Auditions for College and Conservatory
When Auditioning for admissions, it is important to choose the correct monologues to best show your abilities and potential. It is also important to select material that is recognizable but not overdone. Monologues must be from published full length plays, and be of contrasting type (i.e. dramatic and comedic) In these sessions, I work with you to find the best monologues to show your range. I then teach how to interpret the text, and I provide coaching on how to embody and portray the character.
Auditions for Stage:
A stage audition requires the actor to make strong choices and to embody the character. These being the main requirements, it is important that the actor is able to take direction. All of these are skills that can be learned. Stage auditions can come in several types, most commonly involving a monologue and/or readings from the script of the play. We begin the same way as with the Auditions for College and Conservatory process and then move on to staged readings. Once material is chosen and worked on, lessons evolve to include mock auditions.
If unable to meet in person, Zoom coaching is a common choice for actors. This is a great platform for working on screen acting skills. I offer this for actors wanting to work on audition material, from scene study to performance.
Session Fee: $50 per one hour