You will often receive applications during open auditions or you will be asked personal questions. The casting director wants to get to know you and doesn't have much time for that. Continue reading to know about the scenario after casting calls.
In most open auditions, the director has to go through a lot of people. Don't be afraid to show the audition who you are and then when you have a certain role, take a deep breath and then get into your role.
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When answering questions from casting directors, be honest with your answers and participate in your questions. Also, answer more than one-word answers such as, what, why, or how. It's always good to have a funny or embarrassing story or an antidote for yourself or a situation you're in.
It's not enough to be prepared. Having a few stories you want to share at your casting and ready to share can be a great way to find out who you are.
The most important thing is to always be polite and friendly to everyone. They don't know who was involved, how they were involved, or who they might be friends with. From the moment you start the day and step out of the house, you may run into someone who is attending a show and you may not even know it.
So you can be observed in the parking lot, in the waiting room, and wherever you go. Sometimes casting is done before you even enter the "official casting" it should be.