Your Time to Shine

March 2013
Back Stage (1946-5440);3/14/2013, Vol. 54 Issue 11, p14
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The article discusses the acting audition process among actors. It suggests that actors should possess great attitude during and after the audition with preparations and focus on giving a good performance. It states that casting directors want to be impressed in auditions which would consider them of getting the role. It indicates the principles of acting coach Ian Tucker who suggests that actors should do whatever they wish to regardless whether it is right or wrong.


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