe, jazz, tap (depending on what role you are auditioning for).
Actors who are interested in auditioning for the role of any orphan have additional audition requirements that are detailed on the website and the audition signup link.
"To go from never auditioning for eleven years to competing with people who've been doing this their whole life can be crippling," he says.
Children auditioning will also be asked to read from the script.