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Just like in any other city around the globe, a good monologue can go a long way in Toronto. Practice your monologue as much as possible and take care in choosing your monologue. The monologue you choose when going to auditions in Toronto should resonate with you and you should be able to find it meaningful but still fitting the part that you are auditioning for. Do your best to avoid using monologues that are pretty tired and overused from monologue books. Casting directors do tire of hearing the same monologues repeatedly. One of these monologues can take away from your performance by losing the unique quality and someone else may have performed it way better than you. However, if you believe you can breathe new life into a monologue, the casting directors may actually enjoy the new take on a classic. While there are safe and easy monologues there, don’t be afraid to be bold; however avoid a monologue that may be too obscure in nature.
The real way to play it safe in choosing a monologue is to choose one that features a character that is similar to you in age, ethnicity and general demeanor and appearance when you go to perform a monologue in Toronto. This will help you not only relate to the character but also be able to embody that character easily.Though on the other hand, some casting directors will want to see actors auditioning with characters that bring them out of their comfort zones and don’t seem to be you at all until you start acting out the part. The monologue you choose should show off not only your natural talent but your skills as well and should trigger a reaction from the audience or other characters. Don’t be afraid to find or research “buried monologues”. These should be used with dialogue that has another character just cut out the other character's lines. Avoid monologues that will have you cursing and yelling.Make sure you remember to project your voice but don’t use an overly loud volume when auditioning your lines.