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Singers- Learn how to be an Auditioning Pro Musical Theater: How do you find the best 8-16 bars of the song you are singing? When do you sing a song from the show you are auditioning for? When do you sing a song from a different show? Is it ever ok to do an original song? Is it okay to do a pop (no theater) song? How do you mark sheet music for the accompanist? Is it okay to change keys and when would it be okay? At an open call what songs do you not ever want to sing?
Reality TV Singing IE: The Voice, America's Got Talent Choosing a song (The most important part) Choosing the best 20 seconds of the song for you You can do it in any key. What key or basically where do you start? Since you don't have an accompanist, how do you stay on key? (Especially with nerves) What do you say when they ask "Tell me about yourself?" Learn to stay come in room full of chaos Learn to get an keep the right mindset for these very long, very grueling auditions What not to ever sing
Auditioning for musical films How do you audition for a musical film that is a new project? IE: "The Greatest Showman" How to audition for musical films that you are familiar with? IE: Grease, Hairspray, When is Okay to change keys in a known show? What are the rules when auditioning for a new project? Where can these projects be found for singers? Do you need an agent to audition for these? Do you need to be a member of a professional union to audition for these?