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 teleconference.
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
189 Webster St. Petaluma CA 94952
John M. Rustan, PhD, coaches Auditions Dialects, Accent Reduction, and Public Speaking.
SUCCESS STORY: Audition coaching client, Caroline Edmundson has been auditioning for several prestigious high school program applied to: