Broadway Master Class: Auditions • 15m
Award-winning Off-Broadway and Pre-Broadway director, Bill Castellino, steps the actor through how to assess how much risk you should take in the audition, how to represent your skill set and the differences between auditioning in New York versus other cities. Career highlights: “Cagney”, “Desperate Measures” and “The Great Divorce”.
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Broadway casting director, Laura Stanczyk, delivers essential, no-nonsense advice to actors on how to remember that this is a business, the difference between seriousness and negativity and the importance of taking a note. Broadway highlights: “Sideshow”, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Ur...
Award-winning Off-Broadway director and Pre-Broadway and Broadway associate director, Joe Barros, lets auditioning actors in on the importance of choosing the right monologue or song, standing out by being consistent and the most important part of any audition. Career highlights: “Gigi”, “Cagney”...
Illustrious New York City acting and business coach, Paul Michael, reveals to actors essential instruction for winning auditions. Lessons include: the secret to selecting headshots, developing your elevator pitch, how to network after the audition, and more. Career highlight: Founder and Execut...