Everyone tells stories about college auditions, but you never really know what it is like until you go through it. In this post I will be sharing some of my tips for those who will be going through college auditions in the future.
1. Start by reading the play a few times. The first time you read should be to get a general overview. The next few times should be for picking up details you may have missed and getting a deeper understanding of characters.
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Winter is HERE. That means cold weather, a lot of cloudy days, and a very necessary winter playlist to keep you pumped up on the coldest days. So, here I provide you with the ultimate jam sesh playlist. Belt your face off.
So, you think you had a great audition. You remembered all of the words, you practiced your audition song for weeks, and you sang all of the right notes.... And you still didn’t get cast. What happened?
There is more to preparing an audition piece than just singing t...