It doesn't matter if you have a feature film audition with ( I will now name the top 25 casting directors you should know about.) Kerry Barden,Victoria Burrows and Scot Boland, Ellen Chenoweth, Sarah Finn, Randi Hiller, Kimberly Hope, Lynn Kressel, Suzanne Ryan, Jonathan Strauss, Sheila Jaffe, Allison Jones, Avy Kaufman,Ellen Lewis,Junie Lowry-Johnson, Amanda Mackey Johnson and Cathy Sandrich Gelfond, Francine Maisler, Mindy Marin, Jeanne McCarthy, John Papsidera, Juliet Taylor, Bernard Telsey, Julie Tucker, Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson, and Carol Kritzer, Nikki Valko and Ken Miller,Mary Vernieu, April Webster, Gary Zuckerbrod. It doesn't matter if you have a Disney audition get the sides first, either before or at the audition. Remember to be prepared, give yourself plenty of time to get to your location and always play, that is what you are there for. Do your best to not take yourself so seriously or look at it as competition. Take your paper work seriously, make sure your 8x10 headshot looks like you and your 8x10 resume paper is professional. Use our 8x10 headshot resume paper to be sure you have the perfect fit. Smile and shake hands if they offer and make sure your hands are dry. Breath and take in the moment and get to work.
"Look at the people, feel the vibe, and say to yourself", “OK, this is my stage today, and it’s just fine.” - Craig Wallace