Let’s get physical

Phys still thumbAn audition scene that includes complicated physical movement can be tricky to play in the limitations of the audition room.

How much action do you include? What do you leave out?

Should you leave anything out? limitations

So many questions to consider.

Don’t let the physicality of your audition scenes throw you off.

Today’s video to the rescue!

Let’s Get Physical

Don’t be afraid to move in your auditions. Just be sure that the physicality is simplified for the set up of your audition room, and helps you tell the most important elements of the story.

Remember to test your choices before you get to the audition room. What seems like a good idea in your head, may not work out the way you imagined. Find out at home to so you can make a new choice!

Leave a comment. How do you handle physical movement in your audition? Do you test it out at home to see what works?

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  1. Great advice, thanks!

  2. great points!valuable info .Wish I had auditions to put to practice. When I do, I will use this info for sure.
    Thank you.

  3. Thank you so much, I just had an audition and I thought I moved to much but the director complemented me on my blocking. So good advice.

    Thank you so much,

  4. Nicely done! Thanks much! for the great tips! :)))

  5. Thanks so much for this! Just had an audition class where my character didn’t talk for nearly the whole first page and was scripted to be driving, lost, fumbling with maps…and of course I included too much physicality. Nerves didn’t help! I appreciate these videos enormously.


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