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I dont where to start looking for acting auditions for free?

Author : Chuckles

Submitted : 2018-02-20 01:01:21    Popularity:     

Tags: start  dont  acting  free  auditions  

im a 15 year old boy , i havent had actig lessons but i have been in plays. i had dance lessons and i can sing

Answers:

You may find local auditions for community theatre either on the theatre companies' websites or on notice boards at theatres themselves. Do some research and see what you can find.

If you mean auditions for professional work - you can't get any at all.
All such auditions are only found through genuine agencies, and they wouldn't accept you unless you've had many years of professional training at a very good acting school. They're never, ever interested in beginners.

Do you mean auditions for theater, student films, and things like that? If so, ask at your local theater, call up film schools and ask, look for gigs in your area at Backstage.com.

If you mean auditions for professional work (professional films, national TV, commercials...), while those auditions are free (you do not pay to audition! If someone asks you for money, run!), those auditions are NOT open to the general public, only to professional actors with many years of experience and training under their belt and a good agent. Agents get that info and submit their clients.

So if you really want to be an actor, get realistic. Your experience is far from enough. You'll need many years of high-quality training from a *top* acting school, workshops, showcases and the likes, plus many years of low-level experience such as student films, indies, local productions, etc. and many years of community theater. You will also need to learn all about the business because after all that's what it is, a BUSINESS. No one's in this to make your dreams come true. Once you've that all that, move to L.A. (or NYC if what you're aiming for is theater) if you're not already here.

This should take about a decade of very hard work. You haven't even started. Then and only then potential agents might consider you. IF and when you land an agent you will be able to start going to real auditions. By that time you will be in your mid-20's.

Understand that the reality is VERY different from what people imagine, especially people your age. So make sure you're actually capable of pursuing something like that, and that you're really interested in the craft of acting itself (and not the fame, money, or any other immature delusions) before you go out there and invest a lot of your time, money, and efforts.

Any place that charges you to audition is a scam.

check your communitycheck the local college



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