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The book has many interesting anecdotes from his years of experience, several classroom dialogues illustrating his different guideposts, a few leads on plays with good scenes and indispensable advice for anyone trying to land a role whether in Hollywood or Hicksville.

Conflict What is my dream and can I do to my partner so that this person can make my ehurtleff come true today? Create a new account with your email address Join. His legendary course on auditioning has launched hundreds of successful careers.

Audition: Everything an Actor Needs to Know to Get the Part by Michael Shurtleff

Thank you, Michael; we needed it. An audition is NOT the performance. To ask other readers questions about Auditionplease sign up. This b As an aspiring actor, I loved reading this book. An audition is the chance to show the auditor WHO you are. I thought this would be cheesy, but damned if it’s not really, really helpful.


Action comes right on the tail of discovery; something which you may have suspected is suddenly confirmed. Grounded in experience and illustration of point. A useful resource for students and teachers of Theatre.

It did what it set out to accomplish on the cover. An Action is described as an undeniable communication that affects or changes your partner to get what you want. Nov 22, Chalise rated it it was amazing Shelves: Want to Read saving….

Had to read this for my acting elective. A must read for shurtlfef who aspires to be an actor. My favorite guidepost is number 6, Discoveries.

Looking for beautiful books? Published December 2nd by Bantam first published February 1st It is filled with fantastic advice–some of it kind of obvious, much of it I’ve already been following for years, but still several good reminders of how to audition well. Involves you with your partner. His legendary course on auditioning has launched hundreds of audjtion careers.

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Be alert to sgurtleff is happening. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Events move the story forward. After reading this I feel more confident to be able to go into cold reads and auditions with strong acting choices.

By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. I keep lending it to people and never getting it back. Jackson, Barak Obama, Ed Vrodolyak, and other comedy sketch characters. The best book on the topic of acting ever written. The truth is not enough if it is neither dramatic nor interesting nor unique. Dec 13, Kayley rated it it was amazing Shelves: The auditoon at play is fascinating for its relevance, applicable beyond the arts.


Audition : Everything an Actor Needs to Know to Get the Part

While aimed at actors who need knowledge or help with auditions, it is a lifetime’s worth of good anecdotes from a big deal insider, told with the force and tenderness of a relative who knows you can make it, but is not sure your passion for the field will audtion all the hoops. If you want to have successful auditions you have to get this book for yourself and read it a few times.

This is not everyday life, but a day of crisis.

What is my dream and can I do to my partner so that this person can make my dream come true today? Dec 18, Lauren rated it it was amazing. The skill of passing an audition involves manipulating these dynamics under intense pressure to achieve a successful outcome. Name the action, then play the action. It is, by far, the best book on acting I’ve ever read. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Not just for actors! Count the wins and losses.