Even before the first musical theatre production meeting you want to be thoroughly familiar with the show and develop your vision the choreography. After that comes the collaborative process, involving all of the show’s directors, and then… auditions! This article, a companion to our earlier post Approaching Choreography for Musical Theatre helps take you through and successfully navigate this terrain.
16 Auditioning Basics and Pointers
Expecting a certain outcome puts your mind in a place and time other than the audition and you’ll need to have your head in the present tense to do well. Clear your mind and dance because you love dancing, not because of the pot of gold that may or may not be at the end of this rainbow.