Long-time A4D member, Mary Roberts, shares her journey through the industry shutdown and gives tips on how to book a cruise ship contract.
Here are three key takeaways that you can implement today to become more confident—and more resilient at auditions. Walk into your next audition with new confidence.
Auditions, agents, repeat bookings, demo reels, social networking, visibility... You'll find all of that and more on Answers4dancers. Learn more.
Professional Makeup Artist and A4D member Emily Dann teaches you how to apply audition proof makeup with step-by-step tutorials. She also includes tips for your audition.
Before you dance a step, choreographers begin to evaluate you and pick up signals. They see it all...how you walk in the door, drop your dance bag, show signs of being nervous...
You found a great audition that seems perfect. But now the big question is what should I wear? How do I know what's expected and what should I bring along if I miss the mark?
Read what eight pros have to offer on the subject of getting cut at auditions. These insights will help you process how getting cut is all part of the business and what you can learn from it.
You may need help with your ability to pick up steps quicker. One good way is take extra classes (out of your comfort zone) where duplicating the moves will challenge you.
Pros often remind us that booking one out of every ten jobs is realistic. Okay. Makes sense. But what do we take away from the 9 jobs we didn't get?
Working with stats provided by top agencies, we identified the most desireable skills employers are looking for at auditions. This is valuable info.
At a recent Member Meet-Up, staffer Suzy Miller was reminded just how powerful two little words can be... Thank You! It's another small way you can be smart about your career.