John Rustan, PhD
Do you have a big audition coming up? Auditioning is a skill unto itself. There are hundreds of books devoted to the subject. Professional and university acting programs have semester-long classes devoted entirely to “how to get the acting job.”
I have taught special audition classes at the University of Oregon and Gonzaga University. I have incorporated audition skills into all of my acting classes everywhere I have taught acting. I have served as evaluator of Irene Ryan auditions at the Northwest College Drama Festival and coached many students on University/Resident Theatre Association (URTA) auditions, and auditions for particular universities or colleges that require the same type of audition (two-contrasting monologues within a precise time limit, one of which is usually classical).
Audition coaching can be done in-person, or via VIDEO CONFERENCING (see note above regarding Coronavirus). Rate: $130/hr
SUMMARY OF SERVICE
Choose the help you need:
Characteristics of good monologues
Note: For individual coaching in-studio, those under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
SUCCESS STORY: Audition coaching client, Caroline Edmundson, has been auditioning for several prestigious high school programs. She applied to:
PREPARED MONOLOGUE AUDITIONS
URTA - University and Resident Theatre Association Auditions. An Audition requiring two-contrasting monologues (usually one classical verse and one contemporary. This style of prepared audition is used for many acting programs at all levels.
Irene Ryan Scholarship Auditions