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Rock the Audition Online training modules for 8 styles of music for pop/rock musical auditions: Motown, 70's Folk/Rock, Disco, 80's Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rhythm and Blues/Hip-Hop, Rock/Punk, Country/Bluegrass, Faeries. You will need to create your own account listing Brigham Young University as your school in order to access.
Musical Theatre Auditions and Casting by A performer's guide viewed from both sides of the audition table. Helpful information to improve audition chances.
Call Number: MT 956 .R87 M87 2012
Publication Date: 2012-09-01
Rock the Audition by Comprehensive guide to understanding how to select pop/rock material for auditions. Choose the right song and prepare it from every frame of reference.
Call Number: MT 956 .S35 R63 2011
Publication Date: 2011-05-01
Get the Callback by How to audition like a pro.
Call Number: MT 956 .F56 G47 2009
Publication Date: 2009-07-01
Singing and the Actor by Contains a structured training program for the singing actor and dancer. Pitching registers and breath management, the communication of sung text and the production of belt, twang and speech qualities.
Call Number: MT 956 .K39 S56 2004
Publication Date: 2004-11-03
Singer and Actor by About theatrical acting technique stemming from Stanislavski's method, and provides singers with a way to complete character preparation. Gives the necessary tools to study roles from audition through rehearsal and performance.
Call Number: MT 956 .H52 S56 2011
Publication Date: 2011-11-01
Dance: The Art of Production: A Guide to Auditions, Music, Costuming, Lighting, Makeup, Programming, Management, Marketing, Fundraising by All aspects of organizing a dance performance and managing a company are covered in this book—written by dancers, for dancers. Photos, drawings, and diagrams show beginners how to hang lights, make costumes, design posters, and attract an audience. Readers will discover tips on the business side of a dance production including marketing, fundraising, box office and house management, and much more
Call Number: MD 1782 .D36 1998
Publication Date: 1998-01-01
Next! - Auditioning for the musical theatre by Contains extensive dos and don'ts, pitfalls to avoid, and rules that you should never break, along with suggestions about musical preparation, the pianist, the song and more.
Call Number: MT 892 .A46 N49 1995
Publication Date: 1995-10-02
Your Dance Resume by So where does a dancer go when it comes time to audition? My answer is here,to a copy of a book called Your Dance Resume, which contains fine sample résumés. I hope that this will help dancers who don’t have another dancer’s résumé to borrow -- the author.
Call Number: MD 1595 .W64 Y68 1994
Publication Date: 1994-01-01
Dance Auditions by preparations, presentation, career planning
Call Number: MD 1597 .N53 1984
Publication Date: 1984-06-01
The Lds Actors Scenebook by 40 Scenes and 28 Monologues from the best available plays by LDS Authors, with LDS Themes and Characters, reflecting LDS Culture and Beliefs. This book is for those who take classes and need clean and challenging material. It is also for the discerning auditioner who wants to stand out.
Call Number: PZ 4 .C178 L53 2013
Publication Date: 2013-09-01
How to Audition for a Musical : Audition Room Etiquette: Musical Theater Audition Tips
Learn tips on the correct etiquette for the audition room.
3 reasons auditioning is an art in itself by Auditioning is a dynamic creative process that can shine a light on your soul and test your skills and bravery like few other artistic disciplines can. It is an art form unto itself.
Monologues Browse or search for appropriate monologues.
DO NOT lists : overdone songs and monologues by “DO NOT” lists can be controversial but can also be a great starting place to figure out if you're singing something everyone else will be singing as well. The following serve as a starting place for your rep search. I will update this list as I receive updates from agents, colleagues, etc.
Ten best audition monologues by This list of ten is merely a jumping-off place. I urge you to read, read more, and then read even more. Fall in love with the writer's words and choose the best monologue in which you can show that love to us.