How To Dress For An Acting Audition

Dress for an acting auditionFirst, consider the role for which you will audition for. Decide which clothing will complement the character but don’t dress in a costume unless you were asked to do so by your agent or casting director. This is not a good time to wear brand new clothes but rather clothing that makes you comfortable but yet confident.

Plan everything out down to the smallest details and make sure everything is cleaned and pressed. This should be done at least two days before the audition if possible so you don’t stress at the last minute.

Plan your makeup (if applicable) and accessories and remember the simpler the better for you.

Get a good night’s rest and wrap everything up with a smile, confidence and excellent body language and you’ll be set for a successful audition experience

 

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5 Responses to How To Dress For An Acting Audition

  1. Serena says:

    These tips are helpful. I am really looking for this kind of post. Thanks for this very informative article.

  2. Pauline Heath says:

    Thanks for the guide. This helps some aspiring actors/actress like me. Great post! I love reading articles about acting. This is really helpful stuff to remember.

  3. Sophia says:

    It is really important to be well prepared even to the smallest details for the preparation of your certain audition. And I really agreed as to what you say that Audition is not a good time to wear brand new clothes, it’s about wearing something you’re comfortable with.

  4. These seem like really great tips for anyone who wants to audition for a role in a play or a movie. I thought that you made a good point about planning out your appearance before a casting crew. It seems important to anticipate exactly how to dress for the role you’re auditioning for, and pay attention to any directions by the agents to dress in a costume.

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