Absolutely. I’ll work with you on your audition song selection and teach you how to project your voice.
Here are some tips outside of vocal coaching:
- Do your research. Before you audition, make sure you know what the musical is about and what roles are available. You should also research the director and choreographer to get a sense of their style.
- Prepare your material. You will need to prepare a song or monologue to audition with. Make sure you choose something that shows off your vocal range and acting ability.
- Dress professionally. First impressions are important, so make sure you dress professionally for your audition.
- Be confident. Believe in yourself and your abilities. The director and choreographer are looking for someone who can bring the character to life.
- Have fun. Auditioning can be nerve-wracking, but it’s important to have fun and enjoy the experience. The director and choreographer will be able to tell if you’re having fun, and it will make them more likely to cast you.
Here are some additional tips:
- Arrive early. Arriving early shows that you are organized and reliable.
- Be polite and respectful. The director and choreographer are busy people, so be polite and respectful of their time.
- Take feedback constructively. The director and choreographer may give you feedback after your audition. Take this feedback constructively and use it to improve your performance.
- Thank the director and choreographer. After your audition, be sure to thank the director and choreographer for their time.
Following these tips will help you put your best foot forward when auditioning for a musical.