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Old November 29 2012, 01:44 AM   #1
Aldo
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Going to my first audtion (play) next week, and words of advice.

This spring my school is putting on a production of an original play: a love story about the poet John Keats and his love Fanny Brawne.

This is my first ever audition, I've picked up the sides today, looked over them, they don't appear to bad. The audition is a closed reading, but since all pages have Keats interacting with Fanny, I'm assuming it will be a two person audition.

A coworker of mine has promised to do some line readings with me this weekend, but until then, I was just curious about anyone who's had experience doing this, what kind of advice could you offer?
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