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USING SIDES AND DOING COLD READINGS IN TORONTO

If you are new to acting and auditioning in Toronto; you should understand that a side is just a small portion of the script and out of that whole script, sides are the portions that contain the dialogue for specific characters and may really be just three pages out of a whole script of a hundred pages. You should also be aware that cold readings are really just lines that are performed in a manner that is done like they are being read for the first time. Definitely not done like they were rehearsed for hours upon hours.
Sides
Sides tend to be provided by email or would be downloadable. However, if you don’t get them either way you can request them in a professional email to the casting director of the audition.
In Toronto Make sure to read all documentation that comes with the sides. If you have access to the whole script read that as well or at least a summary. Note the stage directions and understand the story that you are acting out in and out. Even if you have memorized the sides, keep them on hand for the whole audition and as a tip keep a finger pressed to where you are in the script. This is just in case you experience nerves or feel lost. Use your time wisely, when you get a chance, practice your lines with other actors.
Cold Readings
The best way to practice cold readings is by reading them aloud with genuine animation and emotions. The words should sound like your own expression of thoughts and feelings. If the scene that you are reading involves other characters, make sure to read your next line while the other actors are reading theirs. Cold readings should be seen as an exciting opportunity. They should not make you nervous but rather be seen as a refreshing way to read something new over just reciting a monologue while you are auditioning in Toronto.