How to get audited for an upcoming Broadway show
A lot of people don’t realize that auditing for an on-the-spot Broadway show is pretty much impossible.
So you might be wondering, what do I do?
That’s the question I asked myself when I came across an interview with Tony winner and former “Saturday Night Live” cast member Joe Pantoliano that was conducted by The Lad bible.
I thought it would be interesting to dig a little deeper and get a better understanding of what auditing actually entails.
So, in this interview Pantolio says he had to audition for the lead role of “Aurora” and the “Black-Eyed Peas” after being offered a role in the upcoming Broadway revival of the “The Lion King” and “Little Mermaid.”
In addition, he had auditions for a number of other shows including the forthcoming “Roots,” “The Book of Mormon” and a number “that were just in the back of my head.”
While there is no doubt that Pantolino had an extensive knowledge of “The Bible” and Broadway musicals, he does not mention any of them in the interview.
Rather, he describes them as “just in the same way that you see actors audition for parts on TV.”
In other words, Pantolano is not the sort of person who goes through an extensive audition process that involves talking with actors and getting to know them, but he does have a general understanding of musicals and is comfortable with his own performance.
What is auditing?
Auditing is a type of auditing that is done for Broadway shows, and Pantolico is one of the few actors who has performed at the shows, in particular “The Black-Eyes Peas,” “Roses” and many other shows in the Broadway revival series “Amerika.”
The Lad explains, “The audition process consists of several elements.
First, the auditionee will get the script written and directed by the director of the show and the show’s composer.
The director of a show does a lot of the writing and directs the music.
The musicals’ composer, the director and the cast do the orchestrating.
In this process, the show is in the studio, rehearsing and rehearsing.
This process takes about two to three days.
Second, the producer or the person in charge of the production will do the final sound mixing.
Lastly, the actors audition, and the sound mixer is the person who plays the part.”
It sounds like there are several elements involved with this process.
The first and most important is that the sound mixers will perform and perform the music while the actors do the sound mixing, but then the sound mixes will also be performed by the sound director and sound mixer.
What’s interesting about this is that, unlike the on-screen audition process, where the sound is heard in the room where the audition takes place, there is actually an audience listening to the audio mixers.
Pantolani also said that the music can be played through a computer or through a special speaker system in order to allow for the sound to be heard from several different angles.
What are the advantages of auditions?
Pantoliano explained, “It is an amazing experience.
It is a great way to see your acting.
You can be there, and you can see the whole process, and then you can really watch the actor’s performance and hear what it is like to be a part of the character.
If the actors can do their best, it’s going to be amazing.
And you can’t go to the show without seeing the actors.
If you can find a room where you can actually get comfortable, then that’s where you should go.”
Another advantage of auditors is that they are also able to get to know the actor a bit better, and this will allow them to tell if an actor is capable of playing a certain role and if they would be willing to accept a part.
Pantoli said, “I have to say that I do like to think of myself as a very experienced actor.
I’m a bit of a perfectionist, so I don’t always do everything right, but I try to be very consistent with what I’m doing.
If I have to make a change in the musical, then I have the freedom to make the change.”
As Pantolini said, this freedom to adapt the musical is also a great thing, because he doesn’t have to be the perfect person in order for the show to be successful.
He added, “We have to have the right person for the part, but it’s the person we feel comfortable with.”
The Lad bible explains, in the end, the only difference between a Broadway show and an auditions is that there are no “stand-ins” who audition for other shows, so you can expect a lot less drama and tension during the process.
But in general, it will be a very different experience.
“The best thing about auditions and rehearsals is