Updated: May 17
Actors usually put in the work, memorize the lines, figure out actions and objectives and all that good stuff, but leave out this crucial storytelling device of knowing where you are. Since your self-taped audition relies heavily on your imagination, the more specific you can be... the better.
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