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3 Tips To Nail Small Roles Auditions Without Being Boring

Let's face it, small role auditions can be TRICKY!

After all, you only have a few lines to show them your brilliance, to stand out and BOOK IT, right?

So, how do you make 2 or 3 lines FASCINATING and bookable?

In this video (an excerpt from a live stream I did on this topic), you'll find out what 3 things you need to do to really get their attention and get in the bookable zone for a small role audition.

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In this video, you'll learn:

3 Tips To Nail Small Role Auditions Without Being Boring

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There you have it.  3 things you can do to make it easier for Casting Directors to spot your brilliance in those tricky co-star auditions.

Now go out there and NAIL IT!

Your turn! Was this video with 3 tips to nail small role auditions without being boring helpful? Tell me about it in the comments below… :-)

You DESERVE The Red Carpet!
~Amy 

P.S. Want to learn  more about how to nail small any role audition with ease? Check out my “Unstoppable Co-Star” video class and learn the simple 5-step system to rock any small role audition like a pro (and never waste another opportunity to nail it in front of an important Casting Director again).

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Amy Jo Berman - Acting Coach
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  • blessedthankful

    Excellent video! Now I know why I didn’t book some of the small roles I auditioned for! Thank you so much!!

  • pyrolace

    Amy Jo, greetings from the Sunshine State post-Irma. THANK YOU as always for your sound and timely advice. Getting ready to go slay #fallpilotseason up in NYC. #gettingmyredcarpet #justbeingme

  • Bj Wieland-Doucet

    As usual Amy Jo, the advice is spot on, timely & valuable.
    Discerning the difference when to be a bit bigger & when to be a bit smaller is a definite skill!
    The muscle memory trigger was an “ahh ha!” moment for me. Remembering the “feel of the scene” is an incredible high.
    Can hardly wait for my class Tues nite & my next audition!!! :-D Thanks!!