Updated: May 17
Memorizing a scene or monologue is arguably the most important part of any audition, right? Maybe. How you memorize it will inform how open you are for your scene partner and how many clues you are able to glean from the page. Here's a technical tool to help you get the words off the page into your body so that you can nail your next audition.
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