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Asked by Amelia

How can you get a break in the acting world other than auditioning for things as I want to do theatre work not movies or tv?

Hi Amelia, Workshops at theatres and amateur companies are a great way to getting exposure. From there, you can invite industry professionals to see your shows, like casting directors at major theatres. Good luck!

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Auditions are pretty standard across most performance disciplines. It shows what you’re capable of. Consider asking to chat with an Agent to get some pointers. Theatre work would almost always require an audition. If that’s not one of your strengths, consider working on audition technique - confidence, goals, approach, what to bring, what to wear, how to present etc. Auditions are not enjoyable, but we can grow overcome the fear. They are a necessary part of the game. Hope that helps, Dj.

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