Updated: May 17
Writing on your script for an audition or during rehearsal can be a great tool to remember your thought process when you come back to it later. However, some actors use the tool of marking up a script incorrectly and it actually causes them to be less engaging in their audition. Here's a way to fix it.
Jordan Woods-Robinson is an Actor and Head Honcho at Book From Tape Acting Studios in Orlando, FL. He challenges his actors to harness impulse as a tool, to trust their guts, to work on their feet, to break rules, and, overall, to make bold choices that make a lasting impression through tape. Email Jordan