Most ‘no requirement’ auditions are quick auditions, about 10-15 minutes, and it’s a chance for the casting director to get to know your child, what their personality is like and how well they take direction.
Some good ways
1) Keep it updated
It’s so important to ensure all the details on your child’s profile are kept up to date. If they’ve developed a new skill, update. If they’ve changed their hairstyle, new photos. And of course, they’re growing
Lion King Musical
Young Simba (boy)
Hey Uncle Scar, guess what! I’m going to be king of Pride Rock. My Dad just showed me the whole kingdom, and I’m going to rule it all. Heh heh. I’m gonna be a
You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
A ‘C’? A ‘C’? I got a ‘C’ on my coathanger sculpture? How could anyone get a ‘C’ in coathanger sculpture? May I ask a question? Was I judged on the piece
1) Firstly, make sure that you’re filming in a well-lit area. Natural daylight is usually preferable as it looks much nicer on camera rather than man-made lighting. It’s also best for your child to be standing against a plain background
If your child is more interested in acting then there are a few things you can do to prepare in the meantime.
Monologues – this is a great way to not only get your child to learn memorising long
What Does An Acting Agency Do?
Once accepted and you’ve paid your fee to become a member of the agency, your child’s profile becomes active in our database.
When clients approach us with a specific brief, we send them a