Advice: try to relax, have fun, make your scene partner look good. Make choices that you think are fun, don’t try to do what you imagine the people in the room think the “correct” move is. Anyone reading this has heard this before, and it sounds cliche, but of course there is no secret advice I can give that you haven’t heard before. I could write even less and say this: do your best, that is all you can do. Be realistic - there are hundreds of people auditioning and only a handful will get on. Statistically speaking, the odds are you won’t get on.
One thing I've seen mentioned in the Harold audition talk is that work done outside of the audition can factor into who gets put on a team. Examples I've heard are things like performances in class, jams and indie shows. I'm wondering if the same is true of who gets put on a Maude team? Specifically writing, since that's what I'm interested in. Is that decision just based on the quality of our packet? Or can things like work we've done in class and/or sketch shows we've written for outside of the theater and/or things we've written that have had some success online also be a factor in deciding who gets put on a team?
donut wrote:A few months ago, a lot of shows were filmed at both theatres for 'UCB Live.' When will this footage see the light of day?
om2193 wrote:Hi Nate and John,
How could one get booked for stand-up or variety shows at UCBeast?
RenMcD wrote:Wanted to ask how it's determined who replaces Maude actors when people move to LA, get jobs, quit, etc. Is it based on the previous Maude auditions? Are there invitation-only private Maude auditions? Thanks so much. Ren
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