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Congrats, you're auditioning! That's a big step.
Here are some tips to help you nail it!
If you have any questions feel free to message us!
SHOW UP EARLY:
Give yourself at least 15 minutes to...
-get your body warm
-stretch, focus on tight areas
BE NICE TO EVERYONE:
-you never know who you are talking to and who has an influence on the audition results
-plus it'll calm you down if you smile and be kind to people!
NERVES ARE OK!
-here's a quick tip:
1. stand in the middle of the
2. room, notice the color of the walls,
3. notice the color of the floors,
4. feel the ground beneath your feet,
5. take a deep breath
-harness your nervous energy into laser sharp focus and exploring the moves!
COMING AND GOING:
-if you have a moment and it's an appropriate time, introduce yourself to others around you including who is running the audition
-when leaving, don't forget to go up to the demonstrators and bow/curtsy/thank them for their time!
-usually summer intensives or company auditions have you print out a form and bring it in
RESUME AND PHOTOS:
-have your resume, head shot and dance shot printed and brought with you
-dress according to their dress code; otherwise dress for the part (see below)
During the Audition:
-they want you to try new things and experiment with the material given, make it your own!
TRY, TRY, TRY:
-at every single summer intensive audition they want to see you can put in the work and have potential to grow
-if you're tired, they want to see you push through it
-don't watch the directors or panel, stay focused on what you are doing!
-and that's OK!
-practice as if on stage, don't let them see your frustration, keep going!
If the audition doesn't have a dress code:
-wear a COLOR that compliments your skin/hair/eyes
-wear a leo that HIGHLIGHTS your best features
hides your least favorite features
Dress for the Part!
Commercial audition (SYTYCD)
Booty shorts and sports bra
-Memorable leotard or unitard that makes you feel comfortable
-Interesting detail (pattern, cutouts)
Highlights skin tone and arms
Hides belly and back
Highlights eye color and back