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You just finished an audition with a pretty cool casting director in Toronto. Are you feeling pretty confident about the audition? Make sure to send a thank you email out to the auditor or casting director thanking them for their time and for the opportunity of auditioning. Be sure to let them know that you enjoyed meeting with them. An extra touch however small like this will help you stand out from the other actors that were at the audition. However, don’t forget to call or email your agent as well. Thank them for setting up the audition for you and letting them know how things went for you and your excitement for having the chance to audition with them at the studio in Toronto. When you start accumulating roles under your belt, you can draw from those previous monologues for some of your future auditions. Though be mindful in not making your future auditions mechanical by using the same monologue for everything.
Though one of the biggest things here is do not call the auditor if you don’t hear from them for a couple of weeks. Have patience and be accepting of the fact that the role may not have been the right fit for you. If you don’t get the part the first time, there are many more auditions to go to in the future and just use this as a learning tool to grow and become an even better actor. Auditions allow for the chance to practice that skill after all.
Feedback is amazing, so if you get feedback from an auditor, take that advice, and improve yourself and your skills with it rather than getting flustered. That way when you do see that auditor again, you can show the improvements that they suggested based on whatever additional training or experience you have taken on since your last encounter.
“When I was younger, I would go to auditions to have the opportunity to audition, which would mean another chance to get up there and try out my stuff, or try out what I learned and see how it worked with an audience, because where are you going to get an audience?” -Al Pacino